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Rare copy of The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ owned by Ringo Starr tops most valuable vinyl list – NME

Rare copy of The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ owned by Ringo Starr tops most valuable vinyl list – NME

November 30
08:41 2016

The Beatles have topped a list of the most valuable vinyl records.The Fab Four’s self-titled LP commonly known as the ‘White Album’, was among the 20 most valuable records compiled by LoveAntiques.com with a rare copy of the album owned by drummer Ringo Starr selling at auction for £730,876 last year.A one-sided acetate of The Beatles 1963 single ‘Love Me Do’ is worth £80,500 – as there’s only one known pressing – while some versions of their debut album ‘Please Please Me’ are valued at up to £7,500.Other vinyl in the list included an early version of ‘God Save The Queen’ by the Sex Pistols, which is worth £12,000 along with a rare copy of ‘Pride (In The Name Of Love’) by U2, originally pressed in Australia on clear vinyl, which has been valued at £5,000.

Source: Rare copy of The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ owned by Ringo Starr tops most valuable vinyl list – NME

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