Like all records, the value would depend on the record's condition, how popular (and more importantly, how collectible) the artist is, and whether the record is rare (some rec…ords only had very limited pressings, for example those made before an artist became popular). Most Beatles records aren't worth nearly as much as anticipated or hoped for by sellers, because so many copies were sold originally, and so many people saved theirs in like-new or unplayed condition, expecting them to be worth money someday. The records also stayed in print for twenty years and more; later issues are often mistaken for earlier issues by non-collectors. Consult an expert, or rather several experts if you want to get the best price. There are websites that give that information. Just enter the name of the album in, and it should direct you to site that gives you the info you seek. You can also look up the discography in Record Collector magazine, or that magazine's Rare Record Price Guide book. (The prices listed are not what you will get, selling the record to a dealer; they are more a guide to what a collector can expect to pay for one.) Any of the websites linked below may be able to provide the value of your record. You will NOT get book value for a record that is not mint. You will NOT get book value on a record that you sell to a shop or dealer. Just keep all of that in mind if you decide to sell it..
It would depend on the condition of the album. There is a website, Beatles.com, that has a lot of that type of info. Usually around 12 or 13 dollars (MORE)