David Bowie

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTKT14
£100.00

Description:

A very collectable original David Bowie "Aladdin Sane Tour" concert ticket for the Green's Playhouse on Friday May 18th 1973

STALLS  Seat J30  Price £1.25

Certification:

Ziggy Stardust was released in June 1972. Following this tickets for Bowie’s UK tour started to sell in larger numbers resulting in larger venues being booked and becoming sold out during the Summer of 1972. After a short break, the tour began again with a defining show at the Rainbow Theatre London on 19th August. Following this “Ziggy-Hysteria” began to grow with fans wearing make-up and mimicking his image. During September 1972 the tour went to the USA for 26 dates, returning to the UK for a few concerts running from late December to early January 1973. In February 1973, Bowie successfully returned to the US. Then from February through to July 1973 what became known as "The Aladdin Sane Tour" (to support the release of the album Aladdin Sane in April 1973) preceeded another visit to the US & Asia before making a triumphant return to the UK from 12th May 1973 (Earls Court) right through to that now infamous final Ziggy Show at the London Hammersmith Odeon on July 3rd 1973.

Size:

8.5x8cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Good. View Image

David Bowie & Spiders From Mars

Reference number:

12054
POA

Description:

An extremely rare original 1971 Hunky Dory (RCA Victor LSP-4623 APRS-5947-8 GEM) textured LP sleeve, clearly signed in black markers on the front and rear by ; David Bowie (To Nigel with my love x) and all three Spiders From Mars ; guitarist Mick Ronson d1993 (Thanx & All the Best) / bassist Trevor Bolder d2013 and drummer Woody Woodmansey (To you thanks)

A wonderful important item of pop music memorabilia. (NB See Condition report below)

Certification:

Provenance on this piece is a little vague. The obtainer (Nigel) told his sister (the seller) that he got this Hunky Dory LP signed by David Bowie & The Spiders From Mars when he met the band at Manchester Airport late in 1972 during the Ziggy Stardust Tour. Our later research shows they played the Manchester Hard Rock on December 28th & 29th 1972. This is therefore the possible signing date for this LP sleeve. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

12in LP Vinyl Record Sleeve (Record Included)

Condition:

PLEASE NOTE. Average. View Images. The record sleeve itself is completely split into the two front and back sections. They have been separated presumably for display together in the 1970s. The two sleeves are complete with minor creasing on the corners and not affecting the signatures. The autographs are all clearly readable. Clarity 9/10. Overall condition of each side of LP cover is 7/10 

David Bowie Stationary

Reference number:

DBS2
£35.00

Description:

An extremely rare original circa 1965 sheet of David Bowie's own type-headed writing-paper showing his home address at this period

We have now just 5 individual sheets of this paper all the same left. Price is £35 pounds per sheet

A unique and interesting item of early David Bowie memorabilia for a serious collector

Certification:

4 Plaistow Grove Bromley Kent was David Bowie's family home and his main residence between 1955 and 1967. During a decade at this two storey house, his music & image developed as a member of early bands (The King Bees / The Konrads / The Lower Third & The Buzz) through to his first early commercial success as a solo artist with "Space Oddity". At this time a former road-manager for the Moody Blues (Ralph Horton) was his manager between 1965-1967. During this period he importantly changed his name to David Bowie, due to the clash of names with Monkees singer Davy Jones. Ralph Horton influenced Bowie to adopt a more mod-image and helped his fourth single "Can't Help Thinking About Me" reach No34 in the Melody Maker Chart. Soon afterwards Ken Pitt took over his management duties. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

25x20cm Sized Page

Condition:

Good. View Image

David Bowie Stationary

Reference number:

DBS1
£30.00

Description:

A rare original sheet of circa 1965 Ralph Horton (David Bowie) Management Headed Stationary

An interesting item of early David Bowie memorabilia for a serious collector

 

Certification:

Ralph Horton was a former road-manager for the Moody Blues and was David Bowie's manager between 1965-1967 ; from his days as a 17 year old Davie Jones in the Lower Third through to the early days of the Buzz. During this period he importantly changed his name to David Bowie, due to the clash of names with Monkees singer Davy Jones. Horton influenced Bowie to adopt a more mod-image and helped his fourth single "Can't Help Thinking About Me" reach No34 in the Melody Maker Chart. Soon afterwards Ken Pitt took over his management duties. 79A Warwick Square London was Hortons rented basement flat at the time. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

