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Product Code OSM468

1963 UK Newspaper Display Poster (or Billboard) for the Donald Zec newspaper interview with the Beatles for the UK national daily newspaper 'Daily Mirror'. Published over two days on the 8th & 9th September 1963. 
Headline entitled:
'The Big Beat Craze'. 
Ink on thin paper measuring approx  29½" x 19½".
Has three horizontal and one vertical fold line. There is one small hole where the folds meet in the center of the poster. There are a couple of short tears (approx ½" long) along the folds at the extreme edges. Each corner has tape stain residue and the top left has a small triangular piece torn away. There is some mild general overall marking and yellowing.
The B/W picture and the red & black text are still vivid and bold against the white background.
VG+ Condition

NOTE: These posters were designed to be displayed for one day or evening only. They were then discarded, and usually destroyed, in readiness for the next days news.


£250

 

 

Product Code OSM478

Circa 1964 UK Newspaper Display Poster (or Billboard) for the London Evening News. Headline entitled: 'The Beatles Special Signed Drawing in Todays'. 
Ink on thin paper measuring approx 29½" x 19½".
Has three horizontal and three vertical fold lines. 
There is some yellowing in a few isolated areas and a short tear on the right edge. 
The red & black text are still vivid and bold against the white background.
VG/EX Condition

NOTE: These posters were designed to be displayed for one day or evening only. They were then discarded, and usually destroyed, in readiness for the next days news.


£150

 

 

Product Code OSM479

Circa 1964 UK Newspaper Display Poster (or Billboard) for the London News and Star (to later change to the London Evening Standard and later still amalgamate with the London Evening News). 
Headline entitled: 'Get With The Beatles'. 
Ink on thin paper measuring approx 27½" x 19½".
Has three horizontal and three vertical fold lines. 
There is some yellowing. There is a tear (approx 2" long) down from the top edge, and one very short tear at right edge near the top. 
The red & black text are still vivid and bold against the white background.
VG/EX Condition

NOTE: These posters were designed to be displayed for one day or evening only. They were then discarded, and usually destroyed, in readiness for the next days news.


£250

 

 

Product Code OSM960

Circa 1965 Shop Display Poster for the UK magazine, Showtime. In full colour, blank on the back. The front has a light sheen finish, the back is matt. It is advertising that week (or months) publication which includes a souvenir picture edition of the Beatles film 'Help'. Measures 30" x 20". It has been folded once vertically and three times horizontally, there are no splits to the fold lines. There is some mild surface crumpling, some mild wear to the edges and mild yellowing and foxing in a few isolated areas. 
Overall in VG/EX Condition.

NOTE: These posters were designed to be displayed for one day or evening only. Few have survived as they were discarded and usually destroyed in readiness for the next edition.


£300

 

 

Product Code OSM728

 

 

Subbuteo six sided (folded to form three pages) price list leaflet for products issued October 1964. Includes a full page for the Beatles Subbuteo figures. Each page measures approx 8½" x 5½". Fully open measures approx 16½" x 8½".
In EX+ Condition with some mild creasing along the top edges. No splitting to the folds or spines.


£125

 

 

Product Code OSM787

UK Poster dating from circa 1965 for a Beatles 'Help' competition in an edition of 'Woman' a UK weekly Magazine for women.
Measures approx just under 20" x just under 30" (504mm x 757mm).
Condition is VG+. There is some very minor wear to the edges and a few mild small spots of foxing in a few isolated places. At the top right corner there is a short crease and some staining. It also has 5 horizontal factory produced fold lines.
A very rare original UK item advertising a Beatles competition for and from the time they made 'Help', their second film.


£300

 


 

Product Code OSM809

 

Original two page  TV Transcript from a BBC TV Show entitled 'Gyrate and Exclaim' that was transmitted on 19th October 1963. This is the original duplicate copy from 1963 (not a later reproduction) most likely produced on a Roneo Cylinder Copier.

