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The Top 10 Most Valuable Beatles’ Vinyl Records [Updated]

To celebrate the Beatles 50th Anniversary of their historic arrival to America, expert vinyl collector Mighty John Marshall of presented his updated list of the Top 10 Most Valuable Beatles Records to date (see his original list here).

Check out the top 10 most valuable Beatles records below:

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

1969 Capitol 45- “We Can Work it Out” (red and white “Starline” label): $1,200.00

1967 Capitol LP – “Magical Mystery Tour” (mono): $1,500.00

1964 Vee Jay LP – “Songs, Pictures, and Stories” (stereo) gatefold cover: $2,500.00

1964 Vee Jay LP – “Beatles Vs. the Four Seasons ” (stereo): $7,500.00

1964 Vee Jay LP – “The Beatles and Frank Ifield” (cover pictures Beatles): $9,000.00

1962 Decca 45-  “My Bonnie” (as Tony Sheridan & the Beat Brothers): $12,000.00

1966 Capitol LP- “Yesterday and Today” (stereo “Butcher” cover): $15,000.00

1963 Vee JAY LP- “Introducing the Beatles” (stereo) black label with oval logo. Has “Love Me Do” and “P.S. I Love You.” Back cover pictures 25 other Vee Jay albums: $20,000.00

1964 Vee Jay 45- “Anna”/ “Ask Me Why”: $30,000.00

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