25x20cm Sized Page

Condition:

Good. View Image

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTKT5
£15.00

Description:

An original David Bowie concert ticket for Roker Park Sunderland on Tuesday June 23rd 1987

No144156  Price £15.00

Certification:

NA

Size:

11x7.5cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Average. View Image

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTKT7
£45.00

Description:

An original David Bowie concert ticket for Newcastle City Hall on Friday 16th June 1978

Seat U35 Price £6.00

Certification:

NA

Size:

9x9cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Average. View Image

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTKT8
£45.00

Description:

An original David Bowie concert ticket for Newcastle City Hall on Thursday 15th June 1978

Seat R2  Price £6.00

Certification:

NA

Size:

9x9cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Average. View Image

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About David Bowie

David Bowie

DAVID BOWIE d2016. English rock musician, actor, record producer and arranger. A major figure for five decades in the world of popular music. Bowie is widely regarded as an innovator, particularly for his work in the 1970s and is known for his distinctive voice and the intellectual depth of his work. Bowie first caught the eye and ear of the public in July 1969, when the song "Space Oddity" reached the top five of the UK singles chart. After a three-year period of experimentation he re-emerged in 1972 as his alter-ego with his classic Ziggy Stardust LP and the hit single "Starman". In 1975 he achieved his first major American crossover success with the number-one single "Fame" co-written with John Lennon and the hit album Young Americans. The sound constituted a radical shift in style that initially alienated many of his UK devotees. He then confounded the expectations of both his record label and his American audiences by recording the minimalist album Low 1977 (the first of three collaborations with Brian Eno over the next two years). After uneven commercial success in the late 1970s, Bowie had UK number ones with the 1980 single "Ashes to Ashes" and with Queen for the 1981 UK chart-topping single "Under Pressure". He then reached a new commercial peak in 1983 with the album Lets Dance which yielded several hit singles .Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, Bowie continued to experiment with many musical styles. In the BBC's 2002 poll of the 100 Greatest Britons, David Bowie was placed at number 29. Throughout his career, he has sold an estimated 136 million albums. In the United Kingdom, he has been awarded nine Platinum album certifications (eleven Gold and eight Silver) and in the United States (five Platinum and seven Gold certifications). In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked him 39th on their list of the "100 Greatest Rock Artists of All Time" and 23rd on their list of the best singers of all-time. On 10th January 2016, two days after his 69th birthday and the release of the album Blackstar, David Bowie died from liver cancer at his New York apartment. He had been diagnosed 18 months earlier, but news of his illness had not been made public ....

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David Bowie

Reference number:

10996
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Description:

An original 1983 Serious Moonlight (Lets Dance) concert tour programme, clearly signed & dated in ballpoint on the front cover by David Bowie

INCLUDED ; An original un-used concert ticket for Friday July 1st 1983. Ticket No 118397. Price £10.00

Certification:

This signed programme was obtained backstage at the Milton Keynes Bowl in July 1983 during the Serious Moonlight Tour by Vanessa M who was a Marlboro Special Events team girl during the 1980s. Marlboro did promotions at many music events during this period. There is a short typed letter from her included detailing the history. David Bowie played this venue for three consecutive nights (July 1-3rd 1983) to a total of 175,000 fans. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

32x24cm Sized Programme (52 pages)

Ticket 15x6.5cm Size

Condition:

Average. View Images. Minor corner creasing. No loose pages. Overall programme condition 7/10. Signature clarity 8/10

David Bowie

Reference number:

10712
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Description:

An original Isolar Enterprises New York compliments card, clearly signed in black ballpoint by David Bowie dated 93

 

Certification:

Isolar Enterprises Inc of New York were David Bowie's management company. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

13.5x9cm Size Card

20x12in >> Acid Free Mount >> Unframed

Condition:

Good. View Images. Signature is one shade light but very clearly readable. Autograph clarity we would rate as 7.5/10

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTKT10
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Description:

An original David Bowie concert ticket for Empire Pool Wembley on Monday May 3rd 1976. 

