Signed Beatles postcard and lewd Jim Morrison drawing up for sale at auction

July 2, 2015

A postcard autographed by members of The Beatles is up for sale at auction.

The Beatles
The item was signed by the musicians in 1964 while staying at Miami Beach, Florida to appear on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’.

The postcard is being sold by Lelands auction house, with bidding currently at $12,636 after less than 24 hours.

Another lot shows a collection of signed Apple Records cheques from three out of the four Beatles: John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.

Another notable exhibit is from The Doors frontman Jim Morrison, whose lewd parody of the Charlie Brown-starring ‘Peanuts’ comic strips is going for $1,000.

Also being sold are unpublished negatives from a Who gig at the Dorothy Ballroom in Cambridge in 1965, as well as one of James Brown’s rhinestone-studded stage outfits, on sale for $1,000.