A mix of more than 500 instruments ranging from banjos to ukuleles bring $1 million at auction.
Beatles fans rejoice: The entire Fab Four archive of early Beatles photographs by Astrid Kirchherr — many of which have never been published before — is heading to auction.
The Astrid Kirchherr Beatles Archive is slated to hit the auction block early this fall via a New York Auction house.
Artists and songwriters from across the EMI family have been supporting the Red Cross to raise funds fo people affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
This week, the classical master, Bach, is the meat in a Fab Four record auction sandwich.
This time around we’ll look at current and upcoming auctions, then check out some highlights from recent memorabilia auctions.
Jump suits — these are the ultimate in Elvis Presley memorabilia. The current world Elvis auction record is $300,000 paid for a peacock jump suit worn in several 1974 concerts. Even his Bentley sold for less!
Recent auction results for vinyl and CDs.
To start with, we have the very rare Rolling Stones Promotional Album from 1969 on the Decca label. Only a few hundred copies were pressed for U.S. and U.K. radio stations.
First up is the ultra-rare A&M Records pressing of the Sex Pistols’ “God Save the Queen,” in EX+ condition. 25,000 of these were reportedly pressed in 1977, but the single was scrapped and most copies destroyed.