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A rare early Beatles single is expected to sell for up to £9,000 at auction after it attracted interest from bidders across the globe, reports the BBC.

The 1962 demonstration record contains the band's hit songs “Love Me Do” and “P.S I Love You” and is one of only 250 in the world.

It is unique due to Paul McCartney's surname being incorrectly spelt as "McArtney," vinyl specialist Rob Smee said.

The seven-inch vinyl would go under the hammer at Stacey's Auctioneers' sale in Chelmsford, Essex, on Monday.

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