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Peel's vintage horn gramophone was among the items auctioned.

On 14 June 2022, a limited number of rare records and memorabilia items from John Peel's Record Collection were auctioned at Bonhams, London, on behalf of Peel's family. A statement from the family said:

“In going through the accumulation of 40 years of pop music moments, we decided that some of the most interesting items might find a home, with fans of his programme or of the artists whose music he played. Bonhams have assisted us to carefully select what is being offered for sale, and we hope these items find the attention and appreciation that we’re sure John/Dad would feel they warranted. We had no desire to split up his beloved record collection but have included in the sale a selection of particularly rare or unique records that do not take away from the integrity of his archive.”[1]

The 200 lots went under the hammer for a total of £465,783, with 90% sold by lot and 97% sold by value. The top lot was a test pressing of the single 'Anarchy In The UK / I Wanna Be Me' by The Sex Pistols, which sold for £20,400 against a pre-sale estimate of £6,000 - 8,000.[2]

Items from the auction are listed below, reordered by category and by artist/subject (alphabetically, then chronologically), with further details via numbered links to the Bonhams online catalogue.

LPs

  • The Beatles: An Autographed Copy Of The Album, 'The Beatles, (The White Album)', 1968. Sold for £10,200 inc. premium. [3]
  • Marc Bolan: An Acetate Recording Of The Unreleased Album, ‘Hard On Love’, 1972. Estimate: £5,000 - £6,000. [4]
  • Captain Beefheart: Four Acetate Recordings, 1968. Sold for £3,825 inc. premium. [5]
  • Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: An Acetate Recording Of The Album, 'Strictly Personal', 1968. Sold for £4,462.50 inc. premium. [6]
  • The Clash: A Promo Copy Of The Album ‘Give 'Em Enough Rope’, 1978. Sold for £2,167.50 inc. premium. [7]
  • The Damned: An Autographed Copy Of The Album ‘Damned Damned Damned’, 1977. Sold for £2,040 inc. premium. [8]
  • The Damned: ‘Damned Damned Damned’, 1977. Estimate: £1,500-2,000. Sold for £1,912.50 inc. premium. [9]
  • Nick Drake: 'Five Leaves Left', 1969. Sold for £3,187.50 inc. premium. [10]
  • Bob Dylan: Acetate Recordings, Believed From 'The Basement Tapes' Sessions, 1967/68. Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000. [11]
  • Eddie And The Hot Rods: A Test Pressing Of The Album ‘Life On The Line’, 1977. Estimate: £400 - £600. [12]
  • The Faces: An Acetate Recording Of The Album ‘A Nod's As Good As A Wink To A Blind Horse’, 1971. Sold for £484.50 inc. premium. [13]
  • Joy Division: An Advance Copy Of the Album ‘Unknown Pleasures’, From Manager Rob Gretton To John Peel, 1979. Sold for £3,825 inc. premium. [14]
  • John Lennon: A Test Pressing Of the Album ‘Imagine’, 1971. Sold for £3,187.50 inc. premium. [15]
  • John Lennon/Yoko Ono: A Mono Pressing LP ‘Two Virgins’ Annotated by John Lennon and Yoko Ono, 1968. Estimate: £15,000-20,000. Sold for £15,300 inc. premium. [16]
  • John Lennon/Yoko Ono: An Acetate Recording Of The Album, 'Unfinished Music No.1 Two Virgins', Gifted To John Peel By John Lennon, 1968. Sold for £3,570 inc. premium. [17]
  • John Lennon/Yoko Ono: An Autographed Copy Of The Album, 'Unfinished Music No. 2: Life With The Lions', 1969. Estimate: £6,000 - £8,000. [18]
  • Yoko Ono/John Lennon: Test Pressings Of The Albums 'Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band' and 'John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band', 1970 (2). Sold for £5,737.50 inc. premium. [19]
  • Queen: 'Queen II', With Letter To John Peel From Freddie Mercury, 1974. Estimate: £1,000-1,500. Sold for £16,575 inc. premium. [20]
  • The Ramones: A Demo Pressing Of The Album 'The Ramones', 1976. Sold for £2,550 inc. premium. [21]
  • The Rolling Stones: A Factory Sample Pressing Of The Album 'Beggars Banquet', 1968. Sold for £3,825 inc. premium. [22]
  • The Rolling Stones: An Autographed Copy Of The Rare 'Promotional Album', 1969. Estimate: £6,000-8,000. Sold for £11,475 inc. premium. [23]
  • The Rolling Stones: An Apple Acetate Recording Of The Album, 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!', 1970. Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000. [24]
  • The Sex Pistols: A Test Pressing Of The Album ‘Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols’, 1977. Sold for £11,475 inc. premium. [25]
  • Synanthesia: An Acetate Recording Of The Album 'Synanthesia', 1969. Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000. [26]
  • Thin Lizzy: A Factory Sample Pressing Of The Album ‘Remembering Part 1’, 1976. Estimate: £400 - £600. [27]
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex: Test Pressing Of The Album 'Prophets, Seers And Sages, The Angels Of The Ages', Inscribed By Marc Bolan, 1968. Sold for £3,570 inc. premium. [28]
  • The Who: 'My Generation', 1965. Estimate: £800 - £1,000. [29]

