• B43365 – The Beatles Mersey Beat Newspaper Volume 1 Number 18 (UK)


    An original issue of the Mersey Beat newspaper volume 1 number 18, March 22nd – April 5th 1962.
    The front cover has an advert for Brian Epstein’s NEMS Records shop, Frank Hessy musical instruments and The Beatles performance at the Odd Spot Club, Liverpool on 29th March 1962.
    Page two features a picture of The Beatles taken by Albert Marion.
    Page three features an article by Bob Wooler about The Beatles, an advert for ‘The Beatles For Their Fans’ concert that took place at the Cavern Club, Liverpool on 5th April 1962, adverts for The Beatles at the Cavern on 24th and 30th March 1962, an advert for The Beatles performance at the Pavilion Theatre, Liverpool that took place on 2nd April 1962 and an advert for The Beatles debut appearance at the Odd Spot Club, Liverpool that took place on 29th March 1962.
    Page 4 features an article about Ringo Starr, then drummer with Rory Storm and The Hurricanes, possibly joining the Seniors, in the same article it mentions that ‘John and Paul of The Beatles have written over 70 songs’, on the same page there is an advert for Peter Kaye Photography Studios.

    The back cover features a Cavern Club advert that lists performances by The Beatles on 24th March, 28th March, 30th March and 4th April 1962 and an advert for the Mersey Beat Jazz Poll 1962.

    The newspaper measures 24cm x 33cm (9.5 inches x 13 inches). The condition is very good plus.

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  • B43124 – David Bowie Penthouse Scarborough 1970 Large Format Flyer (UK)


    An original large format concert flyer for a performance by David Bowie and the Hype at the Penthouse, Scarborough on the 17th September 1970. It also promotes other performances throughout the month including Atomic Rooster, Ian Anderson, Jo-Ann Kelly and others.

    The large format flyer measures 25.5cm x 38cm (10 inches x 14.9 inches). There are light creases around the edges, a small hole in the top left corner and a small tear in the edge. The condition is very good.

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  • B27999 – David Bowie 2001 Signed Ziggy 2002 Limited Edition Lithograph 1240/2002 (UK)


    A limited edition lithograph which has been signed by David Bowie. The ‘Ziggy 2002’ artwork by Rex Ray was commissioned by Bowie for the 30th anniversary of his album ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars’. This is number 1240 of 2002 limited edition prints each of which has been autographed by the artist in the lower right corner and by David Bowie in the lower left corner. Bowie has signed his name in pencil.

    The lithograph measures 28cm x 43cm (11 inches x 17 inches). The condition is near mint.

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  • B42446 – The Beatles 1969 Alternative Abbey Road Artwork Image Iain Macmillan Collection (UK)


    A pair of ‘negative’ photographs, taken in 1969 but printed later, showing an alternative design which appeared on the front and back covers of The Beatles ‘Abbey Road’ album. The famous images are printed in monochrome and come from the collection of the album cover photographer, Iain Macmillan. The prints bear his stamp on the reverse.

    The larger print measures 30.5cm x 31cm (12 inches x 12.1 inches). The condition is very good plus.

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  • B42426 – Fleetwood Mac 1985 Mick Fleetwood Owned Drumhead With Sticker And Tour Pass


    An original Remo brand drumhead which was formerly the property of Mick Fleetwood. The drum features Mick Fleetwood’s initials logo printed on the front. It is accompanied by a Fleetwood Mac sticker and a stage pass from Fleetwood Mac’s Mirage tour in 1982. The drumhead was previously sold as Lot 524 in the Julien’s Auction Mick Fleetwood And His Fleetwood Mac Archives sale on December 4th, 2022.

    The drumhead measures 38cm x 38cm (15 inches x 15 inches). The condition is near mint. The sticker measures 12.5cm x 12.5cm (4.9 inches x 4.9 inches). The stage pass measures 8cm x 11cm (3.1 inches x 4.3 inches). There is light wear to the edges and corners of the pass and sticker. The backing paper of both is intact. The condition is very good plus.

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  • B32688 – Ginger Baker’s Air Force 1990s Contact Sheets (UK)


    A collection of 21 contact sheets bearing image relating to Ginger Baker’s Air Force. They also include images of Denny Laine and Steve Winwood. One contact sheet has an additional two images attached to it. One the reverse of most of the sheets is a Barrie Wentzell copyright sticker with the year of printing ‘1991’.

