Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including Kylie, David Bowie, The Smiths, Jimi Hendrix, The Who & More

…..more movers and shakers through the doors this week, look out for an ultra rare Kylie Minogue EMI promotional ‘tricycle light’, a quite possibly one-of-a-kind selection of artwork for the Smiths ‘Strangeways Here We Come’ and Morrissey solo, hard-to-find ’60s/’70s UK vinyl from Savoy Brown, May Blitz, Uriah Heep and King Crimson, plus a rather tasty Elvis ‘Loving You’ 10″ LP from 1957 and much, much more….find it all here here

KYLIE MINOGUE Spinning Around (Ultra rare 2000 UK official EMI promotional only Tricycle Light. A lamp using the heat of the light to generate movement of the images by convection. Features a plain white light inside with the black silhouette image of Kylie on a red background, which dances around to the heat. Runs on UK 240V mains electricity, in full working order, complete with plug and 40 watt lightbulb, and still in the original box packaging. One of only a handful manufactured,don’t miss out, this is the first we have seen in over ten years! More info here
THE SMITHS Strangeways Postcard (Monster rare 1987 UK Rough Trade hand set preliminary artwork design concept for the promotional postcard, presented on high quality line board with hand annotated tracing paper overlay and frontleaf,measuring6″ x 18″, the iconic East of Eden co-star Richard Davalos front cover image is here hand traced plus band logo and album title. It’s a wonderful work in progress with original hand annotations detailing planned typeface. Also includes seven finished postcards which in themself are pretty damn collectable! The item is in superb condition and is asking very nicely to be displayed in a frame! More info here
DAVID BOWIE The Rise & Fall Of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars (1972 UK first issue 11-track vinyl LP with ‘1E/1E’ machine stamped matrices & ‘Titantic/Chrysalis’ credit on the labels, picture sleeve & illustrated lyric inner. This first issue pre-dates the Mainman contract, & as such has no reference to Mainman anywhere on the cover or label. More info here

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