17 October 2006

Look What We Found After All These Years



If you know anyone interested in buying it, let me know.

11 Comments:

At 10/18/06, 12:29 AM, Blogger Alan_M said...

holy crap! should bring a pretty penny. Do I sense a new board in your future?

 
At 10/18/06, 6:54 AM, Blogger Surfsister said...

I knew we still had it. It was just a matter of finding it. Let's hope it sells. It will fetch a pretty penny. But I think I'd hold off on getting a board (believe it or not).

 
At 10/18/06, 9:15 AM, Anonymous Bob Helmet said...

I'll give you fifty cents. The best attribute of the beetles was their funny looking bowlcut hair cuts! I'm sure it will sell for quite a lot on e-bay though...

 
At 10/18/06, 3:55 PM, Blogger clayfin said...

Is that an actual licensed Beatles product, or an old record player with a picture taped in it?

Many a memory spinning Beatles 45's... Yes, I'm that old.

 
At 10/18/06, 6:19 PM, Blogger Surfsister said...

This thing is the real deal. There's a picture in the family photo album of me on my 4th, 5th, 6th, whatever birthday with all of my presents, one of which was this.

 
At 10/19/06, 4:39 AM, Anonymous Florida Surf the Goon said...

DO NOT SELL THAT ON EBAY until you've had it appraised!!! Its worth a lot of money!! Find a reputable Beatles collectable dealer or auction house. Do your homework first before selling it!!!!

http://www.worldcollectorsnet.com/beatles/

"The Beatles were ideal for merchandising, and there's some odd stuff out there. A portable Beatles record player from 1964 in mint condition is worth $8100 - $9500. "

Congratulations, your family airloom is your good fortune. You can buy a your Jacobs and have plenty of cash left over.

WOW This is just like watching Antiques Road Show.

 
At 10/19/06, 4:47 AM, Anonymous florida surf the goon said...

http://www.bayraider.tv/2006/02/beatles_record_.html

Holy smokes it says it can go for "$10,000"!

Just google, you'll see.

 
At 10/19/06, 2:37 PM, Blogger gracefullee said...

Woah. $10,000??? Really?

I've got some Garbage Pail Kids cards, do you think I can buy a mint Greg Noll board with that?

 
At 10/19/06, 8:16 PM, Blogger Surfsister said...

Calm down. First, I've done my homework. We didn't just find it yesterday. It's been back in my possession for awhile. Second, it's not in pristine condition by any means. So stop talking about $10, 000!!

 
At 10/20/06, 3:18 PM, Blogger clayfin said...

OK, then, I'll trade you for Project Egg.

 
At 10/20/06, 4:47 PM, Anonymous Robert Helmut said...

I'll give you a snapped finless spongeboard for it!

 

Post a Comment

<< Home