Singles

  • Blind Faith: A Promo Pressing, 'Change Of Address From June 23rd 1969/Sales Office', 1969. Sold for £408 inc. premium. [30]
  • Kate Bush: An Autographed Box Set, The Single File 1978-1983, 1984. Sold for £956.25 inc. premium. [31]
  • The Clash: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘London Calling’, 1979. Sold for £5,100 inc. premium. [32]
  • Elvis Costello & The Attractions: An Acetate Recording Of ‘I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down’, 1980. Sold for £382.50 inc. premium. [33]
  • The Cure: ‘Jumping Someone Else's Train/I'm Cold’, 1979. Sold for £892.50 inc. premium. [34]
  • The Cure: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Jumping Someone Else's Train’, 1979, Sold for £3,187.50 inc. premium. [35]
  • The Cure: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘A Forest’, 1980, Sold for £2,295 inc. premium. [36]
  • The Cure: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Close To Me’, 1985. Sold for £1,083.75 inc. premium. [37]
  • The Damned: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Smash It Up’, 1979. Sold for £4,080 inc. premium. [38]
  • Hawkwind: A Demo Pressing Of The Debut Single 'Hurry On Sundown/Mirror Of Illusion', 1970. Estimate: £600 - £800. [39]
  • The Jam: An Acetate Recording Of The Double-A Side Single ‘David Watts/"A" Bomb In Wardour Street’, 1978. Sold for £3,570 inc. premium. [40]
  • The Jam: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Eton Rifles’, 1979, Sold for £2,805 inc. premium. [41]
  • The Jam: An Acetate Recording Of ‘Dream Time’ From The Album ‘Sound Affects’, 1980. Sold for £1,147.50 inc. premium. [42]
  • Jethro Tull: A Demo Pressing Of The Debut Single 'Sunshine Day/Aeroplane', 1968. Sold for £765 inc. premium. [43]
  • Joy Division: A 7″ ‘An Ideal For Living’, 1978, with Letter from Stephen Morris. Estimate: £4,000-6,000. Sold for £6,375 inc. premium. [44]
  • Joy Division: ‘An Ideal For Living’, 1978. Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000. Sold for £6,375 inc. premium. [45]
  • Joy Division: An Ideal For Living, 1978. Estimate: £5,000 - £7,000. [46]
  • Joy Division: An Acetate Recording Of ‘New Dawn Fades’, 1979. Estimate: £5,000 - £6,000. [47]
  • Joy Division: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Transmission’, 1979. Sold for £5,737.50 inc. premium. [48]
  • Joy Division: A Limited Edition Single ‘Licht Und Blindheit’, 1980. Sold for £2,550 inc. premium. [49]
  • Joy Division: An Acetate Recording Of The 7inch Flexidisc ‘Komakino/Incubation/As You Said’, 1980. Sold for £4,462.50 inc. premium. [50]
  • B.B. King/Ike & Tina Turner: An Unusual Apple Acetate, 1970. Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000. [51]
  • John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band: A Test Pressing Of The Single ‘Instant Karma’, 1970. Sold for £3,570 inc. premium. [52]
  • John Lennon/Yoko Ono: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Happy Xmas (War Is Over)’, 1972. Sold for £2,295 inc. premium. [53]
  • The Misunderstood: An Acetate Recording Of 'My Mind/Children Of The Sun', circa 1969. Sold for £446.25 inc. premium. [54]
  • Nirvana: A Limited Edition U.S. Pressing Of The Single, ‘Love Buzz/Big Cheese’, 1988. Sold for £8,925 inc. premium. [55]
  • Oasis: An Acetate Recording Of ‘I Am The Walrus’, 1994. Sold for £1,530 inc. premium. [56]
  • Yoko Ono/John Lennon: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Midsummer New York’, 1971. Sold for £765 inc. premium. [57]
  • Yoko Ono/John Lennon: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Mrs Lennon’, 1971. Sold for £828.75 inc. premium. [58]
