The Beatles: figurines, Invicta Plastics brooch & two scatter pins
A set of Beatles figurines marked Hong Kong No167BB, The Fabulous Beatles Jewellery Brooch in the form of a guitar shaped brooch by Invicta Plastics and two Golden Beatles scatter pins, one featuring a beetle on the guitar and another with four beetles on musical bars (4) supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity
|1||Set of eight pin badges depicting The Beatles in different outfits originally purchased by vendor's father from The Cavern Club in Liverpool||150||250||Bid Live|
|2||Beach Boys: three 45s, including 'Why Do Fools Fall in Love' / 'Fun Fun Fun' picture sleeve Capitol Records 5118, 'Graduation Day' / 'Be True to Your School' Capitol Stereo P-4334 promo disk and 'Don't Worry Baby' / 'I Get Around' Capitol Records Mono 5174 supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity||250||300||Bid Live|
|3||The Beatles: An autographed publicity photograph, the colour photograph taken in Abbey Road signed by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr in blue ballpoint pen by Lennon, silver marker pen by McCartney, blue marker pen by Harrison and black marker by Star, mounted together with certificate of authenticity from Heroes and Legends , California||3000||3500||Bid Live|
|4||Pink Floyd: A drum skin signed by the band, 1980s, the Remo Weatherking drum skin signed in black marker pen by Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Manson and Richard Wright, with applied paper label 'Pink Floyd The Wall' measuring approx 35 x 35cm together with certificate of authenticity from Heroes and Legends , California||800||1000||Bid Live|
|5||Elvis Presley: An autographed receipt with original signature printing block, 1950s, the reciept signed and inscribed 'thanks' in pencil, along with an original printing block bearing his signiture used by Elvis' management to bulk print his signature together with certificate of authenticity from Professional Autograph Authentication Services||1000||1500||Bid Live|
|6||Bob Dylan: An autographed ticket for the Isle of Wight Festival, 1969, signed to verso in faded black marker pen supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity||250||300||Bid Live|
|7||Abbey Road Studios: six original wall tile (baffle) from the control room of Studio Two removed during refurbishment in 1983 supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity||800||1200||Bid Live|
|8||Elvis Presley: Two autographs, 1960s, one in black fountain pen inscriped 'To Ben' and signed, the other signed in blue ball point pen Provenenance : letter from and photo os recipient with Elvis||100||150||Bid Live|
Elvis Presley: handwritten lyrics for ‘Young & Beautiful’, 1958
from the movie soundtrack to 'Jailhouse Rock'
Lyrics paper measures 30.5cm x 20.5cm
Frame measures 53cm x 83.5cm supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity
Elvis Presley: measurements for movie and stage costume, 1956
Trude Forsher's original type written memo noting Elvis' measurements, the original office reference copy which she kept for wardrobe and costume people to use. A rare and personal piece of Elvis memorabilia.
Each lot comes with a Letter of Authenticity from Trude's son.
This lot is illustrated in the book 'The Love Me Tender Diaries' by Trude Forsher, edited by her son.
Dimensions: 21.5cm x 13cm supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity
|11||Joan Fontaine (1917-2013) American Actress, pair of personally owned and worn white gloves with an autographed photograph, white kid leather gloves donated by Joan for the 'Seeing the Stars Charity Auction' with a colour headshot signed in black fountain pen together with "Seeing the Stars" (charity) certificate of authenticity||300||350||Bid Live|
Elvis Presley: previously personally owned and worn patterned shirt, Monzini knit by Monticello, 1960s
a blue and white patterned long-sleeved shirt labelled Monzini knit by Monticello
Elvis Presley, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the Elvis Presley Museum
From the collection of Madame Tussauds
|15||A flyer for Bob Dylan at the 1969 festival listing other performers including The Who, Fat Mattress, King Crimson and many others with ticket order form on reverse, together with a programme and complete two-day ticket for the event, both designed by David Roe. Lot also includes a flyer for the Dylan Film 'Don't Look Back' at the ICA (4) supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity||180||220||Bid Live|
|16||An original Sony Walkman||60||80||Bid Live|
|17||Gibson acoustic guitar signed by American Country Music stars, 1999, including She Daisy, The Wilkinsons, Lonestar in black marker pen||5000||6000||Bid Live|
Jimi Hendrix Rainbow Bridge Concert The Late Show, 1 of 100 gold mounted record,
issued in recognition of its worldwide success, limited edition collectors series 1 of 100 supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity
|19||Willy Barrett & Two Names, 'Organic Bondage' Limited Edition LP, 1986, collectors' edition in plywood sleeve, limited edition of 100||200||250||Bid Live|
