THE WORLD'S RAREST RECORD This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Beatlefans, Record Collectors and Connoisseurs throughout the world - a "must have" for owners of Anthology 1 as it provides the visual reality of tracks 3 and 4 and was also mentioned by John Lennon and George Martin on the Anthology videos.
An exact replica of the legendary record cut in 1958 by The Quarry Men (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Duff Lowe and Colin Hanton) and now owned by Sir Paul McCartney, will shortly be available. Both sides of the record, "That'll Be The Day" and "In Spite Of All The Danger" have been pressed to look identical to the original and are hand-mounted side-by-side in a splendid gold frame (650mm x 500mm) with a narrative and signed certificate of visual authenticity.
This record represents one of the most important milestones in the history of popular music and the birth of the most famous rock band ever. If you own Anthology 1, you'll need this to complete your collection
The construction of your replica will be personally supervised and then signed by John Duff Lowe.
This "Fine Art Collectors Item" will become an heirloom to be enjoyed from generation to generation.
Price: To be announced shortly.
(N.B. For copyright reasons the records cannot be played)
Further details from:
THE WORLD'S RAREST RECORD
PO Box 199