  • Pink Floyd: A Demo Pressing Of The Single 'It Would Be So Nice', 1968. Estimate: £1,200 - £1,500. [59]
  • Pink Floyd: An Acetate Recording Of The Single 'Point Me At The Sky', 1968. Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000. [60]
  • Queen: A Test Pressing Of The Single ‘Now I'm Here/Lily Of The Valley’, 1974. Sold for £2,550 inc. premium. [61]
  • Queen: A Test Pressing Of The Single ‘Bohemian Rhapsody/I'm In Love With My Car’, 1975. Sold for £1,402.50 inc. premium. [62]
  • Queen: A Test Pressing Of The Single ‘You're My Best Friend/'39’, 1976. Sold for £1,020 inc. premium. [63]
  • The Rolling Stones: An Acetate Recording Of 'Sympathy For The Devil', 1968. Sold for £2,295 inc. premium. Sold for £3,825 inc. premium. [64]
  • Sex Pistols: Test Pressings Of The Single ‘Anarchy In The UK/I Wanna Be Me’, 1976. Sold for £20,400 inc. premium. [65]
  • Sex Pistols: A Test Pressing Of The Single ‘God Save The Queen/Did You No Wrong’, 1977. Sold for £8,925 inc. premium. [66]
  • Sex Pistols: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Pretty Vacant’, 1977. Sold for £8,925 inc. premium. [67]
  • Sex Pistols: A Test Pressing Of The Single ‘Pretty Vacant/No Fun’, 1977. Sold for £3,825 inc. premium. [68]
  • Siouxsie And The Banshees: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Love In A Void/Mittageisen’, 1979. Sold for £956.25 inc. premium. [69]
  • Siouxsie And The Banshees: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Christine’, 1980. Sold for £1,083.75 inc. premium. [70]
  • Sisters Of Mercy: A Promo Box Set, 1984. Sold for £1,530 inc. premium. [71]
  • The Smiths: A Test Pressing Of The Debut Single ‘Hand In Glove/Handsome Devil’, 1979, Amended. Sold for £2,805 inc. premium. [72]
  • The Smiths: An Autographed Copy Of The Single ‘What Difference Does It Make?/Back To The Old House/These Things Take Time’, 1984. Sold for £2,550 inc. premium. [73]
  • The Smiths: A Test Pressing Of The Single ‘Girlfriend In A Coma/Work Is A 4 Letter Word/I Keep Mine Hidden’, 1987. Sold for £5,355 inc. premium. [74]
  • The Specials: An Acetate Recording Of ‘Message To You Rudy’, 1979. Sold for £765 inc. premium. [75]
  • The Specials: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Do Nothing/Maggie's Farm’, 1980. Sold for £701.25 inc. premium. [76]
  • The Stranglers: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘No More Heroes’, 1977. Sold for £2,167.50 inc. premium. [77]
  • T. Rex: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Get It On/There Was A Time/Raw Ramp’, 1971. Sold for £2,805 inc. premium. [78]
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex: An Acetate Recording Of The Single 'Pewter Suitor', 1969. Estimate: £2,500 - £3,000. [79]
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex: A Test Pressing Of The Single 'King Of The Rumbling Spires', 1969. Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000. [80]
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex: An Acetate Recording Of The Single 'By The Light Of A Magical Moon', 1969. Sold for £1,020 inc. premium. [81]
  • U2: THREE (‘Out Of Control/Stories For Boys/Boy-Girl’), 1979. Sold for £10,837.50 inc. premium. [82]
  • U2: THREE (‘Out Of Control/Stories For Boys/Boy-Girl’), 1981. Sold for £14,025 inc. premium. [83]
  • U2: ‘The Joshua Tree’ Collection Promo Box Set, 1987, Sold for £1,657.50 inc. premium. [84]
  • The Who: An Acetate Recording Of The Single ‘Join Together/Baby Don't You Do It’, 1972. Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500. [85]

