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
FREDDIE MERCURY The Freddie Mercury Photographic Exhibition (1996 UK 20-page 13″ x 9½” glossy brochure featuring reproductions of great Freddie photographs from his childhood through to his live performances with Queen, with full captions. A great item).
YOKO ONO The Road Of Hope (2011 Japanese only high quality 74-page hardback photo book to commemorate the winner of the 8th Hiroshima Art Prize, Yoko Ono. The art prize aims to communicate the peace-loving spirit of Hiroshima to the wider world through contemporary art and is awarded every three years to an artist who has contributed or has a proven record in global peace. This book features details about Yoko and her art with text on Yoko by Ryuichi Sakamoto, along with great images of Yoko and her art with chronology at the back – with text in Japanese & English. Also comes with an exclusive 7-track CD featuring ‘Hiroshima Sky Is Always Blue’ exclusive track recorded at Paul McCartney’s studio, plus her past songs for peace. Only available from the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, this copy is in ‘near as new’ condition and comes in the original MOCA carrier bag).
HAWKWIND Autographs (From circa 1980 and the Levitation period of the band, we have a page of lined paper which has been folded in four. Nothing special so far, we know, but this has been signed by the touring line-up of Huw Lloyd-Langton, Harvey Bainbridge and Ginger Baker all in blue point pen, and Dave Brock in red. But hang on, we haven’t finished yet. The same line-up has signed the same bit of paper twice, we don’t know why but would sure make a unique display item).
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