Friday’s Top Items! Including A Jethro Tull Silver Award, An Exclusive Japanese Led Zepplin Boxset And A Rare Italian Film Poster For Madonna!

Jethro-Tull-Heavy-Horses---Si-555515JETHRO TULL Heavy Horses

Official UK In-House SILVER award issued during the 1980s in recognition of the album achieving sales of more than 60,000 copies. This nicely framed and glazed award measures 16" x 20" in size, and features a silver LP disc above the artwork miniature and authentic, custom engraved dedication plaque. All mounted on the matted blue felt backing with a Union 'Jack' Flag in the top left corner, framed in a silver metal frame.


Led-Zeppelin-The-Definitive-Bo-555581LED ZEPPELIN The Definitive Box Set

2008 Japanese exclusive strictly limited edition digitally remastered 12-disc SHM-CD [Super High Material CD – playable on all CD players] album set [8 single CDs and 2 double sets], comprising the entire LP output from the legendary rockers, from the eponymous 1969 debut through to 1982's posthumous 'Coda'; each disc is superbly presented in a mini LP-style card sleeve [with 5 extra sleeves for 'In Through The Out Door', replicating the original design variants, plus an extra 'orange text' version of the 1st LP sleeve] + wraparound obi strip, housed in a deluxe metallic embossed box – the pasted box and obi show just a few minor cosmetic signs of storage but are otherwise in superb shape with all LP replica sleeves still sealed and the In Through The Out Door variants mint! WPCR-13142/53) See 'Tracklisting' for more details of the exquisite packaging!


Madonna-A-Letto-Con-555580MADONNA A Letto Con

Rare 1991 53.5" x 39" Italian cinema poster for Madge's insightful documentary motion picture, also known as 'Truth Or Dare' [US] or 'In Bed With Madonna' [Rest of the World]. A fantastic piece of memorabilia emblazoned withthe Italian tagline 'Come non l'avete mai vista prima' [Like You've Never Seen Her Before] as well as the distributor, Angelo Rizzoli's Phoenix logo in the top left hand corner. A stunning and eyecatching poster that still retains the originalfolds from its distribution to the cinema 21 years ago. It has sustained only a minor crease to the bottom edge with the lightest of discolouration to the main picture – a fantastic piece of history!

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