The collection comes from US entrepreneur and producer Michael Gleason and includes the musicians performing more than 60 songs.
The recordings, made for television show Live from Abbey Road, were made using 90 microphones and eight high-definition film and digital cameras.
Gleason said the recordings “look like a movie, sound like a record”.
Each lot, with a starting estimate of $7000, includes a flash drive with master audio and video recordings, a dub plate, photos of the artists, and a signed certificate of authenticity from Gleason.
The auction in London takes place on June 20.