Led Zeppelin: four unused ticket display, Chicago, 1980 a set of four unused tickets for concerts that were cancelled due to John Bonham's sudden death, mounted and framed, limited edition numbered 0227/2000
Tickets for concerts scheduled to take place in mid November 1980 went on sale to the public through newspaper adverts on 24th September however the next day fans awoke to news of John Bonham's death. The concerts were cancelled and printed tickets were never sent out to fans. These tickets were preserved by one collector who created this limited edition commemorative set. supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity
|21||Paul Newman: autographed still from 'Blaze', 1989, signed in blue ball point pen to lower left hand corner, glazed and framed||40||60||Bid Live|
|22||The Beatles: Liverpool Echo 'John Lennon Shot Dead', 1980, collection of nine original newspapers from 9th December 1980||1000||2000||Bid Live|
|23||clipping of two headshots signed in blue ink and 8 x 10 candid press shot supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity||100||150||Bid Live|
|24||The Who: Tommy prop The Daily Information newspaper, 1975, original prop newspaper with headline 'Pinball Wizard in a Miracle Cure', glazed, framed||60||80||Bid Live|
|25||MU51C TV Registration plate on retention certificate||8000||8000||Bid Live|
|26||Pink Floyd: autographs - a piece of white paper signed Rick Wright, Nick Mason and Roger the Dodger (Waters), all in pencil supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity||180||200||Bid Live|
|27||Elvis Presley: a handwritten autographed letter to a fan, circa 1959, a single sheet of note paper with a letter of thanks written across 16 lines in blue ink by Presley, thanking Kathy and telling her how he looks forward to returning home to 'start entertaining again and doing the things I really love to do', stamped to bottom left with USA army details, mounted with print of Elvis||400||600||Bid Live|
|28||The Beatles: John Lennon, a selection candid photographs of John and Yoko, including family Christmas photographs||300||350||Bid Live|
|29||signed by all four band members Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, Brian May and John Deacon in black brio in each of the four corners, framed supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity||800||1200||Bid Live|
|30||Selection of film stills including The Hearse, Roseland The Eternal Prom starring Teresa Wright and Lou Jacobi, Dustin Hoffman, various dates||80||120||Bid Live|
Queen / Freddie Mercury: in-house record company award
from Warner Pioneer Japan congratulating Mr Freddie Mercury on the superlative album A Night at the Opera, 1976, serial number P-10075E supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity
Hist: Queen Victoria previously personally owned and worn black feather aigrette
the black feathers curled to create a delicate plume
Measures 21cm tall
Purchased at auction by Madame Tussauds in 1982 from the collection of a descendant of a Lady in Waiting to Queen Victoria
N.B. The aigrette was a fashionable new hair ornament in the 1890s supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity
Queen: A BPI Gold Award for the album ‘A Night at the Opera', 1975
presented to Freddie Mercury, in recognition of more than £250,000 worth of sales in the UK supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity
|34||Jimi Hendrix Rainbow Bridge Concert The Late Show, 1 of 100 gold mounted record, issued in recognition of its worldwide success, limited edition collectors series 1 of 100, records include Jimi Hendrix & Curtis Knight on London label, Jimi Hendrix Experience on Track Record, Barclay French releases on LP and 45s along with Gered Mankowitz 'Jimi hendrix' The Complete Masons Yard Photo Sessions (QTY) supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity||150||200||Bid Live|
|35||The Beatles Japanese EMI CD sales award for The Beatles Past Masters Volume Two Presented to EMI records in recognition of excellent sales in 1988 Toshiba - EMI Ltd, mounted, framed along with The Beatles The Collection CD box set edition 309||250||300||Bid Live|
|36||The Rolling Stones: Concert and promo posters including an original Decca promo poster for the single ‘Jumpin' Jack Flash’, 1968, black and white poster, Decca F12782, The Rolling Stones: Knebworth Fair concert poster by Hipgnosis, 1976, The Rolling Stones: UK Tour poster, UK Tour poster by John Pasche, 1971 in co-operation with John and Tony Smith and two lithographs of concert poster ‘Tour of Europe 79', published by Musicom, lithograph printed on heavy, acid free stock and individually numbered 3035 / 5000 and 3044/5000 respectively, visible platemarks, the posters were offered for sale during the 1994 tour as official merchandise authorised by The Rolling Stones and Musicom International (5)||400||600||Bid Live|
The Beatles / Paul McCartney: psychedelic US concert poster, 1990