Posters

  • The Allman Brothers Band: An Original Summer Campaign Knebworth Hall Concert Poster, 20th July 1974. Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [86]
  • Beggar's Banquet Records: A Record Label Compilation Poster, 1977. Sold for £127.50 inc. premium. [87]
  • Brotherly Love: A Promotional Poster And A John Peel Lecture Poster, 1973 (2). Sold for £191.25 inc. premium. [88]
  • Captain Beefheart: A Bill Graham Fillmore Auditorium Concert Poster, 28th-30th October 1966. Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [89]
  • The Clash: Two Promotional Posters, 1977 (2). Sold for £637.50 inc. premium. [90]
  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience: A ‘Christmas On Earth’ Poster for Olympia, 1967. Estimate: £1,000-1,500. Sold for £5,355 inc. premium. [91]
  • Joy Division: A Rare Promotional Poster For The Album ‘Unknown Pleasures’, 1979. Estimate: £3,000-4,000. Sold for £3,825 inc. premium. [92]
  • Joy Division: A Rare Factory 10 + 4 Silver Insert Promotional Poster, 1979. Sold for £3,187.50 inc. premium. [93]
  • Joy Division: A Rare Factory 10 + 4 Black Insert Promotional Poster, 1979, Sold for £3,187.50 inc. premium. [94]
  • Joy Division: A Rare 'Leigh Open Air' Festival Poster, 25th-27th August 1979, Amended. Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000. [95]
  • The Kinks: An Original Promotional Poster For The New Single ‘Father Christmas’, 1977. Sold for £178.50 inc. premium. [96]
  • John Lennon/Yoko Ono: A C.N.D. 'Easter Festival For Life' Flyer Featuring John & Yoko, Sunday 29th March, 1970. Sold for £1,147.50 inc. premium. [97]
  • Mike Oldfield: An Original Promotional Poster For The Tubular Bells Album, 1973. Sold for £701.25 inc. premium. [98]
  • John Peel: A 'Disc & Music Echo' Poster, circa 1970. Estimate: £300-£500. Sold for £357 inc. premium. [99]
  • John Peel: A Birmingham University Union 'Xmas Party' Poster, Saturday 8th December 1979. Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [100]
  • John Peel: A Leicester Polytechnic Ents Concert Poster, Saturday 10th February (possibly 1980). Sold for £510 inc. premium. [101]
  • John Peel: A Nottingham University Student's Union 'Musical Extravaganza' Poster, Friday 30th January 1981. Estimate: £400 - £600. [102]
  • John Peel: A Lowestoft College & Norfolk Students Union Concert Poster, Friday 6th March 1981. Estimate: £300 - £500. [103]
  • John Peel: A Small Poster for The John Peel Roadshow, Saturday 28th January, (year unknown). Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [104]
  • John Peel: A North Cheshire College Student's Union Christmas Ball Poster, 17th December 1982. Sold for £280.50 inc. premium. [105]
  • Pink Floyd/John Peel An Important and Rare 'Evolutions' Southampton University Concert Poster, Friday 26th January 1968. Estimate: £8,000-£10,000. Sold for £8,925 inc. premium. [106]
  • Pink Pop '79: An Original Concert Poster With Line-Up Including Rush, Elvis Costello, Dire Straits And The Police, 4th June 1979. Sold for £127.50 inc. premium. [107]
  • Psychedelia: A Hapshash & The Coloured Coat-Style Poster, 1960s. Sold for £637.50 inc. premium. [108]
  • The Sex Pistols: A Rare ‘Anarchy In The UK’ Tour Poster For The Cancelled Show at Charlton Theatre In Preston, 10th December 1976. Sold for £5,737.50 inc. premium. [109]
  • The Sex Pistols: An Original Promotional Poster For ‘God Save The Queen’, 1977. Sold for £5,737.50 inc. premium. [110]
  • The Sex Pistols: A Large Promotional Poster For The Album ‘Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols’, 1977. Sold for £4,462.50 inc. premium. [111]
  • The Sex Pistols: An Original Promotional Poster For ‘Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols’, 1977. Sold for £1,785 inc. premium. [112]
  • The Sex Pistols: An Original ‘We Stock Sex Pistols Whilst Stocks Exist’ Promotional Banner, 1977. Sold for £1,657.50 inc. premium. [113]
  • The Sex Pistols: A US ‘Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols’ Cartoon Promotional Poster, 1977. Sold for £1,020 inc. premium. [114]
  • The Sex Pistols: An Original Promotional Poster For ‘The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle’, 1979. Sold for £510 inc. premium. [115]
  • The Sex Pistols: An Original Promotional Poster, ‘From Beyond the Grave,’ 1979. Sold for £446.25 inc. premium. [116]
  • Subway Sect: An Original Promotional Poster For ‘Nobody's Scared’, 1978. Sold for £1,402.50 inc. premium. [117]

