Wednesday, 9 November 2016

BEATLES MEMORABILIA TO BE AUCTIONED IN DALLAS THIS WEEKEND

The auction offers an impressive collection of items for collectors and music lovers. The sale features the 1969 Gibson Hummingbird Acoustic Guitar that Janis Joplin owned and used to arrange and record her classic anthem, Me and Bobby McGee. The highlights include a roster of rare screen-worn costumes, outfits worn by rock stars and a wig worn by Marilyn Monroe. Apart from these Beatles memorabilia, collectors have the opportunity to acquire an Autographed First Pressing of P.S. I Love You/Love Me Do 45.  Top lots of this Beatles sale are:
*Beatles Yesterday and Today sealed Livingston first state mono "Butcher Cover" LP, released on July 20, 1966, by Capitol Records, Yesterday and Today was the ninth US Beatles release from the company, its title given based on the inclusion of the hit "Yesterday." Estimate: US$ 22,000
*An extremely rare Beatles autographed first pressing of "P.S. I Love You/Love Me Do" 45 (Parlophone, 1962), signed on the "B" side (P.S. I Love You) label in black ballpoint "John Lennon xxx/ Paul McCartney/George Harrison/Ringo Starr xx". Estimate: US$ 20,000

What: Auction of Entertainment & Music Memorabilia
Where: Heritage Auctions, 3500 Maple Avenue, 17th Floor Dallas, Texas 75219
When: Nov 12, 10am CT (Signature® Floor Session), Nov 12, 12pm CT (Signature® Floor Session), Nov 12, 3.30pm (Signature® Floor Session), Nov 12, 5.30pm (Signature® Internet Session)

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