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
GOO GOO DOLLS 2001 US Tour – Portait Backdrop (Rare 2001 US one-of-a-kind 45″ square backdrop, used during the tour and likely displayed at the merchandise stand. Featuring a great black & white image of the band members printed directly onto canvas, with metal eyelets around the edge aiding display at different venues. Annotated printer details along one edge confirm this to be unique ‘Copies 1 -1 Of 1′ dated ’03/09/01’. This has been stored folded for many years and there is one metal eyelet missing however this could easily be replaced, overall in really nice condition!).
GEORGE HARRISON Concert For George (Superb concert programme for the event held at The Royal Albert Hall, London on the 29th November 2002 – the first anniversary of George’s death. The programme features several beautifully presented photographs of George and many quotes. It measures 10″ x 7″ with embossed purple cover, gold titles and an orange ribbon tie. A stunning high-quality piece of memorabilia, complete with the original fold out schedule of events with full list of artists appearing, along with a ticket stub from the show, Hare Krishna ‘Thank You George’ insert and two bits of confetti from the show!).
KISS 1978 Tour (Ultra rare original 1978 Japanese 40-page tour programme from one of the groups early tours in Japan and part of the Alive II Tour, with numerous photos in colour and black & white of the group in make up, along with individual factfiles with Japanese text. This example displays only light wear or signs of age, and includes a ticket stub for the 1st April at the Budokan in Tokyo – one of the five sold-out shows at the venue, a fantastic example and the first we have everseen).
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