Latest Autographed rarities, including Pink Floyd, Status Quo, Marillion & more

To own a piece of our musical and cultural history and actually hold the book that Lennon held is for many collectors the Holy Grail and the missing piece to their collection. Here at eil.com we pride ourselves on being able to find the finest signed collectables available.

From The Beatles to Hendrix, Madonna, The Rolling Stones, U2 and Queen we have an amazing selection of 100% fully authenticated signed album sleeves, posters, books, photographs and even clothing, all of which come complete with a certificate of authenticity. So whether it’s a gift for a friend or simply to indulge yourself we have something for everyone in our specialist Autograph collectors store.

PINK FLOYD The Dark Side Of The Moon – Rare 2003 UK promotional only lithograph printed, produced to promote the 30th Anniversary of the album, featuring the artwork used on the Super Audio Compact Disc release, a reworking of the classic artwork by Storm Thorgerson, who has also signed and dated ‘2003’ in the bottom right corner. This very limited item was acquired from the archive of a former EMI Promotions Executive and has been professionally framed & glazed, measuring 20″ x 20″in size, ready to take pride of place on any fans wall.

JENNY HVAL & SUSANNA WALLUMRØD Meshes Of Voice – Rare 2015 Norwegian strictly limited edition 15-track double LP set, single pocket picture sleeve with lyric printed inners. The first one hundred copies were individually hand numbered & signed by both artists on the back of the sleeve in black pen, this in numbered 92/100. The sleeve shows minimal wear & the vinyl shows little evidence of ever seeing a turntable.

STATUS QUO Rock ‘Til You Drop – Autographed official 1991 UK 12″ x 12″ glossy tour programme, packed with live and behind the scenes images and includes a detailed timeline of Saturday 21st September 1991 when Quo took on the UK and won. The outer cover shows only minor signs of age and has been boldly signed by Rick Parfitt, Andrew Bown and John ‘Rhino’ Edwards across the front in a silver marker pen, also includes a ticket stub for the 8th January 1992 show at the Rivermead Centre in Reading.

PEACE Happy People – Fully Autographed 2015 UK limited edition 18-track double LP pressed on Yellow & Blue Vinyl, the second studio album by the British indie rock band including the singles Money, Lost on Me, I’m A Girl and Gen Strange, gatefold picture sleeve with lyric printed inners and download code insert printed to look like a fifty pound note. This version was only available through the groups officialweb store, signed across the front by Harrison Koisser, Samuel Koisser, Douglas Castle and Dominic Boyce in a blue marker pen.

FAITH NO MORE Set of Autographs – Nice 1995 UK page from an autograph book that has been clearly signed by Mike Patton, Trey Spruance, Bill Gould, Mike Bordin & Roddy Bottum in blue ballpoint pen. The autographs were obtained on the 2nd March that year.

MARILLION The Best Of Both Worlds – Rare Autographed official 1997 UK promotional only lithograph print, produced to promote the release of the compilation album, featuring the Mark Wilkinson and Bill Smith artwork next to each other. This has been fully signed by Fish, Mark Kelly, Pete Trewavas, Ian Mosley and Steve Hogarth, along with their then manager John Arnison and both artists Mark Wilkinson & Bill Smith all in different colour ball point pens. It looks like Mark (possibly someone else) may have also drawn a little illustration below his signature, and Fish has also written ‘Take care stay alive’ above his. This very limited item was acquired from the archive of a former EMI Promotions Executive and has been professionally framed & glazed, measuring 20½” x 16″ in size, ready to take pride of place on any fans wall.

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