How Much Are My Beatles Albums Worth?


Beatles records are worth precisely what someone is prepared to pay for them. The White Album can cost up to $1,200 for an unopened, mint Stereo copy. The Abbey Road, sells for about $400, the My Bonnie and The Saints are valued at $750. Beatles records sold in their millions, unless yours is unique in some way, it is not going to make much money. Autographed copies though can fetch good money.
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The Beatles' albums may cost anything from 500 pounds to 1500 pounds depending on the specific albums. The white album produced in 1968 happens to be the most popular and goes for up to 1500 pounds. The prices also vary depending on the condition of the albums.
The Beatles 'The White Album' is said to be worth £5,000-£7,000+
One of the latest Beatles album 'Abbey Road' goes for approximately $400. The 'White Album' in mint conditions sells for approximately $1200. One of their earliest albums ' Introducing the Beatles' is valued at approximately $300.
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