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.
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…..hot-footing it through the doors at Eil Towers yesterday came this incredible selection of Morrissey items, as used on his 2011 tour, not only do we have ‘Mozzers Men’ Crew T-Shirts but we also have several items as worn by Morrissey himself including; an Italian designer suit, shoes, Gucci shirt and […read more…]
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