Memorabilia

  • Altered Images: Two 'Silver' Disc Awards For The Singles ‘I Could Be Happy’ And ‘Happy Birthday’, 1981 (2). Sold for £573.75 inc. premium. [118]
  • The Beatles: A 'Yellow Submarine' Premiere Ticket, 17th June 1968. Sold for £956.25 inc. premium. [119]
  • Belle & Sebastian: A 'Gold' Disc Award For The Album The Boy With The Arab Strap, 2000. Sold for £892.50 inc. premium. [120]
  • Big Country: A 'Gold' Disc Award For The Album ‘The Crossing’ With Note From The Band To John Peel, 1983. Sold for £2,805 inc. premium. [121]
  • Marc Bolan: A Set Of Complete Handwritten Lyrics For 'Frowning Attawulpa sic (My Inca Love)', 1968. Sold for £1,912.50 inc. premium. [122]
  • Marc Bolan: Two Handwritten Notes From Marc Bolan To John Peel, Late 1960's. Sold for £2,422.50 inc. premium. [123]
  • Marc Bolan: Complete Handwritten Lyrics Titled 'Pewter Sewter' sic And 'Warlord Of The Royal Crocodiles', 1968/69. Sold for £2,167.50 inc. premium. [124]
  • Marc Bolan: A Selection Of Letters From Marc Bolan To John Peel, Late 1960's. Sold for £1,912.50 inc. premium. [125]
  • David Bowie: A Signed Postcard to John Peel, circa 1967. Sold for £2,295 inc. premium. [126]
  • David Bowie: An Early Five-Sided Handwritten Letter With Stage Sketches, Signed. Estimate: £3,000-4,000. Sold for £4,845 inc. premium. [127]
  • David Bowie: An Autographed Full Page Typed Letter 'Beckenham Days', circa 1969. Sold for £3,187.50 inc. premium. [128]
  • David Bowie: An Autographed Typed Note With Annotated Address, circa 1969. Sold for £2,805 inc. premium. Sold for £3,187.50 inc. premium. [129]
  • David Bowie: An Official Long-Sleeve T-Shirt, 1977. Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [130]
  • Captain Sensible: A 'Silver' Disc Award For The Single ‘Happy Talk’, 1982. Sold for £612 inc. premium. [131]
  • Eric Clapton: An Official Concert T-Shirt, 31st July, 1976. Sold for £255 inc. premium. [132]
  • The Clash: Two Official Promotional T-Shirts, Late 1970s/Early 1980s. Sold for £956.25 inc. premium. [133]
  • Crass: A Unique and Hand-Made Booklet For Crass's Recording Session, From The Band To John Peel, 28th March 1979. Sold for £1,912.50 inc. premium. [134]
  • The Damned: A Signed Publicity Photograph, Late 1970's. Sold for £828.75 inc. premium. [135]
  • Elastica: A 'Gold' Disc Award For The Album ‘Elastica’, 1995. Sold for £765 inc. premium. [136]
  • Factory Records: A Selection of Items From Factory To John Peel, 1980's. Sold for £1,657.50 inc. premium. [137]
  • The Fugees: A 'Platinum' CD Disc Award For The Album ‘The Score ‘And The Single ‘Killing Me Softly’, 1996. Sold for £357 inc. premium. [138]
  • PJ Harvey: A 'Gold' CD Disc Award For The Album ‘Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea’, 2000. Sold for £637.50 inc. premium. [139]
  • The Jam: An Official Tour T-Shirt, 1977. Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [140]
  • Led Zeppelin: An Official Promotional T-shirt, 1973. Sold for £1,020 inc. premium. [141]
  • Led Zeppelin: An Official Tour T-Shirt, 1977. Sold for £535.50 inc. premium. [142]
  • John Lennon/Yoko Ono: Bag One And Apple Ephemera, circa 1969-1971. Sold for £1,275 inc. premium. [143]
  • John Lennon/Yoko Ono: A Signed Christmas Card, circa 1969. Sold for £2,805 inc. premium. [144]