It is a humorous script sending up the Beatles singing 'Twist and Shout' on a BBC TV Show. Written by David Cumming (who also wrote part of the script for the Beatles 1963 Christmas Shows at the Astoria Theatre) & Bernard Mattimore.
Pages measure approx 13" x 8".

Note: Comes from the Estate of the late Peter Yolland (Producer of both Beatles Christmas Shows 1963/64 & 1964/65) and includes a copy of a letter of provenance from Peter Yolland's niece who was a beneficiary of his will

SOLD

 


 

Product Code OSM810

 

A very rare, authentic, full and comprehensive 1963 original duplicate copy (not a later reproduction), most likely produced on a Roneo Cylinder Copier, of a proposed six page typed script for the 1963/64 Beatles Christmas Shows, Astoria Theatre, Finsbury Park. 
Entitled: BEATLES CHRISTMAS SHOW by David Cummings.

Not known which, if any, ideas were used in the shows, but still a very rare item owned and kept by Peter Yolland for 50 years after the shows so it must have had some influence or relevance.

Pages measure approx 13" x 8" and have been stapled together at the top left corner.
Condition is EX/NM with mild yellowing.

Note: Comes from the Estate of the late Peter Yolland (Producer of both Beatles Christmas Shows 1963/64 & 1964/65) and includes a copy of a letter of provenance from Peter Yolland's niece who was a beneficiary of his will

 £150

 


 

Product Code OSM987

 

A very rare, authentic, full and comprehensive 1963 original duplicate copy (not a later reproduction), most likely produced on a Roneo Cylinder Copier, of a two page typed list of the opening sequence running order for the 1963/64 Beatles Christmas Shows, Astoria Theatre, Finsbury Park. 
Entitled: BEATLES CHRISTMAS SHOW 1963 1st Draft - OPENING SEQUENCE Devised and Produced by Peter Yolland. 

There are three columns across the top:
SOUND   SETTING/ACTION   LIGHTING Beneath each column are instructions. 
The first instruction under SOUND reads: 
'Trumpet Fanfare (stereo recording)' followed by another ten instructions ending with 'And as the star-packed S.S. Beatle continues to disembark its passengers we meet (B.K.s play entry chord' as the Beatles disembark from the helicopter called the S.S. Beatle.

The first instruction under SETTING/ACTION reads: 'House tabs open to reveal gauze curtains' followed by another ten instructions ending with 'Enters thru helicopter takes bow C, exits L'.

The first instruction under LIGHTING reads: 
'F.O.H. spots (white) circle searchlight fashion over entire proscenium' followed by another seven instructions ending with 'No.2 FOH picks up D.D. in helicopter and brings him down centre for bow, before taking him to group and then cutting off'.

There are three areas of alterations on the first page handwritten in red ball point ink pen. Although we now know that a Helicopter was used for the opening sequence, it apparently was not decided upon until later as this 1st Draft indicates with 'Helicopter' twice crossed through and hurriedly replaced in red ink with 'Flying Saucer'. 
A third alteration concerns the 20 second film clip (which was kept in the shows) with 'Modern Jet Aircraft such as Caravelles, Boeing 707 etc' crossed through and hurriedly replaced in red ink with 'Wright Brothers type aircraft'. The 20 second film sequence showing an old Wright Brothers type aircraft was actually the one chosen for the show.

Pages measure approx 13" x 8" and have been stapled together at the top left corner. Paper has aged and yellowed considerably light surface wear and nibbling to the edges and corners. The staple is badly rusted causing rust stains to the paper in the immediate area.

