The biggest collection of Beatles memorabilia ever to be put on sale is going under the hammer.
In all, there are 191 items being auctioned in four separate collections. Combined, the lots filled a small truck.
Individual items include a 1966 Beatles poster from Tokyo and an original store display for the John and Yoko Wedding Album, which was released in 1968.
They are each expected to fetch for around $10,000 when they are sold on July 21 at Heritage Auctions in Dallas.
They belong to Dennis Dailey, 62, from North Platte, Nebraska.
“For me, it started way back in 1964 and the release of the group’s first album in the United States – ‘Meet the Beatles’.
“They released ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’…
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