Secret Beatles Ticket fetches $7,278 Selling on eBay l Auction News WhatSellsBest.com, a website tracking rare items sold on eBay, is reporting an early Beatles rehearsal ticket sold for $7,278. But, a secret could keep others from discovering their tickets value.
News-Antique.com - Nov 29,2011 - WhatSellsBest.com, a website tracking rare items sold on eBay, is reporting an early Beatles rehearsal ticket recently sold for $7,278. But a secret related to the tickets printing, could keep others (owning the same ticket) from ever discovering it's value.
The Ticket was distributed by CBS for a Beatles rehearsal prior to their second performance on their first trip to America, for The Ed Sullivan Show in Miami, Florida. (Deauville Hotel, February 16, 1964)
The seller's eBay listing states; "This ticket is for their afternoon rehearsal show at 2:30 pm. there were only a few hundred fans (and tickets) for this show and today, the ticket stubs are among the rarest of all beatles concert tickets in existence."
The secret related to the tickets printing is... 'The Beatles' name was never mentioned anywhere on the ticket itself. Only the location, date, and the ticket's specific use for, 'rehearsal only' are mentioned.
Meaning anyone who may have acquired a ticket second-hand, without knowledge of its historical significance, may never discover it was a Beatles ticket, or that it has a potentially high value.
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