Coach's Corner May 20, 2011 Auction: 11 Beatles Signed Albums, Photos & Other Items. Fake or Authentic?

The May 20th, 2011 Coach's Corner Auctions started about ten days ago.  They list approximately 4,000 items every four weeks. 

Contained within those 4,000 items each and every month are usually between 2-4 Beatles signed albums.  They are usually "authenticated" by either Chris Morales or Ted Taylor (Stat Authentic/TTA).

This month Scott Malack and Lee Trythall of Coach's Corner Auctions listed eleven (11) Beatles signed items.   Five (5) are "authenticated" by Ted Taylor (Beatles autograph expert?) and four (4) are "authenticated" by Chris Morales.  None are authenticated by any known Beatles experts and none are authenticated by PSA or JSA.

Everyone knows just how rare Beatles signed items are.  When I write "rare" I mean very, very rare.   Below are all eleven (11) Beatles signed items.   

1.  Lot Number 13:  Beatles signed concert poster "authenticated" by Ted Taylor (Stat Authentic).


2.  Lot Number 18:  Beatles signed 8X10 "authenticated" by Ted Taylor (TTA).


3.  Lot Number 28:  Beatles signed 8X10 "authenticated" Ted Taylor (Stat Authentic).


4.  Lot Number 640:  Beatles signed photo "authenticated" by Chris Morales.


5.  Lot Number 641:  Beatles signed 8X10 "authenticated" by Ted Taylor (Stat Authentic).


6.  Lot Number 952:  Beatles signed dollar bill "authenticated" by Chris Morales.


7.  Lot Number 954:  "All You Need Is Love" lyric sheet "authenticated" by Chris Morales.


8.  Lot Number 1000:  Beatles signed album "authenticated" by "Authentic Memorabilia Appraisals.


9.  Lot Number 1002:  Beatles signed album.  No COA.


10. Lot Number 1141:  Beatles signed "Promotional Picture Card."  "Authenticated" by Chris Morales.


11. Lot Number 707:  Beatles signed poster.  "Authenticated" by Ted Taylor (Stat Authentic).


I'm hoping that Mr. Malack and Mr. Trythall can tell us how certain they are of the authenticity of the aforementioned eleven (11) Beatles signed items. 

Not to mention the other various single-signed or dual-signed items from either Paul, John, George or Ringo.




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Comment by BallroomDays67 on May 1, 2011 at 3:28pm
The Ed Sullivan Show commemorative poster, which is described as being original, is particularly outrageous. How old can the poster possibly be? The lot also includes "concert passes", which implies that they were saved along with the "original" poster. What would be the value of just the passes alone? Incredibly, they apparently didn't see any need to include a picture of them.
Comment by Richard S. Simon on May 2, 2011 at 4:08am

Wow!! Bet these 11 lots will bring at least $100 each :).

Way to go Lee and Scott, keep this garbage coming.

Karma is a bitch.

Comment by Steve Zarelli on May 3, 2011 at 1:07pm

If you had an authentic Beatles item, would you consign it to a prestigious auction house known for deep pocketed bidders or would you consign it to an auction house known for attaining rock-bottom hammer prices?


Let's assume there may be someone who would prefer the latter -- someone who wants to get as little for their rare and valuable item as possible. Now, what are the odds there are 11 such people in any one given month?

Comment by Richard S. Simon on May 3, 2011 at 1:35pm

They should actually put this junk on those auction sites that are selling the garbage Williams, DiMaggio and Mantle autographs. And now those sites are selling (at rock,rock bottom prices) much more than that.

They may as well get into this junk too.

Karma is a bitch.

Comment by Jim Cushman on September 17, 2012 at 4:01pm

To pathetic to even comment on...their Beatles"autographs" are crap!!!


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