Note: Come from the Estate of the late Peter Yolland (Producer of both Beatles Christmas Shows 1963/64 & 1964/65) and includes a copy of a letter of provenance from Peter Yolland's niece who was a beneficiary of his will

 £250

 


 

Product Code OSM1019

 

A very rare, authentic, full and comprehensive 1963 original duplicate copy (not a later reproduction), most likely produced on a Roneo Cylinder Copieof the typed script as used and performed in the 1963/64 Beatles Christmas Shows, Astoria Theatre, Finsbury Park. 
Entitled: 'WHAT A NIGHT' By Peter Yolland and Ireland Cutter 

The 'What A Night' sketch was a very silly and typical British Pantomime with the Beatles dressed up in silly costumes. They did not actually speak (could not be heard over the screaming so no point). Instead large lit captions were shown behind them. The sketch lasted 4 minutes and was performed in the first half of the show, between The Fourmost and The Dakotas.

Under the title are the characters with a description of how each was dressed. 
'The Snowman' (Ringo), 'Sir Jasper' (John), 'Ermyntrude' (George) and 'Handsome Hero' (Paul).

There are three columns with an  instruction for each part of the plot, of which there are 24. Caption/Slide/Tape     Action        Lime Plot 

Pages measure approx 13" x 8" and have been stapled together at the top left corner. Paper has aged and yellowed considerably light surface wear and nibbling to the edges and corners. The staple is badly rusted causing rust stains to the paper in the immediate area. There are multiple areas of alterations and additions on both pages handwritten in red and blue ball point ink pen, probably by Peter Yolland.

Note: Come from the Estate of the late Peter Yolland (Producer of both Beatles Christmas Shows 1963/64 & 1964/65) and includes a copy of a letter of provenance from Peter Yolland's niece who was a beneficiary of his will

 £350

 


 

Product Code OSM954


 

 

 

 

 


Original hand drawn artwork by Rolf Harris (presenter for the shows) which were submitted for approval to Peter Yolland (producer of the shows) for Beatles 1963 Christmas Shows at the Astoria Theatre, Finsbury Park. On plain clear tracing type paper with three drawings showing kangaroos and maps of Australia with three accompanying Rolf Harris signatures (measures approx 13" x 8") in black ink. VG condition with staining and some creasing and nibbling to the edges.

Note: Come from the Estate of the late Peter Yolland (Producer of both Beatles Christmas Shows 1963/64 & 1964/65) and includes a copy of a letter of provenance from Peter Yolland's niece who was a beneficiary of his will

 £50

 


 

Product Code OSM840

Beatles Sterling Silver Medal, issued in 1966 by Modern Metals Ltd, London and an Order Form for the Medal (the only way it could be purchased).
Also included is a Beatles Monthly No.32 into which the Order Forms were inserted.

The Medal and Order Form are both in Unused MINT Condition.
The Monthly is in EX/NM Condition with just minor surface wear.

Medal measures approx 40mm (1.5") diameter.

 

 


£150

 


 

Product Code OSM859

An original and extremely rare complete typed screenplay script which was used on set in the Beatles first film 'A Hard Days Night'.

It contains all original 108 (none missing) typed plain white pages bound in a blue outer paper folder and fixed with steel pins. A lot of the pages have alterations and annotations etc in black ink.
On the front cover Tommy has written his name at the top left corner and someone has written in blue ink all the Beatles first names. On the inside front cover it reads:
"The Beatles Screenplay by Alun Owen". At the bottom right corner is the film company name, address and phone number: 'Proscenium Films Ltd; Suite 9, 9 Hertford Street, LONDON WI.
HYDe Park 1816/7.
Someone has added in ink pen "A Hard Days Night" 1964 and the Beatles first names.
 On the inside back cover it has the name, address and phone number of the printer: 
Scripts Limited, 187a Wardour Street, LONDON W1. GERrard 2087/8. 

Apart from some mild wear around the edges of the first couple of pages and covers it is in Excellent and complete condition.

Note: This is an original 1964 typed screenplay script (not a copy or reproduction) as used on the film set of 'A Hard Day's Night' and as such is an important document and an extremely rare survivor. We do not know how many were originally typed or how many have survived but we have never seen another.


