The contract is signed by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and the group's then-drummer Pete Best.
The document is part of a 300-plus-item collection owned by German Beatles expert and collector Uwe Blaschke. Much of the collection was displayed in a Beatles-themed museum in Hamburg.
According to Heritage:
Among the collection's highlights is a vintage snapshot of 17-year-old George Harrison modeling his first leather jacket, taken in 1960 in Hamburg shortly before his deportation from Germany for being underage (est. $3,000+); a postcard sent by Ringo Starr to his grandmother from Hamburg, signed "Lots of Love, Richy xxxxx" (est. $4,000+); an autographed copy of the group's first EMI single, "Love Me Do," (est. $10,000) from 1962, and a 1961 letter from Epstein to the Top Ten Club in Hamburg concerning a Beatles booking (est. $1,500+).Here's a look at the contract and the picture of George: