The Beatles Please Please Me 1963 Hand Signed Album


Hand-Signed by Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney


22 x 28.5 inches

In Great Condition

Professionally framed by our bespoke framing service

Comes with a BHP Collectibles COA

Postage and packaging free in the UK

Please contact us for worldwide shipping costs

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    About This Piece

    Introducing The Beatles Please Please Me 1963 Hand Signed Album, a true masterpiece that encapsulates the essence of music history. This iconic album has been hand-signed by two of the Fab Four themselves – Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney, making it an extraordinary collector’s item and a must-have for passionate music aficionados.

    Released in 1963, this album marks a significant milestone in the Beatles’ legendary career. With a captivating blend of rock, Beat, and Rock and roll styles, it transports you to the early days when the Beatles began their meteoric rise to fame.

    Measuring an impressive 22 x 28.5 inches, this album is not just a piece of music; it’s a work of art. Professionally framed by our bespoke framing service, it’s ready to grace your space with its historical significance. The framing service allows you to tailor the presentation to your exact preferences, ensuring it seamlessly complements your collection.

    In excellent condition, this collectible carries the assurance of authenticity and provenance with a BHP Collectibles COA. Our commitment to preserving music history is further underscored by offering free postage and packaging within the UK. For international enthusiasts, please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss worldwide shipping options, making it convenient for Beatles fans across the globe to own this remarkable piece of history.

    This is a rare opportunity to own a hand-signed album by two of the most influential musicians in history. Don’t let Beatlemania pass you by. Order The Beatles Please Please Me 1963 Hand Signed Album today and relive the magic of a band that not only wrote music but rewrote history.

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