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Press Release - March 21, 2003

The Long and Winding Road leads to Heritage November Signature Auction in Dallas

Dallas, TX: Heritage Galleries, the world’s largest auctioneer of collectibles, is proud to present the Bill Paquin Collection. For over two decades, Bill Paquin has been collecting American Beatles records and other rock and roll gems. Highlights of the auction, which will be held in Dallas this coming November, already include the following items from Bill Paquin. Additional consignments are still being accepted.

"Introducing the Beatles" Ad Back VJ LP in shrink wrap in Mint condition. Only a few are known worldwide in this grade. This is the first U.S. Beatles album.

"Introducing the Beatles" with column back and song sticker.

Almost every Beatle mono Capitol album, still sealed, including such favorites as "Sgt Pepper", "Magical Mystery Tour", "Help", plus numerous rarities.

Beatles VJ 498 45 "Please Please Me" White label promo with "Beattles" misspelled This is the first U.S. Beatles 45.

"Meet The Beatles" Still Sealed Mono album with the rare #9 on the back cover.

"Hard Day’s Night" white label promo LP with rare DJ stamp on back cover.

"Yesterday and Today" Peeled Butcher Cover in Stereo

Unpublished photo contact sheets of the Beatles from the Ed Sullivan Show

Apple Watch and pouch "in-house gift from Apple Records".

The Crystals, "The Screw". 45 stock copy, one of three known.

WMCA Good Guys Sleeve. This item tops the want lists of numerous collectors.

The Nazz - early Todd Rundgren. First LP in mono on Atlantic with a white label promo and a different mix, not the standard SGC label . The only known copy!

John Barry UA 581 white label promo 45 of The James Bond Theme with scenes from the movie. First time offered in auction, presently only known copy.

The Rolling Stones’ First LP with original cover, white label promo in mono with poster.

Prospective consignors are invited to call or write to Heritage today if your total consignment has a fair market value of $5,000 or more (with each individual lot having a value of at least $500). To consign comics, toys, original art or illustration art, please contact Ed Jaster ( at 214-252-4288, John Petty ( at 214-252-4392, or Fred McSurley ( at 214-252-4293. To consign movie and music-related material, contact Grey Smith ( at 214-252-4367.

Or visit and click on the "consign" tab. The earliest items consigned receive more pre-sale publicity.

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