A group of outfits and souvenirs is being offered off by Welsh singer Mary Hopkin.
Hopkin, 67, from Pontardawe, shot to fame in 1968 along with her primary single “These Had been The Days”.
She was one of many first artists to signal with The Beatles’ Apple Information label.
The gathering, which incorporates objects worn on the peak of her fame and a uncommon Beatles poster, is being auctioned off in Cardiff and Colwyn Bay, Conwy.
Hopkin’s success story started when she gained the expertise present Alternative Knocks at 18.
She had a string of hits within the late 1960s however stepped again from pop music within the early 70s to boost a household along with her husband, producer Tony Visconti.
In 1970, she was made a Bard of the Gorsedd on the Nationwide Eisteddfod in Ammanford for her excellent contribution to Welsh cultural life.
Among the many objects up on the market are a number of objects of clothes and a belt she wore when she represented the UK at the 1970 Eurovision Song Contest, singing “Knock Knock, Who’s There?”
Additionally up for public sale is poster promoting The Beatles’ August 1963 live performance at The Pier Pavilion in Llandudno, Conwy, which is anticipated to promote for £400 to £800.
That very same August, the band went to primary with their second hit “She Loves You” and Beatlemania erupted internationally.
Auctioneer Ben Rogers Jones stated: “It was proper that the poster needs to be delivered to our public sale rooms in Colwyn Bay, solely three miles from the venue the place The Beatles performed that evening.
“My hope is that it’s going to go to anyone native to the world who was on the gig however there’s certain to be enormous curiosity from elsewhere as the marketplace for Beatles memorabilia is colossal.”
The Colwyn Bay public sale takes place on 23 Could; Hopkin’s garments can be offered at a separate occasion in Cardiff on 2 June.