Is the Beatles second album worth anything?

The Beatles Second Album (Parlophone CPCS 103) 1966 $590 ($170).

What was the Beatles 2nd album called?

The Early Beatles and Meet the Beatles!
In 1968, The Beatles’ Second Album, The Early Beatles and Meet the Beatles! were issued in Canada, although the earlier Canadian LPs remained in print (eventually with stereo mixes) until the late 1980s, when the CD era precipitated their deletion.

How much is introducing the Beatles album worth?

Introducing The Beatles Album Fetches $14,999.

What was the second song of the Beatles?

The Beatles’ second single, “Please Please Me” b/w “Ask Me Why,” was released by Parlophone on Jan. 11, 1963. It entered the Record Retailer chart on Jan. 17 and remained on the charts for 18 weeks, peaking at No.

What are the most valuable Beatles vinyl records?

The Beatles – Yesterday and Today (Capitol, US album in ‘butcher’ sleeve, 1966). A sealed mint “first state” stereo copy sold for US$125,000 in February 2016, unsealed mint copies of this pressing have regularly sold for well over $15,000.

What is the order of the Beatles albums?

The Beatles’ albums in order – complete list!

  • Please Please Me (1963)
  • With The Beatles (1963)
  • A Hard Day’s Night (1964)
  • Beatles For Sale (1964)
  • Help! (1965)
  • Rubber Soul (1965)
  • Revolver (1966)
  • Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)

When was the Beatles second album released?

April 10, 1964The Beatles’ Second Album / Release date

Which Beatles album is worth the most money?

The Beatles – The Beatles (the “White Album”) (Parlophone UK album, 1968) – Ringo Starr’s personal copy (No. 0000001) was sold for $790,000 in December 2015, according to Rolling Stone. This is the highest price ever paid for an album that has been commercially released.

How do I know if my Beatles album is valuable?

If your copy is from the set’s first pressing, there could be a windfall coming your way. You’ll know you’ve won the lottery if your White Album has a gatefold cover, the original Apple logo and a printed number. If that number is really low and the record is in great condition, it could be worth five-figures.