Sting

Sting

Reference number:

10643
POA

Description:

An original single page handwritten letter in ballpoint (dated January 7th 1987) with serious content to a fan who has clearly overstepped the mark contacting and harassing him signed at the conclusion in his original name G M Sumner

The text includes ; This is to inform you and your daughter that I require neither gifts nor letters to be sent to my home, nor do I appreciate visits or telephone calls from either of you"

It concludes with ; "Privacy is as much my right in this country as anyone else's. Thank you G M Sumner"

A rare & collectable letter signed in his original name

Certification:

Obtained by SC. Includes the original mailing envelope post marked London January 7th 1987. Sting had released his first solo album "The Dream of the Blue Turtles" in 1985. In June 1986, he reunited with the Police for the last three shows of Amnesty's six-date A Conspiracy of Hope concerts in the US. He released his second studio album Nothing Like the Sun in October 1987. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

29x21cm Sized Letter

Condition:

Good. View Images. Two neat creases / folds from being put into an envelope. Overall condition 8.5/10

Sting

Reference number:

10480
£50.00

Description:

An original circa 1980s autograph book page, clearly signed & dedicated (To Dave) in ink by Sting

Certification:

Jasper Carrott autograph on the reverse of this page. From the huge autograph collection of over 1000 signatures of D. Hutchinson of Eastbourne obtained mostly at the BBC TV Studios during 1970-1990s. Many are dedicated to him and include signing details. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

12x8cm Sized Autograph Book Page

Condition:

Good. View Image

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About Sting

Sting

STING. Multi award winning English musician, singer-songwriter, activist, actor and philanthropist best known for being the singer and bass player with highly successful 1970s group The Police. As a soloist , he has varied his musical style throughout his career, incorporating many distinct elements from jazz / reggae / classical and world music. 

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Sting

Reference number:

10642
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Description:

An original two page handwritten letter in ballpoint (dated July 31st 1986) with amusing & sarcastic content to a fan who has clearly overstepped the mark in harassing him.

Part of the text includes ; "I'm sorry that you are depressed. I'm also sorry that your father's attempt to blackmail me by selling his ridiculous story to the press back fired and made fools of you both. I'm sorry you've lost your friends, I'm sorry you haven't got a job, I'm sorry that you and your father seem to have nothing better to do than write letters to pop singers, I'm sorry the world isn't a better place, and I'm sorry for the marmalade on this letter"

It concludes with ; I'm leaving the country next week and I won't be back until Christmas, so if you have to write more of these letters, send them via Father Christmas, he lives at the North Pole. Good luck and best wishes Sting"

An amazing and extremely rare & collectable letter with incredible content

Certification:

Obtained by SC. Includes the original mailing envelope post marked Upper Holloway August 1st 1986. Sting had released his first solo album "The Dream of the Blue Turtles" in 1985. In June 1986, he reunited with the Police for the last three shows of Amnesty's six-date A Conspiracy of Hope concerts in the US. He released his second studio album Nothing Like the Sun in October 1987. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

Size:

27x22cm Sized Letter (2 pages)

Condition:

Good. View Images. No tears. Minor creases where folded for envelope. Marmalade stain as described in letter ! Overall condition 8/10. Mailing envelope also good.

Sting

Reference number:

5056
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Description:

A clearly signed card in black ballpoint..

 

Certification:

Obtained in person at The Hilton Hotel London on 5.3.2002. Includes photograph of him at the signing. UACC RD222 & AFTAL Dealer No13 Memorabilia UK COA

Sting

Reference number:

3844
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Description:

A clearly signed page in black marker where he has added a face doodle within his signature.

 

Certification:

Obtained Capital Gold Radio Station on 18.9.2003. This is just one item taken from a huge collection of over 400 signatures contained in four large autograph / visitor books all obtained in person by an employee of Capital Gold Radio in London 2000-2008. Includes copy of a letter from him detailing the general history of the books. Every signature is named with the date collected on each page for easy reference and proof of signing date. UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA

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