1960ís Beatles Record Player fetches $12,100

WhatSellsBest.com is reporting a 1960ís Beatles Record Player, produced for fans as a commercial Beatles memorabilia item, has fetched $12,100 in an online auction. Despite its rarity, some say itís likely there are more to be found.


WEBWIRE – Saturday, February 02, 2013

WhatSellsBest.com is reporting a 1960ís Beatles Record Player, produced for fans as a commercial Beatles memorabilia item, has fetched $12,100 in an online auction. Despite its rarity, some say itís likely there are more to be found.

The Record Player, which is highly-sought by Beatles collectors worldwide, was manufactured in a quantity which limited its (unit) numbers in the thousands. Because of this, some believe thereís still a strong possibility a few remain to be discovered.

According to James Massey, publisher of WhatSellsBest.com; ďIn all my years of tracking auctions, this is by-far the highest-price Iíve personally seen one fetch. Probably due to its near-mint condition. But, now that others have seen it, and know what to look for. I wouldnít surprised if others (record players) start turning upĒ.†

To see the $12,000 Beatles Record Player, and find out why itís so valuable, visit: WhatSellsBest.com or use the Story & Photo links below.

Media outlets interested in discussing this press release in detail are encouraged to contact James Massey by email at; james@whatsellsbest.com or, by telephone at 1-206-497-2263.

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