Our buyer, Tim, recently secured a very cool collection of promotional posters and display, a large amount of which were from the desirable 4AD label and its niche family of artists and bands.
Most are near mint and printed to durable, gloss paper – most have been stored flat for many years. Absolutely perfect for archivists as much as serious collectors wishing to mount and frame them for dispay.
Artists include: Heidi Berry, Cath Carroll, Red House Painters, Dead Can Dance, Ultra Vivid Scene, The Pixies, His Name Is Alive, Belly, Swallow and of course, Lush.
Here at 991.com we realise not everyone’s pockets are sooo deep they can stump up the readies for that uber-collectable slab of vinyl, CD boxset, vintage memorabilia etc etc….with that in mind we’ve put together this new weekly ‘Top 5’ of some of the more affordable collectables that pass through the […read more…]
Wax Facts Artist Joy Division Release An Ideal For Living [Limited 1,000 copy EP] Year 1978 Format 7″ black vinyl Price £1500 Released on Enigma, the band’s own label, with only 1,000 copies pressed, the back story behind Joy Division’s debut makes it all the more alluring. The four-panel sleeve is printed on heavy card […read more…]
This weeks highlights include an incredibly rare Marcus Roll Band test pressing, and rarities from The Beatles and the Misfits. Also look out for more rare items, imports, collectables and much, much more. Just check out our full listing now. Marcus Hook Roll Band – Tales Of Old Grand-Daddy: Rare 1973 Australian […read more…]