It’s strange to think that out there in the world there are U2 branded disco balls, miniature toy cars emblazoned with Madonna’s logo, or even prophylactics from dutch metal band, Hammerfall. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the memorabilia that record companies have produced to help promote artists on their roster, and if you are looking for that interesting piece to add to your collection then you have come to the right place.
We’ve picked out a few of the rare and interesting highlights we have in stock, and you can find the full catalogue of what’s available over at eil.com
QUEEN Queen II – Royal Mail Framed Stamp Enlargement (Official framed enlarged stamp print of the iconic Queen II album cover including an individually mounted Queen II stamp. Hand-made in the UK for the Royal Mail in an edition limited to just 500 hand-numbered copies, mounted, framed and plexi-glazed. Measures approximately 17-inches square. This edition sold out in minutes!).
GREGG ALLMAN Low Country Blues (Super rare 2011 official limited edition lithograph print obtained directly from Rounder. The image is presented in beautiful copper and black tones, hand-numbered from an edition of just 300 examples – this isnumber 161/300 – and is personally signed Gregg Allman. Measuring approximately 29-inches x 15-inches, framed and glazed. Very stylish and highly desirable).
JOAN ARMATRADING The Key (Official 1983 UK 16-page tour programme featuring tour dates and venues, biography and band information and some great photos. The cover shows a little creasing, but the inner pages remain in excellent condition).
Find more rare and collectable memorabilia at eil.com, and if you are looking to sell items, contact 01474 815099
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