Sunday, 9 December 2012

Competition: Limited Edition Copy of The Beatles Contract to Be Won!!

This is your chance to win one of the fabulous limited edition replicas of the contract signed by The Beatles and Brian Epstein on October 1 1962!

This fabulous prize, which retails at £399, could be yours by answering this question:

Q: In addition to Brian, John, Paul, George, Ringo and the witnesses, who ELSE signed this contract?

Email your answer, along with your full postal address, to

Closing date for entries is 12 noon on December 24 2012 (GMT)

The winner will be the first correct entry received by the closing date.

This competition is open to everyone and we can ship the prize anywhere in the world.  

So enter now for your chance to own a very special memento of one of the most important moments in Beatles' history!

The ultimate item of Beatles memorabilia, comes with a certificate of authenticity (the prize on offer is number 113 of 10,000), and is presented in a beautiful gift box.

The replica is of the highest quality and authentic in every detail -- even down to the colour of the paper, and the indentations made by the signatures.  All of the band's signatures are clear and you can also see where John Lennon started to sign his name in the wrong place, crossed it out and then signed on the correct line on page nine.

The original contract was drawn up by Silverman and Livermore & Co Solicitors in 1961 by junior partner David Harris who was at the time practicing general litigation within the firm.  The document bears the signatures of Brian Epstein, all four members of the band, as well as the fathers of Paul McCartney and George Harrison, due to them being underage at the time.

Included in the gift box is the contract, a certificate of authenticity, copy of the bill of sale (original contract from Christies), and Brian Epstein biography booklet. The contract comes complete with amendments made by the band and folds running lengthways on the document, where it was tied with a solicitor’s ribbon. The NEMS enterprise company seal appears twice in the document enclosing both of Brian Epstein’s signatures.

For more information on this very special collector's item, visit the website by clicking here

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