Chuck Berry - signed autograph page by the Rock'n'Roll legend Chuck Berry, signed in the UK, in the early to mid 60's. Very nice clear signiture, signed in a blue pen, a little staining on the page, but does not effect the signiture. The main signed autograph page measures about 110mm x 60mm, it is mounted with two colour photos [re-prints] one on stage and one back stage, already professionally mounted and ready to frame. Very rare and fully genuine autograph of one of the greatest Rock'n'Rollers of the fifties and sixties. Over all size of the mounted autograph & photos is about 470mm x 345mm
Abba - Fully signed album sleeve from Abba's 'The Album', signed in the UK, in the late 70's. Full set of all four  band members. Three of the band members [Bjorn, benny & Agnetha] have signed in a blue ink pen, the other band member [Frida] has signed in a blue fountain pen, which has not taken to the laminated album sleeve as well as the ink pens, but is still very readable, she has also signed it with a 'heart' as she normally does. It is very rare and now very difficult to get all four band members on one album sleeve. These are fully genuine autographs of one of the greatest 'Pop' bands of all time. Over all size of the glassed frame is about 465mm x 685mm
Gene Vincent - B&W photo signed by Gene Vincent, signed in the UK, in the early to mid 60's. Very nice clear signiture, signed in a blue pen, which reads " Best Wishes & Regards Gene Vincent". The main signed photo measures about 195mm x 240mm, it is mounted in the middle of two other B&W stage photos [re-prints] of a similar size, just right and ready to frame. Very rare and fully genuine autograph of one of the greatest Rock'n'Rollers of the fifties and early sixties. Over all size of the mounted photos is about 340mm x 735mm
The Cure - 'The Beach Party' Concert Tour Programme from 1986, fully signed by all five  band members, including Robert Smith. 24 page tour programme in EX+ condition, hard to come by, let alone fully signed. The size of the programme is about 190mm x 310mm.
The Eagles - LP inner sleeve signed by both Glenn Frey and Don Henley, signed in the uk in the late 70's in London. Nice clear signitures of both of the main band songwriters, measures about 300mm x 300mm, idea for framing.
Kiss - First Kiss [Mercury Records PRO 792] 1990, US issue, promo only, includes unreleased demos etc, also signed on the front by Gene, Bruce and Eric. The record is in NM condition, with a good full gloss, clean and bright, the labels are in NM condition, and they are clean and bright, the picture sleeve is in NM condition, clean and bright.
Slade, full set of the period 70's signitures, [Noddy Holder, Jimmy Lea, Dave Hill & Don Powell] all four band members have signed in blue ink on two auotgraph book pages. Noddy and Jimmy on one page and Dave and Don on the other, pages measures about 120mm x 70mm each. The signitures have been mounted with four stunning colour prints on the band on stage from the early 70's and a 5th colour print of the band from a photo shoot, again a good period image as all of them are, over all mount measure about 760mm x 520mm. All four signitures are nice and clear, and it is getting harder to find a full set of the bands signitures from the glam rock days of the 70's
Paul McCartney & Wings autographs, three signitures, Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney and Denny Laine. All signed on one piece of autograph book page in blue ink. The autographs were obtained at Hull University on the 11th February 1972, as part of Wings UK Tour of unannounced concerts at Universities around the the UK, the other two band members Denny Seiwell and Henry McCullough were not obtained by the original vendor as she did not reckonise them as 'band members'. The autograph page measures about 140mm x 100mm, and this page has been mounted along with two later 70's photos of the three band members, overall size of the mount is about 380mm x 310mm. The autographs are very clear and look great mounted with the photos, the mount is wrapped in a cellephane wrap for protection, which can be removed, hence the slighty poor quality of the images.
Quotes from Wikipedia
McCartney had formed Wings for the purpose of having a band to go on the road with, and he wasted no time in doing just that. During the waning years of The Beatles, notably during the Get Back sessions, he had suggested they return to live performances by showing up unannounced at pubs and playing for the patrons, but the idea was never seriously considered by the other Beatles. From 2 to 7 February 1972, Wings held rehearsals for the tour at London's Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA). The rehearsals were filmed by Tyncho Films, and titled by McCartney as The ICA Rehearsal, and features footage of: "The Mess", "Wild Life", "Bip Bop", "Blue Moon of Kentucky", "Maybelline", "Seaside Woman", "My Love", "Give Ireland Back to the Irish" and "Lucille".
McCartney took the band on an impromptu tour of the United Kingdom's universities, showing up unannounced and performing for whoever happened to be on campus. The band's intended first stop on the tour, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, had no suitable venue, so the band moved on to the more receptive Nottingham. Admission to the first show which was held at 12 noon in the Portland Building Ballroom was GBP 0.40, proceeds being split up equally among the band members. At Hull, the word circulated fast, and a full hall of about 800 welcomed Wings at 50p per head.
The Walker Brothers - fully signed promo card from the mid/late 60's. Signed by Gary, Scott and John on the front of a B&W promo card, with Fan Club, Management and Agents details on the back. The B&W promo card measures about 105mm x 135mm and is in EX+ condition, with the signitures all written in blue ink and are very clear, idea for framing.
The Beatles - George Harrison, autogragh/ signature, a very nice and clear signature from about 1963/64, the heyday of Beatlemania. George has signed his name in full, in blue ink on an inner white/ die-cut poly LP sleeve. The vendor had a chance meeting with the Beatle at a hotel, in the South West of England, and the only piece of paper that was availble for signing was an inner sleeve from a LP record which the vendor was carrying. Which according to the vendor George was happy to sign, although they joked about it not being a Beatles record that he was carrying. The overall size of the sleeve is 300mm x 300mm, and could be trimmed to about 80mm x 60mm for mounting with a good period photo of George.