Monkees trading cards (and flip books) are sought-after when it comes to that distinct category of music memorabilia.
Two auctions highlight the memorabilia power of Julien’s Auctions in the coming days: the Property from the Estate of Frank and Gail Zappa auction and the 2016 Icons and Idols: Rock n’ Roll auction. Both auctions are impressive for different reasons.
From November 1-10, Bowie’s art collection will be exhibited at Sotheby’s galleries in London, giving fans, collectors, art lovers and experts a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to immerse themselves in the extraordinary range of objects that informed Bowie’s private world.
Backstage Auctions gets ready for their annual Rock Gods and Metal Monsters auction, featuring over 1,200 individual lots of memorabilia of heavy rock music.
John Lennon’s 1956 Austin Princess is being auctioned in London by the Austin Rock and Roll Car Museum on September 7, 2016.
In April, the Houston, Texas, music auctioneer presents an auction packed with many irresistible items for music memorabilia collectors — artists range from John Lennon to KISS.
Megadeth fans will have 234 different ways to bring a piece of the band’s history into their lives, thanks to Backstage Auctions’ upcoming sale. Bidding runs Dec. 1-7, 2014, for the Megadeth: The Countdown to Extinction Auction, which features several decades of the band’s historical tour memorabilia.
More than 25 collectible guitars including Les Pauls, Stratocasters and a Flying V are up for grabs at Backstage Auctions’ 2014 Rock N’ Pop Auction. The 750-lot auction, which closes for bidding beginning at 2 p.m. ET Sunday, Oct. 5, also includes concert T-shirts, photos and negatives (with full copyright transfer), posters and passes, autographs and artist-signed items, RIAA awards and vinyl records related to artists ranging from Aerosmith to ZZ Top.
Sears, Roebuck & Co. introduced the Gene Autry Round-up guitar in autumn 1932, when American families regularly tuned in to hear the Singing Cowboy.
To walk through the Martin factory and museum is to see the past, present and future of the American acoustic guitar — not to mention the stars’ guitars.