South Upper Tier Seat C46  Price £3.75

Certification:

NA

Size:

9x7cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Average. View Image

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTKT9
Sold

Description:

An original David Bowie concert ticket for Newcastle City Hall on Wednesday 14th June 1978

Seat M15  Price £6.00

Certification:

NA

Size:

9x9cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Average. View Image

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTKT6
Sold

Description:

An original David Bowie Lets Dance concert ticket for Murrayfield Stadium on Tuesday June 28th 1983

No155631  Price £9.50

Certification:

NA

Size:

15x7cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Average. View Image

The Lower Third

Reference number:

9860
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Description:

An original circa 1965 autograph book page, clearly signed in ballpoint by Lower Third lead guitarist Denis "Teacup" Taylor

Certification:

AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

13x10cm Sized Page

Condition:

Good. View Image

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTK5
Sold

Description:

A rare original David Bowie Concert Ticket Stub (Wednesday June 13th 1973) at the Gaumont Kilburn.

CIRCLE. SEAT S56. PRICE £1.30

Certification:

Ziggy Stardust was released in June 1972. Following this tickets for Bowie’s UK tour started to sell in larger numbers resulting in larger venues being booked and becoming sold out during the Summer of 1972. After a short break, the tour began again with a defining show at the Rainbow Theatre London on 19th August. Following this “Ziggy-Hysteria” began to grow with fans wearing make-up and mimicking his image. During September 1972 the tour went to the USA for 26 dates, returning to the UK for a few concerts running from late December to early January 1973. In February 1973, Bowie successfully returned to the US. Then from February through to July 1973 what became known as "The Aladdin Sane Tour" (to support the release of the album Aladdin Sane in April 1973) preceeded another visit to the US & Asia before making a triumphant return to the UK from 12th May 1973 (Earls Court) right through to that now infamous final Ziggy Show at the London Hammersmith Odeon on July 3rd 1973. This concert ticket is from just three weeks before his final appearance as his alter-ego "Ziggy".

Size:

7x6.5cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Average. View Image

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTK4
Sold

Description:

A rare original David Bowie Concert Ticket Stub (Saturday May 12th 1973) at the Earls Court Arena.

ARENA. SEAT M5. PRICE £2.00

Certification:

Ziggy Stardust was released in June 1972. Following this tickets for Bowie’s UK tour started to sell in larger numbers resulting in larger venues being booked and becoming sold out during the Summer of 1972. After a short break, the tour began again with a defining show at the Rainbow Theatre London on 19th August. Following this “Ziggy-Hysteria” began to grow with fans wearing make-up and mimicking his image. During September 1972 the tour went to the USA for 26 dates, returning to the UK for a few concerts running from late December to early January 1973. In February 1973, Bowie successfully returned to the US. Then from February through to July 1973 what became known as "The Aladdin Sane Tour" (to support the release of the album Aladdin Sane in April 1973) preceeded another visit to the US & Asia before making a triumphant return to the UK from 12th May 1973 (Earls Court) right through to that now infamous final Ziggy Show at the London Hammersmith Odeon on July 3rd 1973. This was notably his first concert back in the UK after returning from his succesful US & Asia Tour during February-April 1973.

Size:

10.5x7.5cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Average. View Image

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTK3
Sold

Description:

A rare original David Bowie Concert Ticket Stub (Sunday December 24th 1972) at the Rainbow Theatre Finsbury Park.

CIRCLE. SEAT H61. PRICE £1.50

Certification:

Ziggy Stardust was released in June 1972. Following this tickets for Bowie’s UK tour started to sell in larger numbers resulting in larger venues being booked and becoming sold out during the Summer of 1972. After a short break, the tour began again with a defining show at the Rainbow Theatre London on 19th August. Following this “Ziggy-Hysteria” began to grow with fans wearing make-up and mimicking his image. During September 1972 the tour went to the USA for 26 dates, returning to the UK for a few concerts running from late December to early January 1973. In February 1973, Bowie successfully returned to the US. Then from February through to July 1973 what became known as "The Aladdin Sane Tour" (to support the release of the album Aladdin Sane in April 1973) preceeded another visit to the US & Asia before making a triumphant return to the UK from 12th May 1973 (Earls Court) right through to that now infamous final Ziggy Show at the London Hammersmith Odeon on July 3rd 1973. This was the second of two consecutive nights he played at this venue.

Size:

9x6.5cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Fair. View Image. Sellotape Stain.