  • John Lennon/Yoko Ono: A Postcard From John Lennon To John Peel, 'Sorry About The Monkey', July 1970. Sold for £6,375 inc. premium. [145]
  • John Lennon/Yoko Ono: A Signed Copy Of Yoko Ono's 'Grapefruit'. First Sphere Books Edition, 1971. Sold for £5,100 inc. premium. [146]
  • John Lennon/Yoko Ono: A Note Regarding Forthcoming Demos, 1971. Sold for £1,657.50 inc. premium. [147]
  • Phil Lynott: An Autographed Copy Of His Book 'Songs For While I'm Away', Pippen Publishers, 1974. Sold for £1,530 inc. premium.
  • Musical Youth: A 'Gold' Disc Award For The Single ‘Pass The Dutchie’, 1982. Sold for £382.50 inc. premium. [148]
  • New Order: A Factory Records Commemorative 'True Faith' Paperweight, 1987. Sold for £1,785 inc. premium. [149]
  • New Order: A 'Gold' CD Disc Award For The Album ‘Get Ready’, 2001. Sold for £1,020 inc. premium. [150] [151]
  • Yoko Ono: A Box Of Smile, 1971. Sold for £2,550 inc. premium. [152]]
  • Yoko Ono: An Official T-Shirt for 'Grapefruit', c.1971. Sold for £701.25 inc. premium [153]
  • Yoko Ono/John Lennon: An Exclusive T-Shirt For Yoko Ono's Birthday Album. Sold for £1,211.25 inc. premium. [154]
  • Yoko Ono: A Remembrance Card For John Lennon, May 1981. Sold for £1,147.50 inc. premium. [155]
  • Orbital: A 'Gold' CD Disc Award For The Album ‘In Sides’, 1996. Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [156]
  • John Peel: A UFO Tour Jacket, 1978. Sold for £255 inc. premium. [157]
  • Pink Floyd: An Official Promotional Sweatshirt, 1977. Sold for £637.50 inc. premium. [158]
  • Queen: An Original ‘News Of The World’ Promotional Mirror / Clock Cabinet, 1977. Sold for £1,275 inc. premium. [159]
  • The Ramones: An Official T-shirt. Sold for £828.75 inc. premium. [160]
  • The Rolling Stones: An Official Tour T-Shirt, 1973. Sold for £1,020 inc. premium. [161]
  • The Rolling Stones: A ‘Love You Live’ Promotional Display Table Cloth, 1977. Sold for £5,100 inc. premium. [162]
  • The Sex Pistols: An Original Promotional Banner For ‘God Save The Queen’, 1977. Sold for £701.25 inc. premium. [163]
  • The Sex Pistols: A Promotional ‘God Save The Queen’ T-Shirt, 1977. Sold for £2,167.50 inc. premium. [164]
  • Siouxsie And The Banshees: A 'Silver' Disc Award For The Album ‘The Scream’, 1978. Sold for £828.75 inc. premium. [165]
  • Siouxsie And The Banshees: A 'Silver' Disc Award For The Single ‘Hong Kong Garden’, 1978. Sold for £1,402.50 inc. premium. [166]
  • Sleeper: Two 'Gold' And 'Silver' Disc Awards For The Album ‘SMART’, 1995 & 1996 (2). Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [167]
  • The Smiths: A 'Gold' Disc Award For The Album ‘Hatful Of Hollow’, 1984. Sold for £2,550 inc. premium. [168]
  • The Specials: A 'Silver' Disc Award For The Single ‘Gangsters’, 1979. Sold for £828.75 inc. premium. [169]
  • Tears For Fears: A 'Gold' Disc Award For The Album ‘The Hurting’, 1983. Sold for £1,211.25 inc. premium. [170]
  • Thin Lizzy: An Official T-shirt, 1981. Sold for £242.25 inc. premium. [171]
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex: A Concert Contract For Southampton University, 16th January 1968. Sold for £408 inc. premium. [172]
  • UB40: A 'Platinum' Disc Award For The Album ‘Present Arms’, 1982, Sold for £408 inc. premium. [173]
  • The Undertones: An Official Promotional T-Shirt. Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [174]