    The largest contact sheet measures 20.3cm x 25.3cm (8 inches x 10 inches). The condition overall is very good.

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  • B32325 – Led Zeppelin 1980 Eisstadion Mannheim Concert Handbill Flyer (Germany)


    An original concert handbill for a series of performances at the Eisstadion, Mannheim, Germany which took place throughout June and July 1980. Listed to perform are Santana on the 11th June, Fran Zappa on the 25th June, Led Zeppelin on the 2nd and 3rd July amongst others. There is an advertisement for train tickets on the reverse.

    The flyer measures 21cm x 29.7 (8.2 inches x 11.6 inches). There is a 0.4cm tear to the bottom edge along with some creasing. There is some slight creasing to the corners. The condition is very good.

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  • B42275 – Queen 1976 A Night At The Opera Tokyo Mini Poster (Japan)


    A rare mini poster for the Queen performance at Nichidai Koudou on the 4th April 1976. This was the group’s final performance in Japan during their ‘A Night At The Opera’ tour.

    The poster measures 36.5cm x 25.75cm (14.4 inches x 10.1 inches). It has been folded vertically down the centre and has a small crease to the top left corner. The condition is very good.

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  • B41927 – Roxy Music 1972 Debut Album Promotional Poster (UK)


    An original seventies promotional poster for the release of Roxy Music’s self-titled debut album in June 1972. The poster features the album artwork and photographs of each member of the group.

    The poster measures 51cm x 76cm (20 inches x 30 inches). It has been folded leaving vertical and horizontal crease lines. There is a pin hole in each corner of the poster. The condition is very good.

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  • B41785 – The Beatles Junior Selcol 1963 Guitar (UK)


    An original toy Beatles Junior guitar manufactured by Selcol UK. The orange guitar has the original multi-coloured strings and tuning pegs. The body is covered with a paper colour illustration of The Beatles and the printed text ‘Made In England Under License’. The sticker from the guitar head reading ‘Beatles Jnr’ is missing.

    The guitar measures 36cm (14 inches) in length. There is some wear and creasing to the front sticker and a 6cm (2.3 inches) crack on the reverse of the plastic guitar body. There is also minor marking and scratching around the bottom edge of the guitar. The condition is very good minus.

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  • B40798 – David Crosby Graham Nash Wind On The Water Promotional Kit (JAPAN)


    A Japanese promotional kit issued for the 1975 release of the David Crosby and Graham Nash album entitled ‘Wind On The Water’.  The promotional kit contains the following:


    Two Japanese issues of the LP.  One on a red Polydor label one on a white Polydor label.

    The condition of the vinyl is near mint.  The condition of the sleeves is very good plus.

    Thirty seven unused promotional stickers bearing the album cover artwork.  Each measures 10cm x 10cm (4 inches x 4 inches).  The condition of each is very good plus.

    Two Japanese text magazines with article relating to David Crosby Graham Nash.  Each magazine measures 18cm x 25cm (7 inches x 9.75 inches).  The condition of each is excellent.

    Eleven Japanese text Polydor leaflets containing details of the album.  Each measures 25.5cmx 36.5cm (10 inches x 14.5 inches).

    All of the items come housed in a plastic case bearing a sticker of the album cover on each side.  The case measures 33cm x 33cm x 8cm (13 inches x 13 inches x 3.25 inches).  The condition is very good.

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  • B40736 – Eric Clapton, Phil Collins & Others 1988 Autographed Concert By The Lake Charity Programme (UK)


    A rare programme for ‘Concert By The Lake’ charity concert at the Wintershall Estate, Bramley, Surrey on the 2nd July 1988 in aid of King Edward VII Hospital, London. The show featured performances by a host of famous artists. The programme has been autographed by the following: Gary Brooker, Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, Andy Fairweather-Low, Mike Rutherford, Howard Jones, Henry Spinetti, Rick Wills, Frank Mead, Mel Collins and Jody Linscott. Most of the signatures are back to back on the same pages.

    The set list at the show consisted of the following songs:

    You Can’t Hurry Love
    Wide-Eyed And Legless
    No One Is To Blame
    A Whiter Shade Of Pale
    I Want To Know What Love Is
    Behind The Mask
    It’s In The Way That You Use It
    All I Need

    The programme measures 21.5cm x 33cm (8.5 inches x 13 inches). The condition is excellent.

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