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    1964 Forest Hills Tennis Club Beatles Unused Ticket

    Appraised Value:

    $200 - $300

    Appraised on: August 6, 2011

    Appraised in: Atlanta, Georgia

    Appraised by: Laura Woolley

    Category: Collectibles

    Episode Info: Atlanta, Hour 2 (#1614)

    Originally Aired: April 23, 2012

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    Form: Ticket
    Material: Paper
    Period / Style: 20th Century
    Value Range: $200 - $300

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    Appraisal Video: (1:00)

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    Appraised By:

    Laura Woolley
    Collectibles

    The Collector's Lab

    Appraisal Transcript:
    GUEST: When I was 15, a bunch of girlfriends and I went to the Beatles concert. I was babysitting at 50 cents an hour for many, many weeks to get this ticket. So it was like a two-hour trip to get to Queens, and when we got there, I went in my wallet to get my ticket, and I discovered I had left my ticket at home.

    APPRAISER: So no Beatles for you.

    GUEST: So no Beatles for me. My girlfriends went on to see the concert, and I had to go with their father to a friend's house and watch TV.

    APPRAISER: And then you heard about it the whole way home.

    GUEST: And I heard about it for months.

    APPRAISER: This one's great because it's never been torn, unfortunately for a bad reason, that you didn't make it, because you left it at home. But a stub would be probably $50 to $60, and the full ticket right now is around $200 to $300.

    GUEST: Great!

    APPRAISER: So the only ticket that's now selling more than this is also Beatles, and it's the Shea Stadium concert in '64, and it's only because they have their picture on the ticket.

    GUEST: And how many people forgot their tickets?

    APPRAISER: You're probably one of the few.

    GUEST: So it'll go back up on my wall.

    APPRAISER: Great.



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