The Beatles Autographs from 1965 signed page

Genuine The Beatles Autographs from 1965 signed page. Autograph book containing the signatures of John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.

The Beatles Autographs from 1965 signed page

The autograph book came from the lady Margaret, who’s father was a local driver for artists playing at the concert hall. The Autographs signed on the 1st August 1965. By John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr for the driver who took them to the venue.

Again, signatures signed by all in black ballpoint pen. Came with letter from the driver’s daughter Margaret (who the autographs are dedicated to in the hand of John). Newspaper cut out from 2nd Aug 1965 telling about the show and showing the driver with The Beatles Autographs. Also in the book are autographs from; Vera Lynn, Tom Jones. Bob Monkhouse, Jimmy Clitheroe, Matt Monroe. Richard Todd, Stubby Kaye. Donald Pleasence. Sammy Bernstein and more.

This set of Autographs sold for £3200 in 2022

Known as the Blackpool Night Out. The 1st August 1965 is when The Beatles made one television appearance in Britain to promote the Help! album. Other shows had to run pre-recorded clips instead.

Blackpool Night Out was made by ABC TV, and filmed at the ABC Theatre in Blackpool. Shown by all but one of the ITV companies across the UK, in a live broadcast between 9.10pm and 10.05pm.

The Beatles performed ‘I Feel Fine’, ‘I’m Down’, ‘Act Naturally’. And ‘Ticket To Ride’, before Paul McCartney sang ‘Yesterday’ on his own. Also, the first time the song performed on British television.

The group closed with ‘Help!’, following John Lennon’s tongue-in-cheek announcement to McCartney: “Thank you Ringo, that was wonderful”.

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John Lennon Paul McCartney Document Signed 1975

Genuine John Lennon and Paul McCartney Document Signed 1975. Document signed by the two Beatles John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney.

John Lennon and Paul McCartney Document Signed 1975

Document Signed, “John Lennon” in black pen and “Paul McCartney,” in blue, three pages, 8 x 13, February 11, 1975. Contract between Maclen Music Limited and Jackwill S. A., with the latter agreeing to “procure or provide such services for the purpose of promoting the MML Catalogue of musical compositions and placement with recording artists of musical compositions owned by MML” for a period of four years. Approved and signed at the conclusion in blue ballpoint by McCartney and in black ballpoint by Lennon. Countersigned by J. W. Clement on behalf of Maclen Music and by R. D. A Wills on behalf of Jackwill S. A.

Documents signed by more than one member of The Beatles is rare and highly collectible. They are many dealers who will only purchase signed documentation or cheques as they are genuinely less worried about authenticity. The most sought after being all 4 Beatles alongside Brian Epstein.

This item sold for $15,600 in August 2022

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John Lennon Typed Letter Signed with Self Portrait Sketch 1974

Genuine John Lennon Typed Letter Signed with Self Portrait Sketch 1974. Signed by The Beatles legend John Lennon in blue marker pen, drawing his self portrait.

John Lennon Typed Letter Signed with Self Portrait Sketch 1974

TLS signed “John,” with added self-portrait sketch, one page, 8.5 x 11, August 1, 1974. Letter sent to Native American guitarist Jesse Ed Davis, in full (spelling and grammar retained): “dear (h)ed, and patti, glad you enjoyed. thanx for offer. I’ll probably have done most of it by the time you get this! elton came and sang (and played great piano/organ) on ‘whatever gets you through the night.’ i used the original take by the way, we never played it as well again. its ruff, but cooks! hes some musician old elton j!

Hand signed Letter from John Lennon

Letters from Lennon remain uncommon and highly sought after. With this example all the more interesting given its various associations to the production. Of his fifth studio album Walls and Bridges. The recipient, Jesse Ed Davis, a member of Taj Mahal’s backing band who performed guitar. On the album and on its 1975 follow-up Rock ‘n’ Roll, also played on albums by George Harrison and Ringo Starr before passing away in 1988. “De nurse” is a reference to May Pang, Lennon’s partner during his fabled ‘Lost Weekend.’ Who sang backup vocals on the album and was an inspiration for the song. ‘Surprise Surprise (Sweet Bird of Paradox),’ which also featured harmony vocals by Elton John.

Who, as Lennon explains, played piano on the album’s second track, ‘Whatever Gets You thru the Night.’ Lennon reflected on the John cameo in an interview with Rolling Stone. ‘Elton sort of popped in on the sessions for Walls and Bridges. Also, sort of zapped in and played the piano and ended up singing ‘Whatever Gets You Thru the Night’ with me. Which was a great shot in the arm. I’d done three quarters of it, ‘Now what do we do?’ Should we put a camel on it or a xylophone? That sort of thing. And he came in and said, ‘Hey, I’ll play some piano!’”

