Latest Autographed collectables at, including Orbital, Dr Hook, Bruce Hornsby & more

We all love collecting items from our favourite artist, be it Vinyl LPs, CD’s, Cassette’s, Posters and memorabilia. But there is nothing as good as owning something that has been autographed by the star of choice.

Here at & 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.

We have something for everyone, please check our specialist Autograph collectors store.

DR HOOK Live In The UK – Autographed 1981 UK 24-page 9½” x 13″ tour programme packed with photos, information & discography details. The cover displays some light general wear and is otherwise in really nice condition. This has been signed by Billy Francis, Ray Sawyer and Dennis Locorriere on the discography page all in ball point pen).

BRUCE HORNSBY Non-Secure Connection – Autographed 2020 UK limited edition 10-track LP pressed on Blue Dream Vinyl. The singer, songwriter, composer and bandleader returns with a follow-up that picks up from the critically acclaimed 2019 album, Absolute Zero, features a wealth of collaborators: singer James Mercer of The Shins and Broken Bells, singer and poet Jamila Woods, Living Colour guitarist Vernon Reid, Bon Iver leader Justin Vernon and the late Leon Russell, who appears thanks to a demo that he and Hornsby recorded together more than 25 years ago. The vinyl is UNPLAYED, housed in a picture sleeve which has be signed by Bruce Hornsby on the front, and remains factory sealed in the hype-stickered shrink.

PETULA CLARK Petula Clark’s Hit Parade – Autographed 1966 UK 12-track stereo vinyl LP, housed in a front laminated flipback picture sleeve which has been nicely signed ‘love Petula Clark’ on the front in blue pen, with a small ‘authentic memorabilia’ hologram sticker below it. This collector’s item comes complete with a bonus 7″ x 4.5″ publicity photo of Petula in black & white, which has also been signed in the same way in black marker pen!

LINDISFARNE Dance Your Life Away – Scarce original 1986 UK 10-track vinyl LP including the singles Shine On & One Hundred Miles To Liverpool. Complete with its illustrated inner which displays the album credits as well as the lyrics to the title track, the vinyl looks barely played and sits inside the glossy picture sleeve shows a little shelfwear to the edges but also features SEVEN AUTOGRAPHS on the front with Rod Clements, Marty Craggs & Alan Hull’s signatures all clear to see in purple pen however, alongside them you can faintly see the penmanship of Ray Laidlaw, Ray Jackson, Steve Daggett and ‘Isaac Kite’ [aka Si Cowe – who apparently is very well known for not signing his actual name], these four autographs have all been written in a yellow or perhaps light green pen and are very hard to see but have been authenticated by a long-time fan of the band who also worked with them in the past and was able to confirm them immediately upon seeing them. A fantastic opportunity for a fan to obtain this unique full set of signatures!

ORBITAL Monsters Exist – Autographed 2018 UK limited edition lithograph print, featuring the great ‘balloon’ image from the back of the box set, measuring approximately 16½” x 23½” in size, signed by the brothers Phil and Paul in a silver marker pen. Looks fantastic and ideal for framing & displaying.

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