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An original seventies concert handbill promoting a performance by David Bowie at the Town Hall, Torquay on 16th June 1973. The flyer also promotes a performance by Chicken Shack on 22nd June. It comes from the collection of promoter Lionel Digby.
The handbill measures 20.5cm x 12.5cm (8 inches x 4.9 inches). There is a small crease to the lower right corner. The condition is excellent.
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An original unused concert ticket for the cancelled Sex Pistols performance that was due to take place at the 400 Ballroom, Torquay, England on 5th October 1976. The ticket is number 00099. It comes from the collection of the shows’ promoter Lionel Digby.
The ticket measures 14.25cm x 6.75cm (5.5 inches x 2.6 inches). The condition is near mint.
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A napkin that has been signed by each member of The Who: Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle and Keith Moon. The napkin has also been signed by Spencer Davis (twice), Steve Winwood, Pete York and several others. The autographs were obtained at the Regal Cinema, Edmonton, London on 17th April 1966. The napkin measures 32cm x 33cm (12.5 inches x 13 inches). There is some tape staining on the edges. The condition is very good minus.
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Three pages that have been taken from various autograph books which have been signed by The Rolling Stones as follows:
Mick Jagger has signed in blue pen on one on the blue pages. He has added the inscription ‘to Christine’ above his name.
Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts have signed in blue ballpoint pen on the other blue page. Charlie has added the group name ‘the Rolling Stones’ next to his signature and the word ‘Love’ above it,
Keith Richards and Brian Jones have signed in black ballpoint pen on a yellow page.
The blue pages each measure 12.2cm x 7.7cm (4.75 inches x 3 inches). The yellow page measures 11.5cm x 9.5cm (4.5 inches x 3.75 inches). The condition of the set is very good plus.
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A black and white Beatles Star Pics merchandising photograph that has been autographed on the reverse by George Harrison in blue ballpoint pen. The signature dates to 1963.
The photograph measures 15.2cm x 19.5cm (6 inches x 7.65 inches). The condition is excellent.
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A UK 7 inch vinyl record sleeve for the 1969 John Lennon Plastic Ono Band single entitled ‘Give Peace A Chance’. It has been autographed on the front cover by Ringo Starr in black ballpoint pen. Ringo has added the inscription ‘To Barbara love’ to the left of his name. The signature dates to the 1970s. The condition is very good minus.
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A piece of lined paper that has been signed by The Beatles in blue ballpoint pen. The autographs were obtained in the Bristol area in 1963. The vehicle registration number written at the top of the paper ‘6834 KD’ is that of The Beatles Bedford touring van. The signatures come with a letter from the previous owner that reads as follows:
‘This set of Beatles autographs has been in my possession since 1993. They were given to me by a dear family friend who obtained them when his record store “Bill’s Discs” sold the most copies of The Beatles albums in Bristol and was invited to meet the band by record distributors’.
The paper measures 7.8cm x 11cm (3 inches x 4.25 inches). Staining in places. The condition is very good minus.
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A part of a police charge sheet that has been autographed by The Beatles in blue ballpoint pen. The autographs were obtained by a policeman who was given the job of driving The Beatles after their performance at the City Hall, Newcastle, England on 23rd November 1963.
The autographs are accompanied by a letter from the previous owner that reads ‘These autographs were obtained on 23rd November 1963 when The Beatles played the City Hall in Newcastle upon Tyne. They are written on the reverse of a police charge sheet. PC326 Harry Peart of Newcastle City Police (now Northumbria Police) who was the Chief Constable’s driver at the time, was given the task of driving the band from the venue to their hotel in a black Mariah police van’.
The sheet measures 19.75cm x 15.5cm (7.75 inches x 6.1 inches). It has been previously folded leaving crease lines and there is a tape stain to the reverse of the document. The condition is very good.
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An original large format ticket stub for the premiere of The Beatles first ever feature film ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ that took place at London Pavilion, London, England on 6th July 1964. The Beatles and their manager Brian Epstein attended the event as well a host of others including The Rolling Stones. The ticket is numbered as row D, seat 36 in the grand circle.
The ticket measures 18.5cm x 11.5cm (7.25 inches x 4.55 inches). There is a small crease and a few handling marks in the gold area of the ticket. The condition is very good plus.
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A UK paperback copy of Yoko Ono’s ‘Grapefruit’ book signed by John Lennon and Yoko Ono on the flyleaf. John Lennon has signed in black ballpoint pen and Yoko Ono has signed in blue felt tipped pen. Yoko has added the inscription ‘To Luke with love,’ above her name, John has added the word ‘and’ before his name. The signatures were obtained on the second launch day of the paperback edition, 16th July 1971 at Claude Gill bookshop, London, England.
The book is accompanied by a letter from the original recipient that reads ‘I attended the launch of Yoko Ono’s book “Grapefruit” in its first paperback edition by Sphere Books, at the Claude Gill bookshop at the Marble Arch end of Oxford Street, London, in 1971. Yoko Ono and John Lennon were there, and probably about 2000 fans and press photographers trying to squeeze into the bookshop. I asked Yoko Ono to sign my copy of her book, which she did, inscribing it to my six year son, Luke. In the mayhem I did not actually see John Lennon sign it, but I have always thought the signature to be genuine’.
The book measures 13cm x 13cm (5.1 inches x 5.1 inches). There is some light creasing to the cover and discolouration to the spine. The condition is very good.
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An original EMI flyer that was produced to promote the Paul McCartney and Wings album ‘Red Rose Speedway’ which was released on 4th May 1973. The flyer has been autographed on the reverse by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney, Denny Laine and Denny Seiwell. Paul has signed in black pen, Linda has signed in blue ballpoint pen drawing a heart with an arrow going through it under her signature, Laine and Seiwell have signed in pencil. The autographs were obtained at the Oxford New Theatre, Oxford, England on 12th May 1973.
The flyer measures 15cm x 21cm (5.9 inches x 8.2 inches). It has been previously folded leaving a horizontal crease mark across the middle. The condition is very good.