This item sold for $24,000 in June 2022

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John Lennon Signed ‘Let It Be’ Album with Original Sketches

Authentic John Lennon Signed ‘Let It Be’ Album with Original Sketches. Let It Be inner album sleeve signed by Lennon to his Japanese language teacher.

John Lennon Signed ‘Let It Be’ Album with Original Sketches

Amazing Let It Be first pressing album by the Beatles (Apple Records, AR 34001, Scranton). Signed and inscribed neatly on the inner album sleeve in black felt tip, “To Astrid mit lieben, John Lennon,” who adds “76” and draws two sketches. One of himself and another of a sheep standing on a cloud with the sun peaking out in the background. Below Lennon’s signature and drawings. Besdies, the recipient has inscribed the sleeve to her nephew, “and to David, with love, from Tante Astrid, IV. 1980.”

Lennon attended the Berlitz New York City Language Centre. Furthermore, in an attempt to learn Japanese soon after the birth of his son, Sean. Astrid, the recipient, was his instructor. According to Ray Coleman in his 1984 book John Ono Lennon. The sessions at the Manhattan language school lasted for two hours, three times a week: ‘The technique was…the complete immersion method with no English spoken. John also bought a series of cassettes. Much to Yoko’s chagrin he would attempt to practice on her…after two months of battling…he could manage only about forty words. He gave up after a brave try, much to Yoko’s relief.’

This item sold for $9000 in November 2022.

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George Harrison Signed 45 RPM Record Insert

Authentic George Harrison Signed 45 RPM Record Insert. Cardstock insert from the ‘Faster / Your Love Is Forever’ 45 RPM picture disc, signed in blue felt tip by George Harrison.

George Harrison Signed 45 RPM Record Insert

“Faster” is a song by English rock artist George Harrison from his 1979 studio album of the same name. The song inspired by Harrison’s year away from music in 1977, when he travelled with the Formula One World Championship. As well as his friendship with racing drivers like as Jackie Stewart and Niki Lauda. Although the lyrics are applicable to numerous professions. They focus on the difficulty of obtaining and maintaining success in motorsport, particularly Formula 1.

In the United Kingdom, “Faster” was released as George Harrison’s third single and offered on a picture disc. Featuring the portraits of numerous prior world champion drivers. The single raised funds for Gunnar Nilsson’s cancer research foundation, which he established in 1978. It also honoured Ronnie Peterson, Nilsson’s countryman who died as a result of injuries incurred during the 1978 Italian Grand Prix. Harrison recorded a video for the song. In which he sings the song in the back of a car driven by Stewart.

This item sold for $1700 in January 2023

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Brain Epstein signed Memorabilia The Beatles Autographs

Brian Epstein signed Memorabilia The Beatles Autographs

Genuine signed autographs from The Beatles Manager Brian Epstein. Signed The Beatles Memorabilia.

Brian Samuel Epstein (19 September 1934 – 27 August 1967) was a British music entrepreneur who managed the Beatles from 1962 until his death in 1967.

Epstein, raised in Liverpool by a prominent business family, who appointed him manager of their music store, where he had a penchant for finding talent. In 1961, he first encountered the Beatles during a Cavern Club lunchtime performance in Liverpool. Epstein put them under contract and urged that they give up their scruffy image in favour of a new clean-cut look, despite the fact that he had no prior experience managing artists. Additionally, he tried to sign the Beatles to a recording contract; eventually, EMI’s Parlophone label offered them a deal.

Brian Epstein Autographs

The Beatles became well-known worldwide in a matter of months. Epstein travelled with them to the US, where he inundated with requests for merchandise. But he had already given away 90% of the rights. Under his leadership, a few of Epstein’s other early findings had also flourished. They comprised Tommy Quickly, Cilla Black, The Big Three, Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and Tommy Quickly. At the age of 32, he passed away from an accidental barbiturate overdose in 1967.

Signed Memorabilia Brian Epstein The Beatles

Harrison once claimed that the MBE stood for “Mister Brian Epstein,” but Epstein was disappointed that he was not recognised with Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and Starr when they earned the MBE in 1965; The Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham and Epstein were both admitted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014, but not without controversy. Oldham chose not to attend in part because he felt that a joint induction was an insult. The Beatles were among the initial inductees into the Hall.

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