Rare and Investment Grade Collectables: Why Buy?

Why Buy?

  • The items we offer in this range are carefully chosen for their potential to offer a real return for the buyer.
  • In recent years the value of records/memorabilia by a select few artists has risen considerably, for example, The Beatles, The Stones, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Queen and the Sex Pistols.
  • However, spotting future collectables with investment potential is not solely restricted to these big-hitting acts, you might be surprised to learn that many of the most valuable records are by bands/acts that remain obscure to all but the most hardened collector – we can identify these for you.
  • We offer a wide price range, from the entry-level and beyond.

Here’s a few to whet your appetite, and be sure to check eil.com for the full list

Rare 1965 UK 12-track mono EXPORT issue LP that was subsequently withdrawn – not many of these escaped!
Quickly emerging as a very collectible band indeed – this was the promotional poster for the Girlfriend In A Coma single
This is an exclusively French 1977 original 31″ high by 48″ long [approx] nearly full size Piggie – very, very few of these were made and it’s the first one we’ve seen in over thirty years!
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This is the original 1969 Australian first pressing – rare as the proverbial hen’s teeth!
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Incredible find – stored by the promoter since 1976, this is the poster for the ill-fated Anarchy Tour where only three of the shows actually took place, what a line-up, what a poster, a piece of  music and social history no less!
Highly acclaimed British rock album, sold very poorly when released, prices risen steadily over the years – a great example of a largely unknown bands records that can command a high value
Rare original UK 24″ x 17″ promotional poster issued to publicise the Anonymous Records 12″ EP released in September 1978. Printed on matt paper stock, stored rolled for many years this remains in outstanding condition. The single was self-released in 1978 and was the first recording as ‘Joy Division’, shortly after changing their name from ‘Warsaw’ – an incredible artefact, beautifully preserved!




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