The top 10 most valuable Beatles records this year





Mighty John Marshall of has revealed the top ten most valuable Beatles records in a recent radio feature with local US radio station K-EARTH 101.

If there’s one thing more reliable than a dour British summer, it’s the price of a Beatles record. Consistently among the most valuable records in the world, Liverpool’s most enduring export have continued to rake in big bucks in 2013, after a signed copy of Sgt. Pepper was sold for a purse-pinching $290,500 earlier this year.

Following the news early last week that a rare demo of “Love Me Do” sold for $10,000 at auction, the K-EARTH 101 Morning Show invited rare record specialist Mighty John Marshall to talk them through then ten most collectable Beatles records of 2013, with a 1964 7″ of “Anna”/”Ask Me Why” on Vee Jay Records setting the pace at $30,000. Check out the list below and start clearing out your auntie’s attic. [via K-EARTH 101]

1965 Capitol LP- “Rubber Soul” (mono): $750

1969 Capitol 45- “Day Tripper” (red & white label): $1,000

1964 Capitol 45- “Can’t Buy me Love” w/picture sleeve: $1,000

1968 Savage LP- “Savage Young Beatles” (yellow label orange cover): $1,500

1964 Vee Jay LP- “Songs, Pictures, and Stories” (gatefold cover): $2,500

1964 Vee Jay LP- “Beatles vs the Four Seasons” (stereo): $5,000

1964 Vee Jay LP- “The Beatles and Frank Ifield” (cover pictures Beatles): $9,000

1962 Decca 45- “My Bonnie” (as Tony Sheridan & the Beat Brothers): $12,000

1966 Capitol LP- “Yesterday and Today” (stereo “Butcher” cover): $15,000

1964 Vee Jay 45- “Anna”/ “Ask Me Why”: $30,000