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The only known fully signed Beatles "White Album"...(so far)... is going up for auction on November 22, 2013.at TRACKS
Auctions in the UK.This US stereo copy is appraised at $96,504 to $128,637.The signatures are thought to be from 1973-1974...
There's actually a second fully signed White Album, which was previously posted in another thread.
Here comes a record breaker.
TRACKS is now providing an auction service for Beatles autographs and memorabilia, which I think is cool. This will be the first auction they will do. I also read that they are still looking for consignments.
I hadn't seen any other John doodles from '73, but the ones I've seen from '74 are of John without Yoko.
Weighing in again, I just noticed these are scans for different LPs...I hadn't noticed the message saying the larger scan was for a different LP. Does it strike anyone as extremely odd that two LPs would have almost identical signatures on them...right down to the signature placements and doodles? (The only difference is that the Harrison and Starr are in different positions.) Not only would it be extremely hard to get all four Beatles signatures on this album after the group broke up, it would be next-to-impossible to duplicate the results on these two LPs unless they were obtained by the same person at the same time. The alternate explanation is that they could, of course, be forgeries.
I thought the same thing Mark Janovec.
It appears to me that the signatures were obtained on three different occasions. I believe that George and Ringo signed at the same time, hence the reversed placement of their signatures. They probably signed in the early 70's. Next, John signed both albums in December of '73. Finally, Paul signed both in '74. This is just my opinion.
I love when there are observant folks out there like Mark. Interesting questions he posed!
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