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The Most Valuable Beatles Collectibles

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The Beatles are one of the most iconic and influential bands in the history of music, and their memorabilia is highly sought after by collectors around the world. The value of Beatles collectibles can vary widely based on factors such as rarity, condition, historical significance, age (with oldest items typically worth the most as with many collectibles) and the demand among collectors. The value of such collectibles can fluctuate based on market demand, condition, provenance, and other factors, however. The following are examples of some of the more valuable Beatles collectibles along with approximate prices as available through 2022. Prices...

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10 Highest RIAA Gold/Platinum Record Sales: $91K Anyone? Updated Sept. 2023

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Check out this list of the top 10 highest prices attained by RIAA awards in the marketplace. These pieces of music memorabilia have clearly become very popular with collectors.

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History of The Beatles Book: Fab 4 Time Capsules From 1963 On

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The Beatles Book was a series of magazines about the Beatles that was published from 1963 through 2003, which some interruptions along the way. The magazines contained photos and stories of the group from its earliest days and helped drive the mania that surrounded the Beatles as their popularity grew. The publication was founded in 1963 by Sean O'Mahony (1932-2020), who had worked in the music business since the 1950s after first running a coffee bar. By the early 1960s he had become the advertising manager at Pop Weekly, which was a magazine published by Robert Stigwood (who later went on to sign the...

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Authenticity: 5 Tips For Autograph Buyers

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Arm yourself with some tips to avoid getting duped when buying autographed items. Find out ways to determine if something you are interested in is, in fact, real...

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Who Was Awarded The First Gold Record?

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Who captured the first music industry gold record? Well, it depends on which type of gold record you're talking about. The earliest gold records were given out by recording companies who wanted to recognize and celebrate the achievements of artists whose music they had released. It's commonly thought that the first of these was awarded by RCA Victor's imprint Bluebird Records to Glenn Miller and His Orchestra in February 1942 to celebrate the sale of over 1 million copies of their single "Chattanooga Choo Choo":  That said, there were probably many other such awards created around this period and certainly many more when Elvis...

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