Beatles fans wouldn’t want to miss this auction!
A wide collection of rare Beatles memorabilia such as vinyl records, letters and photos will be up for sale in Paris on Saturday, according to news reports.
60-year-old collector and longtime Beatles fan Jacques Volcouve, who started his collection in 1967, is auctioning off about 332 Beatles items to fund his retirement.
Some of the most coveted items include Tony Sheridan and the Beatles 7: My Bonnie, with signatures by Paul McCartney and George Harrison, fetching an estimated price of $6,450 to $10,740.
Other must-grab paraphernalia include several of 11 alternate cover photos for the Grammy-winning Sergeant Pepper Lonely Hearts Club album, fetching at 10,000 euros to 15,000 euros.
A writer, Volcouve also received thank you letters from George and Ringo Starr in 1976 for articles he has written.
These could cost up to 3,000 euros each.
Other items include Fab Four dolls, an “authentic Beatle wig”, as well as a Yoko Ono/John Lennon wedding album box and posters.