 £5,000

 

Product Code OSM774

 

 

Rare unofficial poster circa sold outside Beatles concerts circa 1963/64 by Joe Smith (JKS on the poster). 
It has a B/W image of each Beatle, taken on 4th October in the dressing room of Ready Steady Go by David Redfern, with first name printed in black beneath each. 
THE BEATLES is printed in blue across the top, and the Poster is bordered with a thick blue line.
Produced to last on very good quality heavy duty paper/thin card with a high gloss surface (similar to the gloss finish on a photograph) on the front. Matt white on the back. 
Measures approx 22" x 17¼" (56cm x 43.5cm). 
Printed along the bottom edge is: ©JKS (Joe Smith) and TWP London SW6 (printers).
It is rolled with no folds or creases. There is the very faintest evidence of tape residue (very small) at each extreme corner, but no other sign of displaying such as pinholes. There are a few very minor surface crumple lines (due to the nature of the thick glossy paper) in a few isolated areas, but no creases, tears or marks.
EX+ Condition

 £250

 

 

Product Code OSM936


Unused Flyer/Order Form for the Richard Avedon set of five posters issued through the Daily Express newspaper in the UK. It was a free insert inside the Beatles Monthly Book No.56 from March 1968. Two sided leaflet format, folded to give four sides. Approx 8" x 6" folded, and 8" x 12" opened.
Unused in almost Pristine NM+ Condition


SOLD

 


 

Product Code
FAN952

 

 

Flyer issued by the UK Fan Club for the July 1st 1969 issue ( No.72) of the Beatles Monthly Book. It advertises the Beatles new LP to be released in August. There is no year of issue on the flyer and the album title is not given. But it is for what would be called 'Let It Be', which was untitled at the time. However the article by Mal Evans in Beatles Monthly No.72 names the new album as 'Get Back', which of course it was not to be, and the release date was put back until 1970, after 'Abbey Road' was released in 1969, but recorded after 'Let It Be'. Very interesting part of the Beatles story at the end of their time together.
Printed one side only on thin green paper.

EX/NM with a tiny area of very mild creasing along the extreme bottom right edge (approx 40mm long x 5mm high) and the minutest of tears (approx 3mm long) on the extreme edge within the crease. No other marks or yellowing/foxing. Measures approx 9" x 6".


£75

 

 

Product Code OSM979

 


Unique (there is not another) original top copy of Paul McCartney's Royalty payments statement published by Northern Songs for the period July to December 1970 for the Lennon/McCartney Sgt Pepper album song 'With A Little Help From My Friends'. This is for the royalties due to Paul McCartney. John Lennon would have received a separate statement as co-writer. The sheet is full with 21 entries listing every payment and sales received and each individual payee, hand written in ink! (ah, the good old days).

Single sheet of paper measuring approx 11¼" x 7½". Blank on the reverse. This was intended for the bin, never to see the light of day again, but fortunately was rescued almost 50 years ago from its fate by some alert individual(s). 

It had been torn into quarters intended for disposal and has been put together with tape on the reverse. Apart from the repair it is in EX+ Condition with no other tears, creases or marks.

Note: Comes with a Perry Cox letter of authenticity

 

 

£250

 


 

Product Code OSM996

 

Two sided Certificate of Membership Card for the Apple Club (not Apple Records). This was part of the healthy eat an apple campaign as advocated by British dentists during the mid 1960s and is directly connected with the Beatles 'Dentist' posters. But this card rarely turns up and is much rarer than the poster which regularly do.
It includes the Beatles on one side as one of the the famous members of the club (along with many other pop stars of the day). Someone has added their name in blue ball point pen to both sides.

Printed in red, green, blue and white on thin card it measures approx 6" x 3½" (152mm x 88mm) and apart from some light yellowing it is in EX/NM Condition with no creases, tears or marks. 

 

 

SOLD

 

 


 

Product Code OSM1008

 

Original and authentic UK Shop Display 'White Album' poster. This is not the known format or dimensions with the additional panel and wording to the right side. This poster has almost certainly been trimmed down with the panel to the right side removed, and is being sold as such. It is however still a hugely important and rare poster.

