Beatles/Roy Orbison autographed programme is for sale in Cheshire, UK
This 1963 programme is autographed by each of the Fab Four and will auction in Cheshire on Saturday
Paul Fraser Collectibles, Monday 20 February 2012
Appearing for sale alongside Elvis Presley's tooth - or, rather, a spare veneer made for the singer - is this set of four Beatles autographs on a signed page.
It is auctioning this Saturday (February 25) in Stockport, Cheshire, UK and carries a £3,000-4,000 estimate.
The page is the second of a programme first released in 1963, in which the Fab Four starred with fellow '60s music legend Roy Orbison. It is described as being "in excellent condition".
As well as bearing large and clear blue ballpoint signatures by John, Paul, George and Ringo this memorabilia piece also has good provenance.
These signatures were personally obtained by the seller in Nottingham on 23 May, 1963. The programme is in excellent condition and its authenticity has been confirmed by The Beatles Market Place.
Considering that Beatles signed photographs can bring as much as £24,000 on the markets (their value went up by 6.67% over the past 11 years) this piece could be something of a bargain for collectors.
Better still, you can buy rare Beatles autographs for even less. Like this Ringo Starr lone autograph on a picture of the Fab Four. We have it for sale priced at just £950 - and Ringo memorabilia is a great way for collectors to acquire genuine Beatles collectibles at lower prices.
Or from one icon to another... Like 'The Greatest' Muhammad Ali, who posed for this photograph with The Beatles during the latter's Beatlemania heyday. The photograph was taken on February 18 1964 at Ali's training camp, and then autographed by the fighter.
Believe it or not, this piece could be yours for just £1,950. Click here to find out more.
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