Beatles Memorabilia Price Guideby Jeff Augsburger, Rick Rann, Marty Eck
The phenomenon of the Fab Four lives on. In this meticulously compiled guide, now in its third edition, readers will find a history of the group, an introduction to memorabilia and the art of collecting, and tips on how to use the book for both
This updated documents current values, expands listings, and illustrates significant and hard-to-find Beatles collectibles
The phenomenon of the Fab Four lives on. In this meticulously compiled guide, now in its third edition, readers will find a history of the group, an introduction to memorabilia and the art of collecting, and tips on how to use the book for both pleasure and profit.
Beatles Memorabilia Price Guide answers questions such as the following for serious collectors, Beatles fans, and anyone interested in pop culture: What would that set of Beatles Nodder Dolls bobbing around the closet shelf sell for? Is retirement possible on the proceeds from the sale of that Yellow Submarine animation cel stashed away in the trunk? Would anybody actually buy that Beatles cake decorating kit sitting at the back of the kitchen drawer? Or the set of four delicate blown-glass Christmas tree ornaments?
Profusely illustrated, Beatles Memorabilia Price Guide identifies important and rare pieces, and also lists copies and fakes. The book features more than 1,000 items divided into nearly 20 categories including clothing, accessories, and jewelry; concert tickets and programs; dishes and glassware; musical instruments; pennants and posters; buttons, pins, and badges; school supplies; toys, games, and crafts; trading cards; books, magazines, and sheet music; collectibles tied to one of the Beatles movies; Apple Records memorabilia; and items only available to official fan clubs.
This third edition features expanded descriptions, updated values, and additional photographs.
- Krause Publications
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- 8.51(w) x 10.82(h) x 0.45(d)
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I've been collecting for 22 years. My first book was the first one on the subject put out by Barbara F in the early '80s. The other books on Beatles memorabilia are a rip-off. They're all incomplete and contain reproductions listed as real! Don't trust them...