It’s all thanks to former record company “office boy” Murray Macaulay.

He worked for the Fab Four at their own Apple Records in 1970 when he was aged just 17.

Murray bought whisky and cigarettes for Ringo, guitar strings for George and delivered legal papers to John Lennon.

His memorabilia includes a legal document found in a bin and the headphones from the recording studio.

At the age of 71 he’s decided to part with his mementos and they will go under the hammer at Hansons Richmond.

The guide price is £2,000-£3,000.