The Beatles, made up of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison, is arguably one of the best-selling musical acts of all time and became a cult favourite since their debut in 1960. Apart from making over 600 million sales from their best-selling records, The Beatles also produced a range of toys and merchandise which further iconised their band. Today, some of these memorabilias are highly collectable and continue to be sold in auctions as part of their enduring legacy.
In this Beatles Memorabilia collection, the selection of exhibits will chart and document The Beatles’ journey of fame and their continued legacy through their media highlights, vinyl records, print collaterals, limited edition toys, as well as their novelty merchandises.
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PENNY LANE SIGNAGE
Did you know autographed Beatles memorabilia are valued up to $200,000 these days? This is a Galan tin-made street name sign for ‘Penny Lane’ autographed by Paul McCartney of the Beatles.
Penny Lane was a street in Liverpool England, famous by The Beatles song of that name, released in 1967 and band members John Lennon and Paul McCartney used to meet at Penny Lane to catch a bus into town!