The Crickets, early 60/61 line up including Glen W Hardin, Sonny Curtis, Jerry Naylor, autograph album page measuring about 110mm X 95mm, ideal for mounting and framing, c/w with a photo of the band members. Good clear signatures of this classic band line up, when they were commercially successful and also having chart hits in there own right. Also comes with a small but nice B&W photo of the band.
Eden Kane has also signed on the reverse side of this album page.
A 1963 flyer/ handbill, which mentions Johnny Kidd and The Pirates and also Mike Berry, the flyer been stuck into a scrap book, but is complete, measures 130mm x 200mm in size, a little tatty around the edges. Also comes c/w a clipped signiture of Mike Berry.
A 1962 signed flyer/ handbill of Mike Sarne, the flyer has been stuck into a scrap book, so does have a little markings on the back, a little creased but complete, and measures 200mm x 165mm in size.
A 1965 signed flyer/ handbill, of P. J. Proby, the flyer has been clipped in the corners, and has a couple of holes, and only measures 190mm x 180mm in size, and has tape stains on the middle right hand side. Proby has singed in pencil, but is still very clear and an idea item to frame.
A 60's signed piece of paper from the great late Gene Pitney, the paper and signiture has been clipped and only measures 90mm x 70mm in size, but would look great framed and mounted with a photo.
A 60's signed piece of card from the great Joe Brown, the card and signiture has been clipped and only measures 65mm x 50mm in size.
A unused promo sticker for the Ramones 'Rocket To Russia' from 1977, signed on the reverse by Joey Ramone. Came direct from a EMI employee, very rare sticker and signiture, measures about 100m x 100mm in size.
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich, 60's signed B&W press photo, not very clear on some of the signitures and photo does have a couple of creases and rips on the edges. The photo is about 200mm x 250mm in size.
Gerry Marsden's [Gerry and The Pacemakers] stage worn and used leather guitar strap from the early sixties, and it is also signed by Gerry [etched into the leather with a pen ]. This white leather stage used guitar strap of Gerry's was given to one of the support bands guitarists as a sorveinir of the show from about 1964 in South West of England, upon which, he asked Gerry to sign it, which he did, using a pen Gerry heavily etched his name in to the leather strap. Over all condition of the white leather is excellent, but it is showing a few signs of age, and the length is about 114cm [44 inchs] long, this is a very rare concert used item from the hey day of the Merseybeat era of the 60's.