You can own a piece of Beatles history, if you have the $$

Ringo Starr  and his wife Barbara Bach are cleaning out some storage units and gathering items from their homes in London, Beverly Hills and Monaco to auction them off December 4th & 5th.

Up for sale are rare Beatles memorabilia including his three-piece oyster black pearl drum kit used in over 200 performances, and used by Paul McCartney to record his first solo album. There is also a 1964 Rose-Morris Rickenbacker guitar with a fire-glow sunburst finish known as the "Beatle-Backer" that John Lennon owned and then later gave to Ringo and there is a Gretsch guitar from George Harrison. In addition, Starr and his wife will sell the first pressing of the White Album, which they had kept in a bank vault for over 35 years.

Ringo's three-piece drum set that was used in the recording of "Can't Buy Me Love" and "All My Loving'' is expected to sell for $300,000 to $500,000

The Rickenbacker guitar that John Lennon gave to Ringo could sell for between $600,000 and $800,000

Ringo’s 2000 Mercedes Benz is expected to sell for between $60,000 and $80,000

You can a piece of Beatles history, if you have the $$.

Over 800 items owned by Ringo Starr and his wife, Barbara Bach, are going to auction at Juliens Auctions.

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