Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including Rolling Stones, Oasis, Tractor, Led Zeppelin & More

…..big hitters this week include some incredible Rolling Stones rarities, rare vintage tour programmes, also oringinal pressed Stones vinyl and autographed items, more-Smiths rarities in the shape of promotional posters from the UK and US, Oasis ‘Masteplan’ vinyl boxset, highly sought after rare prog/psych by Tractor on John Peel’s Dandelion label, Japanese Papersleeve CD sets, Led Zeppelin original pressed vinyl and BBC boxset and much, much more….Here’s a few to whet the whistle, see them all here

ROLLING STONES Autographed 1964 Fanclub Publicity Photo: Wonderful April 1964 UK 10″ x 8″ Publicity Photograph from the fan club, depicting a black & white group shot of the five-piece line-up with the period signatures of Keith Richards in red ballpoint pen, Bill Wyman & Charlie Watts in blue biro, a rare signing by Brian Jones in blue, & what could be an early experimental signature by Jagger in dark blue, or from the fan club’s secretary. It isreasonable to suggest that Jagger was experimenting with his signature at this early stage with the backwards ‘J’, yet much like other Stones autographed items from ’64 we have had, this is not the first time Jagger’s signature has been thrown into question, more info here
OASIS The Masterplan: Rare 1998 UK limited edition Fan Club mail-order only 14-track box set containing seven 10″ vinyl discs, including discography & lyrics on individual picture sleeves & an eight page colour booklet, housed in a superb 11″picture box. This copy remains factory sealed from new, unopened and unplayed, in the original card mailer box, more info here
TRACTOR Tractor: Rare 1972 UK 8-track LP on John Peel’s Dandelion label, regarded as a classic ‘lost’ album in prog/psyche rock circles. This band were so promising that John Peel actually funded the purchase of their PA system & part funded their recording studio, not something that you would do lightly when you have as many contacts in the business as John Peel did, more info here

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