Just when you think you have finished a collection of an artist, something else appears seemingly out of nowhere and it may have been something you didn’t know you needed or even existed. It could be some bizarre promotional item, tour programme, some merchandise that was only given to crew working a tour or a shop display that survived all these years. We have you covered when it comes to memorabilia and have plenty of stock for you to find the right item you are looking for.
The highlights below are just the start when it comes to the memorabilia we have on hand and ready to ship to you, and you can browse that full range at eil.com
MADONNA Sex (Original legendary 1992 UK large spiral bound book featuring Madonna in many erotic poses. Superb metal cover with title stamped on the front, in [opened at top & side seam] foil outer wrapper plus the Bonus Erotica promotionalCD which has the resealable foil sleeve. Not for the faint-hearted!)
ELTON JOHN / YES Crystal Palace Bowl Garden Party II (1971 UK twelve page programme for the event that took place on Saturday 31st July that year. The event was headlined by Elton John with Yes second on the bill, along with Rory Gallagher, Fairport Convention, Hookfoot and Tir Na Nog all taking part, with Pete Drummond as compare. Not a bad line-up for your £1.25, and 15p for the programme! This example remains in a really nice condition, with only light signs of wear or age, after almost fifty years. In fact, apart from a little edge scuffing & light creases, with a light tape mark inside where a ticket was attached and includes the ticket stub for the event, this copy remains very close to how it would have been had you bought it on the day, an amazing archive artifact!).
THE BEACH BOYS / VARIOUS Crystal Palace Bowl Garden Party III (1972 UK sixteen page programme for the event on Saturday 3rd June that year. The event was headlined by Joe Cocker and the Chris Stainton All Stars, with Richie Havens, Sha Na Na and Melanie all taking part, hosted by Keith Moon. The Beach Boys, in fact, the third band on the bill, arriving onstage at 3:45pm & performing for just over an hour. Not a bad line-up for your £2.00 on the day! The programme itself has die-cut cover, that remains untorn after almost fifty years, which is nothing short of a miracle. In fact, apart from a little edge scuffing and a few light creases, and the back which has an advert for the Beach Boys, has a small amount of paper loss, otherwise a really nice example. But that is not all, this example also includes a ticket stub for the event, a fantastic item and the first we have ever seen).
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