Dimensions are 797mm x 543mm. Condition overall is VG/EX with some mild edge wear and some foxing to the edges on the reverse.  

 

 

£250

 

 


 

Product Code OSM1013

 

Very rare Shop Display Poster in full colour with a scene of Piccadilly Circus, London in 1964 which includes at its center the London Pavillion Theatre which at the time the photo was taken was showing the Premier of the Beatles first film 'A Hard Days Night'. This would probably have been displayed in a French travel agents window to entice people to visit London in the swinging '60s. This is a very rare photograph and possibly unique image of the London Pavillion with the Beatles in A Hard days Night writ large to the front of the building.

Along the bottom edge printed  in the center: 
10 - Picadilly (sic), to the left SIPAP Poitiers and to the right Poitiers BIG BEN Publications.

Printed on stiff card with a white border it has a gloss finish on the front and matt on the back. The back is plain white.
Measures approx 15"x 11¼"(38cm x 28.5cm).
Condition is EX+ with some mild surface creasing which does not adversely affect the picture and a very small almost insignificant pin hole to each corner where the photo meets the border. 
 

 

 

£350

 

 


 

Product Code OSM1016

 

Extremely rare UK promo poster circa 1964. It is not known who had these printed and where they they were produced, distributed and displayed, but were not given away by the Fan Club. 
It has a B/W image of each Beatle with full name printed in black beneath each. 
WANTED THE BEATLES 1964 is printed in red across the top, and has a thick red line set in from the edge, bordering the photos.
Printed on good quality white paper with a light sheen to both sides. 
Measures approx 23" x 18" (58.5cm x 46cm). 
Printed along the bottom edge are the the letters and numbers: AC 26. 2M. BATT.
Folded once horizontally and vertically through the center with overall surface creasing and edge wear and some foxing on the reverse. Part of the red border (approx 1") is missing to the right side.
Overall in VG Condition

 

 

£250

 

 


 

Product Code OSM1018

 

Entitled 'Infringements' dating from circa April/May 1964, this is a very rare unique authentic and original comprehensive eight page typed list of Beatles Worldwide Merchandising Licenses granted by M. A. Jacobs and Sons on behalf of Brian Epstein's company NEMS Enterprises. 
In other words for products we now collect and refer to as Beatles Memorabilia.
This was the only typed copy ever produced so is now the only one in existence and unique.

In total 37 companies were granted licenses and this document lists the Address, Date/Duration and Product for each. 

These come under 5 Category Headings as follows:

JEWELLERY - 16 Licenses. 

MATERIAL ARTICLES (handbags, cushions, pennants etc) - 5 Licenses.

COSMETICS - 2 Licenses.

STATIONERY ITEMS - 9 Licenses 

MISCELLANEOUS - 5 Licenses

An incredibly rare document of Beatles Memorabilia stating who was issued with a license and who made what and where in the world they were permitted to sell and for what duration. Includes brand names now famously recognisable as producers of Beatles Memorabilia including: Fleetway Publications, Invicta Plastics, Exquisite Jewellery, Smiths Watches, Unitrend, Ramat, Olive Adair, Twig, Louis Dow, Seagull and Subbuteo. 

Eight Pages stapled together at the top right corner measuring approx 10" x 8" each. Although yellowed throughout with foxing condition is otherwise VG/EX with no tears and only a few surface creases in a few isolated areas. 

Note: Comes with a signed letter of provenance from Neil Rock who (originally owned and had this definitive document typed up by the company secretary in 1964) worked for London Company Stramsact Ltd who were granted with a license to operate in negotiations as sole agents for the Beatles Merchandising Rights during circa 1963/64 onwards. The document is entitled 'Infringements' because the exclusive licensing rights for these 37 products were challenged in court by Stramsact after later being also issued to the Beatles North American Merchandising company 'Seltaeb' by NEMS. This is all clearly and succinctly explained in Neil Rock's letter of provenance dated 23rd October 2016.

 £300

 


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