By: AnnMarie Scaramuzzino
Beatles’ memorabilia is always a bit pricey, but for the band that quite literally changed the course of Rock and Roll many would say it’s worth it.
That seems to be the mentality of those bidding on a signed copy of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, which is being auctioned off by Heritage with bids currently sitting at a whopping $90,000.
The iconic album, which features the autographs of all four band members, comes as a Mono UK Gatefold Cover edition via Parlophone. On the Heritage Auctions official website, Beatles’ expert Perry Cox said of the album:
“With my being thoroughly immersed in Beatles collectibles for over 30 years, it takes something extraordinarily special to excite me, but I consider this to be one of the top two items of Beatles memorabilia I've ever seen - the other being a signed copy of Meet The Beatles.”
Bidding on the signed copy of Sgt. Pepper’s ends on Friday, March 29th at 10pm CT.
For more info on the album, head to the Heritage Auctions official website.