A promotional poster for Bill Graham Presents Paul McCartney Memorial Stadium 31 Mar 1990, lithograph BGP 37 Bill Graham Singer Tea Lautrec Litho San Francisco, signed in silver ink by David Singer to bottom left supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity
The Beatles / Paul McCartney: previously personally owned and worn brown fringed leather jacket
A well worn leather jacket, with fringe braiding to front and along the arms
Given by Paul McCartney to JoJo Laine (Denny Laine's ex-wife) who provides a letter of authenticity explaining how Paul often wore this jacket on his farm in Scotland where she lived on and off for years
supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity
|39||The Beatles: Paul McCartney, signed LP 'Pipes of Peace' signed to the verso in faded ballpoint pen by Paul along with a psychedelic US concert poster, 1990, A promotional poster for Bill Graham Presents Paul McCartney Memorial Stadium 31 Mar 1990, lithograph BGP 37 Bill Graham Singer Tea Lautrec Litho San Francisco, signed in silver ink by David Singer to bottom left||150||200||Bid Live|
|40||The Beatles: John Lennon, 'How I Won the War', 1967, lobby card, glazed and framed along with a print of John Lennon in the role of Musketeer Gripweed, signed in pencil by the photographer||60||80||Bid Live|
|41||The Beatles: A copy of 'Grapefruit' with an original drawing by John Lennon, First British Commonwealth Edition, Peter Owen, London, 1970, hardback with dust jacket, the original drawing in black felt pen of Yoko Ono's smiling face with text "Hi! My name is John Lennon I'd like you to meet Yoko Ono" as in the introduction to the book. The original drawing is one of only seven that John Lennon drew especially for the publication of the book. Provenance : vendor worked for Queen magazine in 1960s/70s||15000||18000||Bid Live|
|42||Silver screen: Gracie Fields autographed headshot, signed in blue fountain pen to lower left corner along with a Will Fyffe letter, typed, signed and mounted||60||80||Bid Live|
|43||Collection of art by Michael Jackson five pieces comprising Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse, Mickey Mouse head, Donald Duck head and Snow White head||12000||15000||Bid Live|
An original signed artwork by John Lennon called the "Shroud of Tourin" created in the autumn of 1966 just after his comments about the Beatles being more popular than Jesus caused a stir in the US.
The unique and rarely seen canvas is similar to the original shroud in Turin in that it is hard to see and the details emerge only after close examination.
The shroud measures 26.5 X 18 inches and it is believed that the words on it later morphed into the song "Strawberry Fields".
The image"s title "Shroud of Tourin" is a reference to his dislike of touring " he had been on the road for years at that stage. Indeed it was after Lennon"s quip that the band was more popular than Jesus that they ceased touring.
The canvas shows a picture that is three dimensional. It has Lennon wearing two pairs of glasses and a Batman symbol across his chest.
He has his fists held in front of him, with "love" and "hate" written on the knuckles.
To the left is a cross on a hill with a crown above it and the word "Elvis".
Words are written across the image. They include: "Spectacles - wife child love - maijhuana [sic]," "Holy Batman I knew this would happen," and below the drawing of a radio "tune in if you want."
The "shroud" has been owned by a collector for many years
|45||The Rolling Stones: Knebworth Fair concert poster supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity||40||60||Bid Live|
Former tour manager and 'fifth member of Status Quo' Bob Young was the 'Young' in Young & Moody.
supplied with Cooper Owen certificate of Authenticity
Measures approx. 19 x 19 inch. (48 x 48 cm)
|47||A sketch drawn by the late Jerry Garcia at Highgate, Vermont, USA. The sketch shows the view from the backstage hospitality area of the green mountains. Provenance : Owned by employee of North East Concerts||1000||3000||Bid Live|
|48||A signed sketch by Stevie Ray Vaughan depicting his #1 Fender Stratocaster drawn in Saratoga New York, 1990 with the inscription "Take Care and Enjoy Living, Stevie Ray Vaughan 90"||2000||3000||Bid Live|
|49||A handwritten letter from Phoebe Snow (born Phoebe Ann Laub) describing positive things that are happening in her life and describing meeting Paul Mcartney at an industry function.||500||1500||Bid Live|
|50||An original black and white drawing of Darth Vader from the Star Wars films by Michael Jackson measuring 12" x 18" together with certificate of authenticity issued by Roger Epperson Authentication Ltd||2500||3000||Bid Live|
|51||An original artwork of Michael Jackson as a teenager by Michael Jackson measuring 12" x 18" together with certificate of authenticity issued by Roger Epperson Authentication Ltd||2500||3000||Bid Live|
|52||Britney Spears stage worn t-shirt depicting a baby tiger with flowers and a butterfly together with certificate of authenticity||200||250||Bid Live|
|53||Britney Spears stage worn football jersey together with certificate of authenticity||200||250||Bid Live|