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Formed in 1962 by schoolmates Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones and Ian Stewart, The Rolling Stones began as a blues band before reinventing themselves as a rock band. They have enjoyed enormous worldwide success, having released over 100 singles, 22 studio albums (24 in the US) and numerous compilations in the UK. Their worldwide sales are estimated to be over 200 million albums. They have outlasted all of their 1960s contemporaries and continue to be very popular and this is reflected in the demand for The Rolling Stones memorabilia.
The Stones are one of the most collectable groups in the world and Rolling Stones memorabilia continues to attract a lot of attention. Given their longevity as a group, there are many decades of Rolling Stones memorabilia to collect and fans tend to be most interested in signed material and concert ephemera from their heyday in the 1960s. Rolling Stones memorabilia including concert posters, autographs, handbills, ticket stubs and programmes command good prices. Unique or one-off items relating to the Rolling Stones such as an instrument or a piece of stage-worn clothing are always of major interest to Rolling Stones collectors as they are seen to be of historical importance.
Below is a sample of the type of Rolling Stones memorabilia we are seeking. Anything rare considered. Please contact us for a free quote.
An exceptionally rare 10 inch acetate from the Rolling Stones first ever professional recording session which was formerly the property of the group and was gifted to a person that lived in the same building as the Stones in Edith Grove, London in the 1960’s.
If you have a Rolling Stones acetate you would like valuing please contact us with full details for a free quote. All items relating to The Rolling Stones considered.
For a 1960s Rolling Stones concert poster we pay in the region of £3,000 to £5,000 for a 20 inches x 30 inches poster and £8,000 to £10,000 for a 30 inch x 40 inch poster. We pay in the region of £100 to £200 for a 1970s poster.
A rare USA Cash Box International gold award which was presented to The Rolling Stones for their Decca Recording 'SATISFACTION' No 1 in the Cash Box American top 100 July 1965.
If you have a Rolling Stones award you would like valuing please contact us with full details for a free quote. All items relating to The Rolling Stones considered.
For a set of Rolling Stones signatures on one page we pay in the region of £500 to £600; a signed programme or signed photograph in the region of £1,000+; and a signed record in the region of £2,500+.
We pay in the region of £300 to £400.
We pay in the region of £25 for any 60s Rolling Stones concert programme and much more for one-off gigs.
We pay around £30 for concert ticket stubs.
Please phone for a quote.