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTK2
Sold

Description:

A rare original David Bowie Concert Ticket Stub (Sunday August 20th 1972) at the Rainbow Theatre Finsbury Park.

STALLS. SEAT R20. PRICE £1.25

Certification:

Ziggy Stardust was released in June 1972. Following this tickets for Bowie’s UK tour started to sell in larger numbers resulting in larger venues being booked and becoming sold out during the Summer of 1972. After a short break, the tour began again with a defining show at the Rainbow Theatre London on 19th August. Following this “Ziggy-Hysteria” began to grow with fans wearing make-up and mimicking his image. During September 1972 the tour went to the USA for 26 dates, returning to the UK for a few concerts running from late December to early January 1973. In February 1973, Bowie successfully returned to the US. Then from February through to July 1973 what became known as "The Aladdin Sane Tour" (to support the release of the album Aladdin Sane in April 1973) preceeded another visit to the US & Asia before making a triumphant return to the UK from 12th May 1973 (Earls Court) right through to that now infamous final Ziggy Show at the London Hammersmith Odeon on July 3rd 1973. This was the second of two consecutive nights he played at this venue. 

Size:

6.5cmx6cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Fair. View Image. Sellotape Stain.

Davie Jones & The Manish Boys

Reference number:

9376
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Description:

Three extremely rare and desirable consecutive original 1965 autograph book pages, clearly signed by the Manish Boys ; Davie Jones (To Tex with best wish-eah from xxxx) / Paul Rodriguez (sax) / Bob Solly (organ) / John Watson (bass) and Mick White (drums).

Certification:

The Manish Boys were the second group (after the King Bees) that an 18/19 year old Davie Jones (David Bowie) recorded with (from mid 1964). The group recorded just one single "I Pity The Fool" (released in March 1965). David Bowie made his TV debut performing this song on "Gadzooks. It's All Happening" on March 8th 1965 (just a month before signing this autograph book page). After the Manish Boys he joined the Lower Third before finally starting his solo career. The rest as they say is history ..... From the wonderful 1964-1966 autograph book of Linda Smith (Tex Watts) containing many music notables of the period ; the majority she collected as a teenager at the famous Nottingham Boat Club Venue West Bridgford Nottingham. Most are dated and some are dedicated to her (Tex). There is a copy of a letter from her included further detailing the history. Collectors notation dates these pages to April 11th 1965. Dr Pill & The Purple Hearts / The Shevelles and The Yamps on the reverse of these three pages. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

10x7.5cm Sized Autograph Book Page

Condition:

Average-Good. View Images. The Paul Rodriguez signature crosses over onto a second page (Johnny Peters 7 the LPs). The sellotape has dried out and been removed, leaving staining on the pages (as shown).

David Bowie Ticket

Reference number:

DBTK1
Sold

Description:

An original David Bowie 1990 Sound and Vision Tour ticket stub for the Milton Keynes Bowl on Saturday 4th August 1990.

TICKET No2474. With original Coach Pass Ticket included.

Certification:

NA

Size:

11x7cm Sized Ticket

Condition:

Good. View Image.

David Bowie

Reference number:

9143
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Description:

A very good original white index card, clearly signed, dated and dedicated in black marker by David Bowie (For John best wishes Bo 91).

 

Certification:

From the wonderful collection of music / entertainment & pioneer autographs of John S of Newport who amassed a huge celebrity autograph archive during the 1980-90s. These were all collected by him in-person / at concert & theatre venues / through the post and via artist management during this 20 year period. There is a general covering letter and a copy of a newspaper article included which detail more about him. This autograph obtained during the David Bowie and Tin Machine UK Tour of November 1991. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

14x9cm Sized White Card

Condition:

Good. View Image.

David Bowie

Reference number:

9110
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Description:

A good original lined purchase-ledger book page, clearly signed in ballpoint "For Melody with thanks" by David Bowie 82.

Suitable for mounting and display.

A very sought-after autograph with nice dedication. Melody could be used to refer to a name or as a songwriting reference.

Certification:

One of an extensive autograph collection obtained by Melody who worked at the famous White Elephant Club on Curzon Street London. The club was a favourite location for many entertainment-world A-listers for over 30 years from its inception during the 1960s. IAA. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

21x15cm Sized Lined Page

Condition:

Good. View Image.

