An adapted version of The Beatles' 'Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' record sleeve has named the world's most valuable album cover of all time.
The famous artwork, which features a variety of famous faces, has been valued at approximately £70,000.
The first 10 copies of their 1968 album 'The Beatles' is said to be worth £7,000 and comes in at second place.
Other covers to top the survey conducted by Record Collector, include AC/DC's '12 Of The Best' LP, which was valued at £3,000
The 10 most expensive record sleeves of all time and their estimated value:
1. The Beatles – 'Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' (limited edition Capitol version) (£70,000)
2. The Beatles – 'The Beatles' (£7,000)
3. Madrigals – Magic Key To Spanish Volumes 1 and 2 (£3,500); The Nation's Nightmare (£3,000)
4. The Beatles – 'Introducing The Beatles' (£3,000)
5. The Beatles/Frank Ifield – 'England's Greatest Recording Stars: The Beatles & Frank Ifield On Stage (£3,000)
6. Tinkerbell's Fairydust – 'Tinkerbell's Fairydust' (£3,000)
7. AC/DC – '12 Of The Best' (£3,000)
8. The Beatles – 'Yesterday And Today' (£2,000)
9. Dark – 'Dark Round The Edges' (£2,000)
10. Hank Mobley – 'Hank Mobley' (£2,000)
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