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Rockhurst Auctions' "Rock & Roll, Hollywood, Sports and Americana Auction" ends December 11

Bidding ends Saturday, December 11, 2021, for the Rockhurst Auctions' "Rock & Roll, Hollywood, Sports and Americana Auction," featuring 685 offerings of Elvis Presley, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and other Rock & Roll artifacts.
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Bidding will end this Saturday, December 11, 2021, for the Rockhurst Auctions' "Rock & Roll, Hollywood, Sports and Americana Auction."

The auction features 685 offerings of Elvis Presley, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and other Rock & Roll artifacts, including 100s of autographs (all certified by Beckett Authentication), personally owned clothing, jewelry, photography, records and more. 

Featuring a Collection of Original Rock & Roll Album Cover Paintings by Legendary Artists David Willardson, Charles E. White, III and Robert Grossman

Featuring Collection of WS "Fluke" Holland Legendary Drummer for Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins​ - INCL. 1960 Johnny Cash "Nudies" "Man in Black" Stage-Worn Shirt - One of the Earliest Examples Cash's Performance Clothing

Highlights include:

Elvis Presley Stage Worn Neostyle Nautic Prescription Sunglasses with Smoky Red Lenses


Elvis Presley Owned Motorcycle Belt with "EP" Monogrammed and Pasaryu Karate FIST - Gifted to a Worker at Graceland


Original Painting for Little Richard's 1972 LP Second Coming by Dave Willardson (Airbrushed Guache on Board)


Original Painting for John Lee Hooker's 1973 LP John Lee Hooker's Detroit by Rober Grossman (Airbrushed Guache on Board)


1960 Johnny Cash "Nudies" "Man in Black" Stage-Worn Shirt - One of the Earliest Examples Cash's Performance Clothing


RIAA Gold Record Award for The Beatles 1970 LP Let It Be - Certified in 1970 – Early White Linen Matte Style


Ringo Starr Signed Drum Sticks in Framed Display (LE 274/500) with Matching Numbered Lithograph


RIAA Gold Record Award for The Rolling Stones 1965 Single "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" - “Presented to Charlie Watts”


Rolling Stones Signed 1964 U.S. Tour Program – Incredible Period Signatures from Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman


To view the entire auction, register and bid, visit rockhurstauctions.com.