Massive Rock n Roll Auction

- Press Release will auction more than 800 lots of Beatles, rock and
roll, music and entertainment memorabilia. The auction ends on June 28th.

The rock and roll event will feature one of the most amazing Bruce
Springsteen collections ever assembled boasting items from all seven of his
bands dating back to his earliest days of performing. Included are handwritten
lyrics and set lists, contracts, rare handbills, posters and even a signed
high school yearbook, plus the guitar that is featured in the 'Tunnel of Love"
program book.

The ever popular Beatles are a main stay in each auction and for this
auction, is auctioning their most unusual Beatles
artifact to date - the actual front door to the Beatles Apple Records lawyer,
Nat Weiss' office which was signed and anointed by John Lennon, Paul
McCartney, George Harrison, Carly Simon Taylor, James Taylor, Cat Stevens and
other notables. John's amazing signature is 12.5" x 2.5" and is by far the
largest one known to exist! The bidding starts at $15,000 and it is estimated
that it will fetch well over $75,000. There are many other handwritten and
signed Beatles items featured including a signed poster, program, photo and

Other notable Beatles items include a rare historical receipt signed by
the 5 original Beatles: John, Paul, George, their original bassist, Stuart
Sutcliffe, and their original drummer, Pete Best. Another amazing piece of
Beatle history is the original master tape for the Beatles first concert which
was only shown as a "closed circuit broadcast" from Washington D.C.. This is
the ONLY known complete and original print.

The publicity surrounding's previous sale of a poster
for The Beatles 1966 concert at Shea Stadium for a world record $132,000
brought out another previously unknown copy that will be offered this time in
addition to another fine example of the poster for The Beatles Cleveland
appearance in 1966. In addition there are other concert posters, handbills,
tickets and memorabilia from the beginning of their careers right up to their
final concert performances in 1966.

One of the rare Beatle records offered is the original withdrawn cover
version of the LP Yesterday and Today known as the "butcher" cover, sealed
with a letter from the original promo man Allen Livingston, valued at over

Other rock notables include KISS members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss'
original and complete stage costumes, along with Elvis Presley, Duran Duran
and Michael Jackson outfits.

An exceptional item, worthy of being in the Smithsonian is Woody Guthrie
personal copy of Bartlett's Quotations in which he has added over 500 personal
entries, many of them signed, with revealing and important notes in his own
hand. An original road case stenciled and used by The Doors became Jim
Morrison's favorite seat to smoke pot on!

Continuing with the astounding array of rare concert posters that fans and
collectors have come to expect from are posters including
the 1st European Jazz Festival in 1949 with jazz great Charlie Parker, Miles
Davis, Django Reinhardt, and others plus many other important early jazz
pieces. There's also supremely rare posters from The Rolling Stones,
Grateful Dead, The Who, Cream/Eric Clapton, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, Bob
Dylan, Nirvana, Sam Cooke, Ray Charles, The Acid Test, and all the other big

Entertainment items will include original Frank Sinatra awards, Marilyn
Monroe documents, a Golden Globe award, and even a Tonight Show Emmy award.
More info at

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