Louise Harrison is selling her own copy of "Meet The Beatles." The signed U.S. copy of the LP is one of only nine known to exist.
The Sunday Mirror offers:
Louise got it signed on a train to Washington DC on the band's first concert tour of America in 1964.
"I got all of them to sign it for me," said Louise, 75.
For a while, the record - one of only nine signed US albums - was housed in President Clinton's library in Little Rock, Arkansas, as part of a rock'n'roll display.
But when Louise, who lives in a trailer in Branson, Missouri, realised how much was worth she decided to sell it. She said: "I thought the best thing would be to use it to help my family."
Louise plans to split the cash between her family, environmental charities and the Liverpool Legends, a Beatles tribute band she manages.