Glass Spider Tour

Reference number:

8112
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Description:

An original 1987 lined pink card, clearly signed in ballpoints by six of Bowie's supporting musicians on the Glass Spider Tour ; Peter Frampton (guitar) / Carlos Alomar (guitar) / Carmine Rojas (bass) / Alan Childs (drums) / Richard Cottle (trumpet / violin) and Erdel Kizilcoy (keyboards).

 

Certification:

The Glass Spider Tour ran between May-November 1987 playing 86 shows worldwide to an estimated six million fans. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

15x10cm Sized Card

Condition:

Very Good.

Band Members Stage Tour

Reference number:

8945
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Description:

Three original pages from an autograph book, clearly signed in ballpoints by three group members from David Bowie's 1978 touring band ; Carlos Alomar (guitar) / Adrian Belew (lead guitar) and Dennis Davis d2016 (drums).

Certification:

Obtained at Newcastle City Hall 15/16th June 1978 during the Isolar II / Low Heroes Stage Tour. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

10x7cm Sized Pages.

Condition:

Poor. View Image. Tape Staining but it has been removed. 

David Bowie

Reference number:

4983A
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Description:

An original David Bowie Low songbook, clearly signed on the front cover in silver marker by David Bowie and dated 97.

 

Certification:

This was signed at The Lygon Arms Hotel Worcestershire on 20th July 1997 during The Phoenix Festival and includes a photograph of Bowie actually signing. UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

5757A
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Description:

An extremely rare (circa 1972) clear full David Bowie signature in ballpoint on the reverse of a torn piece off an original concert poster.

 

Certification:

The autograph was obtained by a Miss Shaw at the well-known music venue The Friars Club Market Square Aylesbury Bucks in 1972. There is a very detailed letter from her included, mentioning how she picked up the full concert poster off the floor during the concert and David Bowie signed from the stage. (There is a photo in the mounted display showing him doing this, but this could be from another venue). Very sadly she later cut the autograph off the poster to put in her autograph book !! Bowie played Friars Club twice in 1972 ; Saturday Jan 29th and Saturday July 15th. Our research suggests that this was likely to have been signed on the second of these two dates ; this could be proven by a match on the poster itself by a Bowie archivist. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

4053A
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Description:

An original (circa 1973) ballpoint signature "To Julie Love Bowie" cut from a pop magazine page.

 

Certification:

Obtained on a train in July / August 1973 travelling between Dover and Victoria by 14 year old fan Julie. Dedication to her. Includes a short letter from her detailing the history. UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

David Bowie

Reference number:

5063A
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Description:

Aladdin Sane RCA RS1001 (CPRS 4543) LP sleeve. Clearly signed in ballpoint on the cover "To Steve Thanx Bowie". Additionally signed in ballpoints in clear areas on the inner sleeve by Spiders From Mars group members ; guitarist Mick Ronson d1993 , drummer Woody Woodmansey and bassist Trevor Bolder who has added "all the best Steve ..."

An extremely rare and desirable full set of Spiders signatures on one of Bowies defining LPs, signed just four months after it was first released.

Certification:

The album was signed for a Mr Lewis who was the Press Officer for RCA Records at their headquarters Curzon House in September 1973. There is a detailed letter explaining the provenance which includes a photograph of Bowie actually signing for fans.  UACC RD222 & AFTAL Dealer No13 Memorabilia UK COA

David Bowie

Reference number:

4657A
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Description:

A rare original (circa 1970s) clipped page, clearly signed in ballpoint "To Clare Bowie xxx" .

 

Certification:

Renowned US specialist pop music dealer SSD. UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

David Bowie

Reference number:

5062A
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Description:

Young Americans 1975 LP No Mainman RCA USA issue AFL1-0998, clearly signed and dated Bowie 97 in silver marker.

 

Certification:

Signed in person by David Bowie at a fan meet and greet at The Lygon Arms Hotel Worcestershire in July 1997 , following his performance at The Phoenix Festival in Stratford Upon Avon. Includes a letter detailing this and a photograph of Bowie at the actual signing. UACC RD222 & AFTAL Dealer No13 Memorabilia UK COA

David Bowie

Reference number:

5783A
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Description:

An extremely rare original (circa 1969) clear full David Bowie signature in ballpoint on a promo-card for Love Sculpture single "Seagull" on Parlophone R5807.

