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Old 02-27-2021, 11:10 AM
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Default High end Beatles collectors?

Does anyone collect higher end Beatles stuff? Was wondering your thoughts on the market. Iíve always wanted to collect a few choice items, but I donít see a lot of appreciation over the years. Seems stagnant. Maybe Iím totally wrong about that. Any thought appreciated.
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Old 02-27-2021, 05:48 PM
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I love the Beatles and have all their music on CD and have some of their early albums on vinyl, but I've never collected concert tickets or other Beatles related items. Show us some of your collection. I know I'd like to see it.
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I've got the 1988 roll top CD collection and most of the LPs, but nothing really serious.

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Not a Beatles collector but if I had to make a guess I'd say there will be a deluge of collectables hitting the market in the future as baby boomers get rid of it. Not sure next generations will have the connection. That said, top quality and rare items are always good, the kitsch stuff not so much
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Let me ask my cousin. He was a rock and roll collector and has sold away most of his stuff. But we all know collectors never retire.

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Cards but not memorabilia.
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Peter, those are very cool.

As far as this generation or next generation, I don't see the Beatles' music fading into history too quickly. Just too prolific with music that will be discovered and re-discovered for a long time. I think they are on another level by themselves. Stuff like Elvis and even Frank Sinatra has (or will) wane in interest, but the Beatles have such a broad of work I think they will be listened to 100 years from now.

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I think they are on another level by themselves. Stuff like Elvis and even Frank Sinatra has (or will) wane in interest, but the Beatles have such a broad of work I think they will be listened to 100 years from now.
Personally, with how diverse kids music tastes are, I think Elvis and Sinatra will be fine, especially since both transcended music into movies and tv. But the Beatles are big.

My cousin didn't really answer about the movement of the market for Beatles memorabilia. But he did say if you are interested to look up the record store 4000 HOLES in Spokane. The owner is Bob Gallagher, and according to my cousin his name is meaningful in the music field. I asked again about the market, maybe he will answer my question more directly this time.

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My cousin responded that he hasn't bought in a while. What he knows is that for rock memorabilia the top group is KISS. He said if you have KISS items "you will blow the roof off."

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Interesting. Was never a fan, but I see the logic there. KISS people are maniacal about the group.


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Are High Grade 1964 Hallmark Premium Edition Beatles stamps worth anything?

I have

Ringo Starr BVG 9.5

The Beatles BVG 9.5

John Lennon BVG 9

Who knows? They might be available.
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