Other

  • American Music: A Selection of Books From John Peel's Library (12). Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [175]
  • i-D Magazine: A Collection Of Magazines, 1980-1985. Sold for £765 inc. premium. [176]
  • Peter Mousdale: Three Original Hand-Painted Artworks, circa 1970s. Sold for £255 inc. premium. [177]
  • Oz Magazine: A Large Collection Of Magazines And Letters, Feb 1967 - Nov 1973 (Approx. 60 magazines). Sold for £4,462.50 inc. premium. [178]
  • Oz: An Obscenity Trial Vest Top, 1971, Sold for £828.75 inc. premium. [179]
  • John Peel: An Official BBC Radio One Jacket, Mid-1970's. Sold for £637.50 inc. premium. [180]
  • John Peel: A Flyer for The Nag's Head, Wollaston, 1970. Sold for £382.50 inc. premium. [181]
  • John Peel: A Melody Maker Poll Award Presented To John Peel, 1974. Sold for £446.25 inc. premium. [182]
  • John Peel: A Melody Maker Poll Award Presented To John Peel, 1979. Sold for £637.50 inc. premium. [183]
  • John Peel: A 'Broadcasting Press Guild Radio Award' Certificate Presented To John Peel, 1980. Sold for £229.50 inc. premium. [184]
  • John Peel: A Group Of Handwritten Programme Running Orders, Early 1990s. Sold for £1,402.50 inc. premium. [185]
  • John Peel: A Group Of Handwritten Programme Running Orders, Late 1990s. Sold for £1,275 inc. premium. [186]
  • John Peel: An NME 'Godlike Genius' Award Presented to John Peel, 1993. Sold for £3,187.50 inc. premium. [187]
  • John Peel: An NME 'Lifelong Service To New Music' Award For John Peel, 2005. Estimate: £800-1,200. Sold for £2,167.50 inc. premium. [188]
  • John Peel: A Collection of Backstage Passes, 1993-2000 (12). Sold for £637.50 inc. premium. [189]
  • John Peel: A Large Collection of Tickets, Stubs, Invitations, Postcards and Stickers, 1960s-2000s. Sold for £2,295 inc. premium. [190]
  • John Peel: A BBC Radio 4 'Home Truths' Card, circa 1998. Sold for £204 inc. premium. [191]
  • John Peel: An H.P. Fay Home Recorder Microphone, English, 1930's, Sold for £1,020 inc. premium. [192]
  • John Peel: A Vintage Horn Gramophone, first half 20th Century. Estimate: £800-1,200. Sold for £1,912.50 inc. premium. [193]
  • The Perfumed Garden: The Original Artwork By Ken Hayes Created For John Peel's Article In The Magazine 'Gandalf's Garden', 1967. Sold for £4,462.50 inc. premium. [194]
  • Pop Music: A Selection Of Books From John Peel's Library (12). Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [195]
  • Punk: A Selection Of Books From John Peel's Library (6), Sold for £612 inc. premium. [196]
  • Punk & New Wave: A Collection Of Various Punk Fanzines, 1970s/1980s (22). Sold for £573.75 inc. premium. [197]
  • Rock & Roll Music: A Selection of Books From John Peel's Library (10). Sold for £255 inc. premium. [198]
  • The Smiths: An Original Demo Cassette From 'The Smiths' With Letter From The Band, 4 February, 1983. Sold for £17,850 inc. premium. [199]
  • Sniffin' Glue Magazine: A Collection Of Punk Fanzines, 1976-1977, Qty. Sold for £1,211.25 inc. premium. [200]
  • Top Of The Pops: A Group of Scripts, 1980s. Sold for £637.50 inc. premium. [201]
  • 1960s Underground Press: A Collection Of Frendz/Friends Newspapers, 1969-1971 (approx. 22). Sold for £318.75 inc. premium. [202]

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