This is just a very lovely thing. I am in awe. Nicely nestled in a 16" x 14" mount, there is a very early signature of Mr Harrison that was written very clearly on the page of an autograph book, way back when. Judging by the unhurried nature of the autograph, this was obviously not obtained during a frenzied post gig Beatlemania crush, but my suspicion would be that it would have been obtained at some point during their August '63 British Tour, just before 'She Loves You' set the world alight. This has been mounted next to a 7" x 10" black & white picture of George sporting a natty late '63 haircut, so the picture does actually feature an image of George that was taken at a similar time to that when the autograph was obtained. This, I have to say, is a thing of great beauty ….
1978 UK 13-track LP with 1U matrices, the seventh studio album by British rock group produced by Roy Thomas Baker with the band, includes the singles Bicycle Race, Fat Bottomed Girls and Don't Stop Me Now. Comes in the original embossed gatefold picture sleeve with 'nude bicycle race' fold-out poster and laminated inner sleeve. The sleeve has only a few minor storage marks and the vinyl is in excellent condition with only a few light surface scuffs. A great play copy.
Rare complete set of 20 'The Police – Official File' fan club magazines numbers 1-20 dating from May 1980 – December 1981, each is A5 sized and have 32-pages featuring articles, interviews, 'Police Mail' letters page, song lyrics and lots of colour/black & white photographs – this set is in superb condition!