Beatles signed "White Album" up for sale at auction...

The only known fully signed Beatles "White Album"...(so far)... is going up for auction on November 22, 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...

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Comment by Greig McArthur on October 20, 2013 at 6:52am

Very interesting comments.

Comment by Alexander Mehl on November 5, 2013 at 11:57am

The story goes like this: Once upon a time there are two brothers living in a little village in New Jersey an both are unbelievable big fans of The Beatles. One day they decided to travel around the world to meet all four guys to get a complete set of autographs.  They only took two items of the White Album onto the long journey due to oversize and weights having problems at the customs and airports possibly. Before start both denied to ask for autographs only meeting the Beatles sitting anywhere to get clean, readable and complete written-out signatures. (Incomplete sigs and written in hurry or similar situations will refused!). A big deal was the meeting with John Lennon asking to add a doodle with his beloved wife Yoko and he did twice, knowing that there was a break at that time. The guys from N.J. didn't realize that both doodles once would be the rarest ever of 1973. After completing the 2 sets they went home again and they lived happily ever after.....

Comment by Alexander Mehl on November 5, 2013 at 12:14pm

Another funny story just found at the same auction of TRACKS and don't want to comment. Maybe you find the difference between the two photos:


And TRACKS Auction:

A 1989 re-issue of Paul McCartney’s 1976 album Wings At The Speed Of Sound that has been signed on the front cover by Paul McCartney in blue felt tipped pen. Unusually Paul McCartney has signed his full name “James Paul McCartney”. The felt tipped pen did not take to the high gloss sleeve too well which has resulted in some slight ink loss in places. The sleeve has pin holes in each corner. Condition is very good.

Estimate £500 to £600

Comment by Chad B on November 5, 2013 at 10:00pm

What a rarity someone helped Paul to create.


Comment by Peter C. on November 6, 2013 at 5:24am

That description is just.... false.

Comment by Alexander Mehl on November 6, 2013 at 5:31am

On the website of Tracks you'll find this company: I think it means nothing....

Comment by Chad B on November 6, 2013 at 6:29am

As with photography, you can no longer trust your eyes.

Comment by wascher on November 6, 2013 at 6:35am

On the one where the "To" is now missing, if you blow that one up, it looks to me like the To was there, and maybe someone was trying to remove the personal inscription??  (probably wasn't working as well as they thought so maybe stopped??? - there is a tinge of blue ink left where the "o" was)  I don't know that for sure though, just making an observation.

Comment by Alexander Mehl on November 6, 2013 at 6:57am

That's what I mean! A serious dealer has to check autographs and writings in a professional way and it's inexplicable they didn't notice the additional blue signs or marks. The question is who tried to remove the "To". I have two ideas.... 

Comment by wascher on November 6, 2013 at 7:54am

Well honestly, if I owned a piece - and it was personalized, if I could get it off without it showing up, I would too (unless it was to my name lol) 


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