In this month’s Market Watch, a Northern Soul single that sold for more than $17, 000 and a Beatles promo that helped kick off Beatlemania.
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Beatlemania is alive and well, if this week’s Market Watch is any indication.
First up is the ultra-rare A&M Records pressing of the Sex Pistols’ “God Save the Queen,” in EX+ condition. 25,000 of these were reportedly pressed in 1977, but the single was scrapped and most copies destroyed.