A set of Beatles dolls was released in 1964 by Remco. They were 5-inch dolls made from either plastic or rubber, and each of the Beatles came with his respective instrument, trimmed in gold and with his signature.
The dolls were sold separately in stores or as a set through catalog purchase. The complete set is considered more valuable, as it was sold with unique packaging that is extremely rare. However, mint-condition individual dolls and their boxes are still sought after. As of 2014, a few prototype dolls have surfaced in the collectors' market. These feature yellow instruments and black signatures and are considered some of the most valuable Beatles memorabilia available.