Favourite Five Paper Collectables from last week

The-Jam-The-Jam-Reissue-S-555669THE JAM The Jam Reissue Series -Rare and original 1992 Japanese trifold 4″ x 8″ handbill for the band’s entire album reissue series with mini-album artwork, tracklisting and biography section [in Japanese] as well as the release information for the ‘Extras’ albumwith the single release The Dreams Of Children


EVERY WHICH WAY / JACKSON HEIGHTS / RARE BIRD / AUDIENCE Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool – 1971 UK flyer for a Charisma Records package tour date in Liverpool on 18th February. Put together by Tony Stratton-Smith, this gig was unusual in that it featured two post-Nice bands in the Charisma-Records-Philharmonic-Hall-640378uncredited Jackson Heights & Brian Davison’s Every Which Way, along with label favourites Rare Earth & Audience, both riding on the crest of a wave at the time. As a point of interest, the original owner haswritten the set lists as played, but only lists Jackson Heights, Every Which Way & Audience, so it is possible that Rare Earth did not play that evening & Jackson Heights were the late replacements with Audience being promoted to headliners. A novel and interesting piece of forty year old memorabilia that is sure to interest anyone interested in the bands themselves or the early moves of Charisma Records


DAVID BOWIE The Man Who Fell To Earth  – Rare quantity of ELEVEN 10″ x 8″ black & white photographic prints featuring stills from the 1970s film starring David Bowie. All eleven photographs feature shots of Bowie in the title role







A-HA Foot Of The Mountain – From the personal collection of Martin Goldsmith, responsible for licensing & merchandising for some of the biggest organisations and for A-Ha-Foot-Of-The-Mount-640301many of the worlds iconic events. What we have here is a rare 2009 UK proof print for the limited lithograph, featuring the album artwork by Martin Kvamme, Archival Giclee and screen printed on Heavy 330gsm Paper. The actually produced print were limited to only 195 copiesand hand signed by this artist with a size of 18″ x18″, this print measures 27″ x 27″ in size and has been hand numbered ‘P/P1’ to show this was not one of the limited run, there is also an embossed ‘d’ logo in the bottom left corner, as canbeen seen in our second image below. A fantastic item which just needs to be framed and displayed


CREAM Royal Albert Hall Poster  – 2005 UK second edition limited lithograph poster print for the bands reunion shows at the Albert Hall between 1st and 5th May 2005, featuring a pop-art style image of the band above text with details of the gigs designed by John Van Hamersveld. This differs from the Madison Square Gardens image by using alternative colours for the band picture with a red background a deeper shade. Measuring 24″ x 36″ in size & printed on heavyweight textured paper. Thishas been stored rolled and remains in a really nice condition, ideal for mounting and displayingCream-Royal-Albert-Hall-637788


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