An absolute gem for a serious David Bowie collector. Full signatures (especially with detailed history) from this late 1960s period, prior to superstardom are very desirable. His Space Oddity single was released in July 1969, five days before the launch of Apollo 11. It reached No5 in the charts. His Space Oddity LP was released in November 1969 to good reviews, but without any commercial success until it was re-released in 1972, off the back of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars.

 

Certification:

We think this promo-card was either part of the concert programme or given out at the venues during Bowies Changes Tour in Autumn 1969. The Seagull single by Love Sculpture was released on 12th September 1969 and the group along with Humble Pie toured with Bowie at this time. The autograph-collector remembered that he would have definitely obtained the signature at The Birmingham Town Hall ; our research shows that Bowie played this venue along with Love Sculpture on October 10th 1969, so we conclude that this must be the actual signing date. There is a detailed letter from the original obtainer included mentioning the date to be early 1970s, but as suggested above we believe it to be 1969. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

5061A
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Description:

The Lodger 1979 Gatefold LP sleeve No Bow LP1, clearly signed and dated by Bowie 97 in silver marker.

 

Certification:

Signed in person by David Bowie at a fan meet and greet at The Lygon Arms Hotel Worcestershire in July 1997 , following his performance at The Phoenix Festival in Stratford Upon Avon. Includes a letter detailing this and a photograph of Bowie at the actual signing. UACC RD222 & AFTAL Dealer No13 Memorabilia UK COA

David Bowie

Reference number:

4980A
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Description:

A 1976 ChangesOneBowie LP sleeve, clearly signed in large black marker by David Bowie and dated 2002.

 

Certification:

Includes letter from the seller with photograph of David Bowie at the signing. UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

David Bowie

Reference number:

5939A
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Description:

An original 1973 Royal World Charity Premiere admission ticket for James Bond 007 Live and Let Die film at The Odeon Leicester Square London on Thursday 5th July 1973. Clearly signed on the reverse in ballpoint and inks by David Bowie / actor Michael Caine / actor Barry Raymond (Gray in The Ipcress File (1965) ) and Denny Laine (who as a member of Wings recorded the theme-music for the film).

 

Certification:

Obtained at The Odeon Leicester Square on Thursday 5th July 1973 at The Film Premiere of Live and Let Die. The original Admission Ticket itself dates and validates the signatures. Photographs of Bowie actually attending this event can be found on with an internet search. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

4368A
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Description:

A rare original 1973 Tour Programme (in good condition), clearly signed in ballpoints on the front cover by David Bowie (For Trudi Thanx Bowie x" and Spiders From Mars group member Trevor Bolder.

 

Certification:

Obtained backstage at David Bowie concert at The Guildhall Southampton in June 1973. At the end of this tour in July , Bowie announced that this was the last tour he would ever do ; it turned out to be just the end of his Ziggy Stardust stage persona. The obtainer of the autographs was related to group member Trevor Bolder. Includes a wonderful and very detailed history from her recalling the evening the autographs were obtained. UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

David Bowie

Reference number:

6025A
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Description:

An original circa 1990s (Frank Ockenfels) Virgin Promo-Photograph, clearly signed and dated 99 in black marker by David Bowie.

 

Certification:

One of five photographs obtained in person by Mirko Corbella at The Four Seasons Hotel Milan on December 4th 1999, following David Bowies concert at The Alcatraz venue that evening during his Hours Tour. Mirko worked at the hotel and got several other photographs signed / dedicated to various friends. There is a letter (in certificate form) from him included. The Hours Tour (1999) was a small scale promotional tour comprising of eight live performances and numerous TV appearances in support of his album "Hours". AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

4052A
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Description:

An excellent original 1973 ballpoint signature "Love David Bowie" on a white lined exercise book page.

 

 

Certification:

Obtained on a train in August 1973 travelling between Dover and Victoria by 14 year old fan Julie. Includes a short letter from her detailing the history. UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

David Bowie

Reference number:

6026A
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Description:

An original circa 1990s (Frank Ockenfels) Virgin Promo-Photograph, clearly signed, dedicated (For Jill) and dated 99 in black marker by David Bowie.

