The Beatles Help! jackets, as worn by the fab four in their 1965 film, have been put up for auction.
Amongst 200 other pieces of Beatles memorabilia, the jackets will be auctioned off, taken from director Richard Lester's private collection. When the bidding opens through Omega Auctions next month they are expected to take between $82,000 (£49875) and $115,000 (£69947).
"As Beatles clothing goes, these have got to be amongst the Holy Grail for any Beatles collector," said auctioneer Paul Fairweather. "They feature on one of their most recognizable album covers and I have a feeling these could really fly off the block."
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The auction marks the 50th anniversary of the Can't Buy Me Love album and will take place at the Adelphi Hotel in Liverpool. Another collectors piece that is up for sale is a chunk of wall signed by the fab four at the Ed Sullivan Show debut. It is expected to fetch anywhere up to $1 Million (£607,091).
Talking to Rolling Stone last month Starr reminisced about the infamous performance: "It was Ed Sullivan, and it was a big show, and we didn't know while we were playing that 70 million people were watching, but it was being in America that was so exciting. All the music we loved was in America; it came from America to England.
"Where we come from, Liverpool, it was great because it was a port, so all of the guys from New York would bring the tracks over. Vinyl in those days, the LPs, and it was just great. I could feel the buzz, even on the plane, it was so exciting. I went, Aaaaah!"
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