Former 16 magazine editors Randi Reisfeld and Danny Fields have consigned loads of photos, press releases, interview tapes, handwritten notes and other items from their personal collections for the upcoming 16 Magazine Pop Culture Auction being run by Backstage Auctions starting in September. Literally saved from the dumpster are tons of never-before-seen photographic material of acts like the Jackson 5, The Beatles and the Bay City Rollers, among others.
On the heels of its first successful sports and entertainment sale in June, Collect.com Auctions has announced its first forays into the world of antiques and music memorabilia.
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Heritage Auction Galleries sold nearly $650,000 worth of music, TV and movie memorabilia in its Signature Music & Entertainment Memorabilia Auction held June 5 and 6. In the music category, an acoustic guitar owned and used by Elvis Presley attracted the highest final bid, selling for $26,290, including buyer’s premium. Elvis played the guitar in the movie “Follow That Dream” and it had been on display at the Warner Bros. Museum in Hollywood until its previous owner decided to put it up for sale.
SongVest, a company which auctions portions of song rights as collectibles, has announced that its next major online auction will include R&B and dance hits written by Midnight Star founding member Reggie Calloway. Scheduled for Dec. 12-19 at songvest.com, the auction will include songs written for Midnight Star, The Calloway Brothers, LeVert, Klymaxx and Gladys Knight And The Pips.
Holy grails don’t get any holier than this, especially for Northern Soul acolytes. Going up for auction, starting March 14, is one of only two known copies — and the only one in acceptable playing condition — of Frank Wilson’s “Do I Love You (Indeed I Do),” considered by many to be the most valuable ultra-rare 45 record in the world.
Any fan of Ringo or The Beatles looking to add to his or her collection has a lot to choose from in Backstage Auctions’ “All Access Rock Auction” which runs through Oct. 19, 2008.
SongVest sale starting Oct. 4, 2008, lets fans collect memorabilia — and a paycheck — with favorites from The Monkees, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Garth Brooks and more.
Heritage puts Kurt Cobain’s watch and Buddy Holly’s last signed item up for auction on Oct. 4, 2008.
The song goes that you can’t always get what you want, but if what you seek is the artwork for the Rolling Stones famous logo, you’re in luck.