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Vintage Rock & Pop Auction

April 30, 2010 | Other

Backstage Auctions has some exciting news that we believe you will want to share with the visitors and loyal supporters to your website. We are pleased to announce our spring event, the "Vintage Pop & Rock Auction" featuring collectibles direct from the personal collection of several notable music industry professionals and artists.

The auction will showcase over 500 lots of amazing and authentic rock and pop music memorabilia featuring 100's of artist signed collectibles, recordings, rare photos, original art work, promotional and concert posters, record awards, concert tickets, backstage passes, promotional merchandise, massive vinyl collection, stage gear and artist worn apparel, drum sticks, exclusive ephemera, tour books and even a couple of really cool juke boxes.

Among the many incredibly cool items, the auction catalog features an impressive collection of Elvis Presley items, including a signed Elvis single and other rare memorabilia pieces from Sun Record's very own Marion Keisker as well as an extensive vinyl collection from a former RCA Victor executive!

A special preview of the auction lots begins on Saturday, May 8th. The auction will be held online from Sunday, May 16th through Sunday, May 23rd.

Source:Backstage Auctions

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Steve V wrote on April 30, 2010
Hmm - a very suspect looking autograph if you ask me.
Tony C wrote on April 30, 2010
I agree with Steve, that was the first thought I had regarding the autograph. Things written with felt tip pens that were manufactured during Elvis' lifetime faded terribly over the years. On the other hand, would anybody fake an autograph with green ink? I would be interested to know where it originated from.
dgirl wrote on April 30, 2010
If it is fake (and I think it is) they sure ruined a nice piece! I agree about the felt tip. Been studying Elvis autographs since the 70's. Very rare to come across a felt tip one, especially one in green. Permanent markers werent the norm back then and any felt tip autograph would be badly faded by now. Most Elvis autographs (95 % of them) are in ballpoint or pencil.