April 28, 2015 Record of the Day

Beattles (t)Please-Please-Me-promoPlease-Please-Me-ps
In 1964 Vee Jay records released the Beatles 45 “Please Please Me.” Regular copies sell up to $50.00. But some copies show the Beatles’ name misspelled with an extra “T” as shown here in the picture on far right, jumping the value up to $1,000.00. Promo copies, shown here on the far left, with correct spelling, are up to $1,000.00 as well. The picture sleeve that reads “The Record That Started Beatlemania” is worth up to $1,500.00 by itself.

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