 

Certification:

One of five photographs obtained in person by Mirko Corbella at The Four Seasons Hotel Milan on December 4th 1999, following David Bowies concert at The Alcatraz venue that evening during his Hours Tour. Mirko worked at the hotel and got several other photographs signed / dedicated to various friends. There is a letter (in certificate form) from him included. The Hours Tour (1999) was a small scale promotional tour comprising of eight live performances and numerous TV appearances in support of his album "Hours". AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

6027A
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Description:

An original circa 1990s (Frank Ockenfels) Virgin Promo-Photograph, clearly signed, dedicated (To Massimo) and dated 99 in black marker by David Bowie.

 

Certification:

One of five photographs obtained in person by Mirko Corbella at The Four Seasons Hotel Milan on December 4th 1999, following David Bowies concert at The Alcatraz venue that evening during his Hours Tour. Mirko worked at the hotel and got several other photographs signed / dedicated to various friends. There is a letter (in certificate form) from him included. The Hours Tour (1999) was a small scale promotional tour comprising of eight live performances and numerous TV appearances in support of his album "Hours". AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

6028A
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An original circa 1990s (Frank Ockenfels) Virgin Promo-Photograph, clearly signed, dedicated (For Pada) and dated 99 in black marker by David Bowie.

 

Certification:

One of five photographs obtained in person by Mirko Corbella at The Four Seasons Hotel Milan on December 4th 1999, following David Bowies concert at The Alcatraz venue that evening during his Hours Tour. Mirko worked at the hotel and got several other photographs signed / dedicated to various friends. There is a letter (in certificate form) from him included. The Hours Tour (1999) was a small scale promotional tour comprising of eight live performances and numerous TV appearances in support of his album "Hours". AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

6029A
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An original circa 1990s (Frank Ockenfels) Virgin Promo-Photograph, clearly signed and dated 99 in black marker by David Bowie.

 

Certification:

One of five photographs obtained in person by Mirko Corbella at The Four Seasons Hotel Milan on December 4th 1999, following David Bowies concert at The Alcatraz venue that evening during his Hours Tour. Mirko worked at the hotel and got several other photographs signed / dedicated to various friends. There is a letter (in certificate form) from him included. The Hours Tour (1999) was a small scale promotional tour comprising of eight live performances and numerous TV appearances in support of his album "Hours". AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

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6406A
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A superb 12in original Diamond Dogs 1974 vinyl record sleeve, clearly signed on the front cover in blue sharpie by David Bowie (adding the date 97).

 

Certification:

One of a collection of LPs all signed in person at the Lygon Arms Hotel Broadway Worcester in July 1997, prior to David Bowie playing at The Phoenix Festival in Stratford-Upon-Avon. There is a photograph showing Bowie actually signing at the hotel and a letter detailing the history from the original obtainer actually included. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA..

David Bowie

Reference number:

6407A
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A superb 12in original Scary Monsters 1980 vinyl record sleeve, clearly signed on the front cover in blue sharpie by David Bowie (adding the date 97).

 

Certification:

One of a collection of LPs all signed in person at the Lygon Arms Hotel Broadway Worcester in July 1997, prior to David Bowie playing at The Phoenix Festival in Stratford-Upon-Avon. There is a photograph showing Bowie actually signing at the hotel and a letter detailing the history from the original obtainer actually included. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA..

David Bowie

Reference number:

6408A
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An original 1974 Diamond Dogs 12in vinyl record, clearly signed on the record label (Side 1) in black sharpie by David Bowie (adding the date 98).

 

 

Certification:

AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Condition:

Cover is in good condition, we would rate it at 8/10. Record itself looks unplayed.

David Bowie

Reference number:

6746A
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An original (circa 1970-1972) vintage autograph book page, clearly signed in ballpoint by David Bowie.

 

Certification:

From a late 1960s early 1970s autograph book containing many music notables of the period. We were able to date the signature to this early 1970s period due to the nature of the other artists on the subsequent pages. Lou Christie is on the reverse of this page. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

6948A
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An 1997 Seven Years in Tibet CD booklet cover, clearly signed in red marker by David Bowie (characteristically adding the date 97).

 

Certification:

Obtained at The Manchester Academy on the 23rd July 1997 during The Earthling Tour. A short note from the original collector is included. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

7223A
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A very good large 1995 autograph book page, clearly signed in marker by David Bowie (adding 95).

