|Welcome To The Tracks Ltd. Beatles Museum|
Below is a collection of items that have been sold by Tracks Ltd. over the past twenty years. We will be constantly adding items to this section over the coming months so please check back regularly.
| || Beatles Stereo Paul McCartney Owned White Album # 0000005 |
This particular album was one of the low numbered copies which was originally owned by one of The Beatles. This copy was initially the property of Paul McCartney and later given to a design consultant.
This low numbered copy was given to Gordon House who was employed by The Beatles as a design consultant on the white album by Paul McCartney to thank him for his work on the LP.
| || Beatles Early 1960 Autographs Scotland Johnny Gentle Tour |
A very rare early set of autographs from May 1960. The signatures were on a single page from an autograph book. The page had been signed by Stuart Sutcliffe, John Lennon, George Harrison, Paul McCartney and Tommy Moore, John George and Paul has signed using their then stage names. Stuart had signed 'Stuart and The Beatals'. John had signed Johnny Lennon. George had signed Carl Harrison, Paul had signed Paul Ramon. Tommy Moore had also added 'Drums' under his signature. The adjoining page had also been signed by Johnny Gentle.
| || Beatles Fully Signed Gnome Standup From Sgt Pepper Cover |
A cut-out gnome which was featured on the cover of The Beatles album 'Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band' L.P. The gnome had been autographed by all four Beatles. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr each signed the gnome for Nigel Hartnup, assistant to the photographer Michael Cooper, after the photo shoot for the Sgt. Pepper album cover.
| || Beatles Operation Big Beat Poster November 1961 |
An original concert poster from the Tower Ballroom, New Brighton. The poster is advertising the 'Operation Big Beat' concert that was held on the 10th November 1961. The concert featured The Beatles as the headline act with support from several Merseyside groups.
| || Beatles Olive Adair Ltd Perfume Bottle |
Made by Olive Adair Ltd Liverpool. A cut glass bottle with white plastic top and brown and white sticker on the front which reads "With the Beatles Perfume Olive Adair Ltd Liverpool". This bottle originally had the face of each Beatle on the front but unfortunately the part of the sticker featuring Lennon's face was missing. However it was still full of the original perfume!!
| || Beatles Apple Records Dartboard |
An original promotional Apple records dartboard. This was one of the many items that the promotional department of Apple came up with. One of the most sought after Beatles collectibles from the late 1960s early 1970s.
| || The Beatles Late 1965 Signature On A Single Page |
The Beatles Late 1965 Signature On A Single Page.
A fantastic set of Beatles autographs on the back of a white envelope. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr have all signed in black ballpoint pen. Each signature is large, extremely bold and very well spaced. The signatures date to late 1965.
| || Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band Acetate Owned By Magic Alex |
Two single-sided 12 inch mono acetates from the album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 1967. Both acetates featured white Emidisc label. Both were inscribed 'mono' and 'The Beatles' in an unknown hand, one inscribed 'Side 1', the other 'Side 2', both labels had been decorated in blue, green and yellow felt tip pen with circular rings.
Side 1 of this acetate had a different track listing to the final official released version of Sgt' Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
The tracks were as follows,
With A Little Help From My Friends
Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite
Fixing A Hole
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
She's Leaving Home.
Side 2 was the same as the released version. However there were several minor differences in the mix between this acetate and what was released.
This acetate originally came from the collection of John Alexis Mardas (Magic Alex) who worked for Apple in the 1960s and was a close friend of John Lennon.
| || Beatles Battle Of The Bands Aldershot Concert Handbill 1961 |
An original concert handbill from the Palais Ballroom, Aldershot. The handbill advertised the "Battle Of The Bands Liverpool vs London" concert that was held on the 9th December 1961. The concert featured The Beatles as the headline act.
| || Beatles Heswall Jazz Club Poster 1962 |
An original concert poster from the Heswall Jazz Club. The poster advertised "An All Star Show" headlined by the Beatles. The concert was held at the Heswall Jazz Club, Barnston Women's Institute on the 30th June 1962.