Beatles memorabilia worth millions may have its value slashed after it's revealed the band faked each other's autographs

BEATLES memorabilia worth millions may have its value slashed — after it was revealed they used to fake each other’s autographs.

Music guru Jools Holland, 63, says he has a Fab Four record with all the band’s signatures.

But each was scrawled by George Harrison because they all took it in turns to sign stuff for fans.

The Hootenanny BBC host told Jools and Jim’s Joyride podcast: “George Harrison gave me a Beatles record all signed entirely by him.

“He said that when they started, they’d have to sign thousands of autographs for the Beatlemania fans so they’d all practice and know how to do each other’s.”

Last year, a copy of 1967’s Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album signed by George, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr sold for more than £129,000.

A lock of hair from one of the Beatles is for sale at £29,000 on eBay.

The seller, in Aylesbury, Bucks, does not say whose but a picture shows John cutting Paul’s moptop.

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