 

 

Certification:

One of a huge collection of over 1000 autographs in around a dozen large books all obtained in person (between 1990-1999 mostly in the Manchester area) by husband and wife Tony & Kath (many autographs are personally dedicated / dated to them with messages of thanks from the artists). The majority of signatures are of the major pop-groups of the period (including many Brit-Pop) signed at the various Manchester music venues (The Apollo / Nymex Arena / The Academy / G-Mex Centre and The University Union) and also at festivals (the T-Festival Strathclyde 1995-97). From the notes / dedications within the books and the difficult accessibility into such premium venues & concerts, we believe the couple must have worked in positions that gave / allowed them back-stage access during the period. David Bowie played the Nymex Arena Manchester on December 8th 1995 during The Outside Tour. The position / number of this page within the books and our research leads us to conclude that this is likely to be the actual signing date for this autograph. IAA. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

7551
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An original 1973 David Bowie Tour Programme, clearly signed and dedicated (on an inside page & on the back cover) in blue ballpoints by David Bowie  (For Liz My love Bowie xxx) and three Spiders From Mars ; guitarist Mick Ronson d1993 (Love to you Elizabeth xx Mick Ronson xx) / bassist Trevor Bolder ( xxxxxx) and guitarist John Hutchinson (To Liz lots a love Hutch with doodle).

 

Certification:

According to the original vendor this was signed at The Oxford New Theatre during the David Bowie UK Tour II. They played this venue on May 30th 1973 (part of this concert can be found on Youtube). John Hutch Hutchinson was the rhythm & acoustic guitarist for this 1973 Spiders From Mars touring band. He had original played with Bowie in Feathers and recorded an early version of Space Oddity during the 1960s. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Condition:

Good. We would rate programme as an 8/10. Signatures are all very bold and clear other than John Hutchinson which is one shade lighter but still easily readable.

David Bowie

Reference number:

7897
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Description:

An original 1970s Lamson Paragon Restaurant table receipt, clearly signed on the reverse in ballpoint "For Panos ! My thanks David Bowie".

 

 

Certification:

AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

David Bowie

Reference number:

7922
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An original 1966 autograph book page, clearly signed in ballpoints by David Bowie and The Buzz group member John Hutch Hutchinson.

An important and extremely rare early David Bowie autograph from 1966. The Buzz were the backing group for Bowie from February-December 1966 after he left The Lower Third. They played on his debut Deram single London Boys.

Certification:

From a superb collection of 1960s autograph books all obtained by June Gill of Codnor Derbyshire containing many music notables of the period. Some are dedicated to her and include signing notes. Many autographs appear to have been collected at the popular Larry Parnes All Star Shows of the time. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA. 

David Bowie

Reference number:

7921
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Description:

An original 1966 autograph book page, clearly signed in ballpoints by David Bowie and two members of The Buzz (John Hutch Hutchinson and possibly John Eager The Buzz Luv).

An important and extremely rare early David Bowie autograph from 1966. The Buzz were the backing group for Bowie from February-December 1966 after he left The Lower Third. They played on his debut Deram single London Boys.

Certification:

From a superb collection of 1960s autograph books all obtained by June Gill of Codnor Derbyshire containing many music notables of the period. Some are dedicated to her and include signing notes. Many autographs appear to have been collected at the popular Larry Parnes All Star Shows of the time. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA. 

Size:

15x10cm Sized Autograph Book Page

David Bowie

Reference number:

5060A
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Description:

Man Who Sold The World LP record sleeve UK RCA INTS 5237 issued 1983, clearly signed and dated in silver marker by Bowie 97.

 

Certification:

Signed in person by David Bowie at a fan meet and greet at The Lygon Arms Hotel Worcestershire in July 1997 , following his performance at The Phoenix Festival in Stratford Upon Avon. Includes a letter detailing this and a photograph of Bowie at the actual signing. UACC RD222 & AFTAL Dealer No13 Memorabilia UK COA

David Bowie

Reference number:

5059A
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Description:

Lets Dance LP No EMI AML 3029, clearly signed and dated in silver marker Bo 83.

 

Certification:

Obtained by Mike Franks who was a Senior Manager at Levi Strauss who were sponsors of Bowies1983 Serious Moonlight Tour in Birmingham in July 1983. Includes a letter detailing the history. UACC RD222 & AFTAL Dealer No13 Memorabilia UK COA