Hi fellow collector
Here's a simple question for you.
Would you like a photograph signed by The Beatles?
If the answer is "Yes", keep reading. I've got a great opportunity for you.
If the answer is "No", I can only think of two reasons.
1) You already own a Beatles signed photograph.
In which case, congratulations. You own the most desirable set of music autographs in the world.
Enjoy it, and take great care of it – because it will be worth considerably more in the future.
2) You're not a fan of The Beatles.
In that case, fair enough. Everyone has different tastes. It keeps life interesting.
(Although I'd really recommend giving Rubber Soul a listen. It may well change your mind...)
Are you still with me? Excellent.
Because this is something special.
One of the best Beatles signed photographs I've handled in my 45-year career.
This is one of the finest Beatles photographs you'll ever see.
In all my 45 years as a dealer, I don't think I've handled a better one.
• A 100% authentic signed 8" by 10" glossy photograph
• Personally inscribed by John Lennon
• Featuring four superb, perfectly placed autographs
• Signed in 1965 for a crew member during the filming of 'Help!'
In terms of rarity, condition and quality - this is as good as it gets.
If you collect rare autographs and love The Beatles, you won't find another piece to match it.
The portrait was taken in February 1965 as the band filmed Help! in the Bahamas. A photo from the same shoot was used as the cover for the title single.
The portrait was taken in February 1965, as the band filmed 'Help!' on location in the Bahamas.
By then they were almost completely inaccessible to their fans. So any Beatles autographs signed from this point on are incredibly rare.
You had to be on the inside to acquire them.
That's what makes this signed photo such a remarkable find.
After filming was over, they signed a very small number of copies and gave them to members of the production crew.
This one is inscribed by John Lennon “To nice good kind Sergeant Frankie, from Beatles”.
Lennon has also added three Sergeant's stripes to the sleeve of his shirt.
Personally inscribed by John Lennon to a member of the production team on the set of Help!
The signatures on this photograph are excellent. Each one an ideal specimen.
John, Paul, George and Ringo have all signed above their own pictures.
Each autograph is large, bold and clear. Perfectly placed.
Signed in blue felt tip pen on the lighter portion of the image.
As an expert in Beatles authentication, I've examined them closely. And I can personally guarantee they're 100% genuine.
Four of the most famous names of the 20th century, signed by the men themselves.
And inscribed in John Lennon's unmistakable handwriting.
Autographs don't come any more iconic than this.
A Beatles signed photograph is one of the great treasures of autograph collecting.
You don't need me to explain how important The Beatles are.
Their songs are timeless. Their legacy is set in stone. So the market for their memorabilia will always be solid.
You can own this extraordinary photograph today, and watch it grow in value as the next generation discovers their music. And the next...
So if you answered "Yes" at the start of this email, this is your opportunity.
Your chance to own one of the great treasures of autograph collecting.
A Beatles signed photograph as good as any I've ever seen.
- It's an incredibly rare example from 1965
- Beautifully signed with four perfectly placed signatures
- Personally inscribed by John Lennon himself
- And presented in stunning condition
You won't find a better one on the market today.
And you can purchase it now for £29,995 ($37,800).
To give you complete peace of mind, this signed photograph comes with a Lifetime Moneyback Guarantee and my own personal Certificate of Authenticity.
And delivery is completely free and fully insured.
This is a truly exceptional set of Beatles autographs.
A wonderful signed portrait of John, Paul, George and Ringo.
And one of the most desirable pieces of music memorabilia you can own.
Purchase it now, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to secure it for your collection.
You can also call me on +44 (0) 1534 639 998.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Thanks for reading,
Chairman, Just Collecting.