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Paul McCartney 2014 Signed ESP Electric Guitar To Be Auctioned by on the 23rd November 2014

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>PRWEB.COM NewswireChorley, Lancashire (PRWEB UK) 31 October 2014

An ESP electric guitar serial number 113040026 that has been signed by Sir Paul McCartney in black marker pen with the added message 'Cheers For Charity' is to be sold by UK based The guitar was a prop in a promotional video that Sir Paul McCartney commissioned to promote Appreciate, a track off his 2013 album, New. The guitar is played by a robot, Newman, who patrols the Museum Of Man in the video. Newman joins Sir Paul towards the end of the video to play music together. Sir Paul McCartney has written the message "Cheers for Charity", signed his name in black felt tipped pen and dated the autographed guitar 2014. The signature, dedication and date are extremely bold and clear. Sir Paul autographs very few guitars these days, usually only for charitable purposes, and he signs even fewer on the actual body of the guitar as opposed to the pickguard. All proceeds from the sale of this guitar will be donated to the Cambodian Living Arts charity.

A spokesperson for said, "We estimate the guitar will realise around £3,000 to £6,000".

The sale will take place at Le Méridien Hotel, London on Sunday, 23rd November 2014. A viewing day will also take place at the hotel on Saturday, 22nd November. There are a number of extremely high quality items already contained in the sale including John Lennon's Gretsch 6120 guitar, a fully signed Sgt. Pepper's LP sleeve, an original 1960s Abbey Road Street sign, a Beatles handbill from Liverpool in 1961, an original Stuart Sutcliffe drawing, Rolling Stones 1963 first recording acetate, a Bill Wyman handwritten letter, numerous sets of Beatles autographs, a Madonna hand written and signed bank cheque and an Adam Ant 1981 Prince Charming shirt.

Items to be included in the sale are now available to view at
TracksAuction's first sale went extremely well with a signed copy of The Beatles White Album selling for £136,800.

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