Rare Beatles promo 7” becomes most expensive single ever sold on Discogs

Rare Beatles promo 7” becomes most expensive single ever sold on Discogs

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An eye-wateringly pricey copy of their seminal first record.

A Parlophone demonstration (promo) 7″ for the Beatles’ ‘Love Me Do’ has become the most expensive single ever sold on Discogs, missing the all-time high for most expensive record ever sold on the site – a copy of Prince’s lost Black Album – by just $243.

Purchased for a whopping $14,757.00US (£11,250.00) this promotional single, which was originally released on 5th October 1962, is one of only 250 in existence.

The band’s first ever release, it features ‘Love Me Do’ on the A-Side, with ‘P.S. I Love You’ on the B-Side.

Watch the band performing ‘Love Me Do’ live in the video below.

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