A signed copy of the Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album has smashed estimates by pulling in $290,500 at an auction.
The record, autographed by every member of the Fab Four, stunned experts by exceeding its expected price of $110,000 in pre-sale bidding a week before the auction in Texas, and it finally sold on Saturday for nearly 10 times its initial $30,000 estimate.
The album was sold to an anonymous buyer during the Heritage Auctions event in Dallas. The previous record for a signed Beatles album cover was set at $150,000 which was paid for a copy of "Meet the Beatles."
The boys sank all their money into Sgt. Pepper.
Didnt know if it was going to fly.
Ist time anyone put a symphony and rock band together
Look What Happened.
Monumental musical history.
ITS GETTING BETTER ALL THE TIME.
in all the types of music on the planet, nobody has heard of everybody in every field, i.e. rock, classical, country, jazz, hip-hop funk, punk, blues etc. --- --- --- -- --- ---
but there isnt ANYbody
who hasnt heard or liked THE BEATLES at some point in their life.
EVERYONE plays the BEATLES .even elevator's.
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