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A Turkish long-neck 7-string lute with a hollow maple body of typical form and natural finish. There is a hole to the base and seven turners to the head. The lute comes in an unrelated soft carry bag. Comes from the personal collection of Peter Green, former lead guitarist of Fleetwood Mac. This item was lot 7 in the Bonhams ‘Man Of The World Peter Green Collection’ sale held in London on 28th June 2023.
The lute measures 110cm (43.3 inches) in length. The condition of the lute is excellent.
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A cardboard printed proof for The Smiths 12 inch single entitled ‘I Started Something I Couldn’t Finish’. The proof measures 64cm x 35cm (25.25 inches x 13.75 inches). The condition is very good plus. This was originally part of Geoff Travis’ Rough Trade archive and comes complete with our COA stating this.
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An original decorative gargoyle from the walls of the Cavern Club, Liverpool. This was one of several which were displayed in the Cavern while it was under the ownership of Roy Adams between 1969 and 1973. The green gargoyle is made of moulded fibreglass with red perspex eyes and mouth holes.
The gargoyle is from the estate of Roy Adams. The gargoyle measures approximately 73.5cm x 62cm (29 inches x 24.5 inches) at the widest points. There are two 1.5cm (0.5 inch) holes in each ear of the gargoyle, which presumably resulted from fixing the decoration to the wall. General wear, minor chips and fading are present at various places. There is a chip to the right ear and the right side of the mouth. The condition of the gargoyle is good.
B34974 – Bob Dylan 2008 Drawn Blank Series Two Sisters Signed Limited Edition Lithograph 211/295 (USA)£2,950.00Add to basket
A limited edition lithograph of Bob Dylan’s ‘Two Sisters’ painting, which was part of his 2008 Drawn Blank Series, published by Washington Green Fine Art. It was produced using the giclée method of printing on Hahnemüle Museum Etching paper. It has been numbered 211/295 and signed by Bob Dylan in the bottom right corner in pencil. The print has been framed in a silver frame which measures 83.8cm x 70.5cm (33 inches x 27.6 inches). There is some wear to the corners of the frame, the condition very good. The lithograph measures 56cm x 70cm (22 inches x 27.5 inches). The condition of the lithograph is mint.
The lithograph is accompanied by the original numbered letter of authenticity signed by Bob Dylan.
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A limited edition lithograph of Bob Dylan’s ‘Trailer’ painting, which was part of his 2013 Drawn Blank Series, published by Washington Green Fine Art. It was produced using the giclée method of printing on Hahnemüle Museum Etching paper. It has been numbered 181/295 and signed by Bob Dylan in the bottom right corner in pencil. The print has been framed in a silver frame which measures 67.7cm x 84.8cm (26.7 inches x 33.4 inches). The condition of the frame is very good. The lithograph measures 56cm x 70cm (22 inches x 27.5 inches). The condition of the lithograph is mint.
B34365 – Bob Dylan 2013 Drawn Blank Series Sidewalk Café Signed Limited Edition Lithograph 148/295 (USA)£3,200.00Add to basket
A limited edition lithograph of Bob Dylan’s ‘Sidewalk Café’ painting, which was part of his 2013 Drawn Blank Series, published by Washington Green Fine Art. It was produced using the giclée method of printing on Hahnemüle Museum Etching paper. It has been numbered 148/295 and signed by Bob Dylan in the bottom right corner in pencil. The print has been framed in a silver frame which measures 83.2cm x 106.5cm (32.8 inches x 42 inches), the glass has been removed from the frame. There is some marking to the frame with some damage to the bottom corners. There is some staining and some damage to the left edge of the mount. The condition of the frame and mount is very good. The visible part of the image measures 61cm x 84cm (24 inches x 33 inches). The condition of the lithograph is mint.
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A complete set of the re-printed Beatles Monthly magazines. In total there are 321 issues starting with the first issue from May 1976 and ending with the final issue from January 2003. Numbers 1 to 77 (i.e. May 1976 to September 1982) were called The Beatles Appreciation Society Magazine Book. This consisted of 4 pages of Beatles related news and photos etc. and a re-printed copy of the original sixties Beatles Monthly. From October 1982 the title of the publication was changed to The Beatles Monthly Book. This was printed in the same format as the original issues, but the new look publication contained a multitude of colour and black and white images of The Beatles that were not published in the original sixties’ monthlies. Also, each issue contained interesting articles and features on the group by respected journalists, commentators, and associates of The Beatles. Plus, the monthlies contained all the contemporary news concerning the latest Beatles releases, events etc. A handful of the magazines have writing on either the front or back cover, this is usually the recipient’s name or the first line of their address. The condition of the monthlies is as follows: 20 are very good, 5 are very good plus and the remainder are excellent to near mint.
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A Spanish Vincente Tatay Tomas acoustic guitar that was formerly owned and used by Rory Storm in the 1960s. The guitar. The guitar comes with a photograph of Rory holding the guitar on a beach in Europe and also a letter from Rory’s sister, Iris Caldwell stating its authenticity. The guitar has some damage to the body which has been covered with tape and also a crack on the front. The condition is fair.
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An original 1964 toy ‘Beatles New Beat’ guitar manufactured by Selcol UK. The orange and red guitar has no strings, two pegs and the original red rope strap, with a circular Beatles group sticker and ‘New Beat’ in mounted silver lettering at the top of the body and facsimile signatures printed at the bottom. There is also a small Selcol sticker visible on the inside of the guitar body. It comes in the original box with large front sticker. The condition of the guitar is good plus. There is some substantial damage to the bottom edge of the box where the cardboard has torn and come apart, possibly from water damage. The condition is fair.