Sex Pistols – 1977 German “God Save The Queen” Banner Promo Poster

An ultra rare 1977 German Virgin/Ariola Records promotional poster advertising the Sex Pistols second single, “God Save The Queen”.  This is the only example we’ve seen of this rare poster, beautifully printed in silver ink on blue paper matching the GSTQ picture sleeve, and featuring Jamie Reid’s iconic Queen portrait. The German text translates to […]

Sex Pistols / Clash / Damned – Original 1976 “Anarchy Tour” Concert Poster

An extremely rare original first printing concert poster advertising a show by the Sex Pistols, the Clash, the Damned and Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers; at the Kings Hall, Derby, December 4, 1976.  This cancelled show was part of the Sex Pistols’ chaotic Anarchy in the UK Tour. While this poster has been bootlegged more […]

Sex Pistols, Clash, Siouxie & The Banshees – 100 Club ‘Punk Special’ 1976 Concert Poster

A poster for the legendary ‘Punk Special’ held at London’s 100 Club, on September 20, 1976. The show featured the Sex Pistols, Clash, and the live debuts of Subway Sect and Suzie (soon to become Siouxie) and the Banshees, the latter with Sid Vicious on drums. This historic show, organized by Malcolm McLaren as a […]

Sex Pistols – 1996 German Concert Poster

An original concert poster advertising a Sex Pistols concert on July 14, 1996 show in Hanau, Germany; as part of their Filthy Lucre reunion tour.  This features an action shot of Johnny Rotten, and measures 23 1/4″ x 33″.  In mint condition.

Sex Pistols / Johnny Rotten – Handwritten Lyric Manuscript for “Problems”

John Lydon’s (Johnny Rotten) handwritten lyric manuscript for the Sex Pistols “Problems”, from Never Mind the Bollocks. This has been authenticated by Jon Savage, Sex Pistols expert and author of the definitive band biography England’s Dreaming: Sex Pistols and Punk Rock. Savage’s COA reads “This letter is to confirm the authenticity of an original lyric […]

Sid Vicious / Sex Pistols – Owned & Worn Studded Belt, With Full Authentication

An extraordinary punk collectible–a studded leather belt owned and worn by Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols, with full documentation. This belt was offered as part of a lot of Sid’s possessions by Vicious’ mother, Anne Beverley, at a sale in June 1988, then sold by the original purchaser at Butterfield & Butterfield’s Auctioneers in […]

Sex Pistols / The Clash / Siouxsie & The Banshees – Original 100 Club/Punk Special 1976 Concert Poster

A poster for the legendary ‘Punk Special’ held at London’s 100 Club, on September 20, 1976. The show featured the Sex Pistols, Clash, and the live debuts of Subway Sect and Suzie (soon to become Siouxsie) and the Banshees, the latter with Sid Vicious on drums. The historic show, organized by Malcolm McLaren as a […]

Sex Pistols – Original UK “God Save The Queen” Promo Poster

A beautiful original UK promotional poster for the Sex Pistols second single, “God Save The Queen.” Pistols art director Jamie Reid appropriated photographer Cecil Beaton’s portrait of Queen Elizabeth, covering her face with his trademark “ransom note” lettering for this, arguably the best-known image he created for the band.  This is an absolutely original first […]

Sex Pistols – Rare Jamie Reid Designed “Sex Pistols Number 1 & 2” Poster

A rare UK poster advertising the films Sex Pistols Number 1 and Never Mind The Sex Pistols, Here’s The Problems (aka Sex Pistols Number 2, or Jubilee Riverboat,)  designed by Jamie Reid. Sex Pistols Number One was a half-hour collage of television interviews, commentaries, news footage and live performances from the Anarchy tour; Director Julien […]

Sex Pistols – 1976 Johnny Rotten Handwritten “Problems” Lyric

An extremely rare partial lyric for the Sex Pistols song “Problems,” handwritten by Johnny Rotten in 1976.  Rotten (John Lydon) has written the song title “Problems” and the first nine lines of the song in blue ink, on the top half of a sheet of paper. Below the lyric are  the names and home addresses […]

Sex Pistols – Sid Vicious Owned & Worn Boot Straps With Full Authentication

An extraordinary punk collectible–two studded leather boot straps owned and worn by Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols, with full documentation. (these are an unmatched pair and were worn by Sid, one each, on his boots.) These were offered as part of a lot of Sid’s possessions by Vicious’ mother, Anne Beverley, at a sale in […]

Sex Pistols – “God Save The Queen” 1977 UK Promo Poster

A rare 1977 first printing of Jamie Reid’s iconic UK promo poster for the Sex Pistols second single, the highly controversial “God Save The Queen.” Probably the best known of Reid’s Pistols artwork, it appropriates Cecil Beaton’s portrait of Queen Elizabeth and covers her face with Reid’s trademark “ransom note” lettering. A guaranteed original first […]

Public Image Ltd. – 1st US Tour Poster With Sex Pistols Imagery

A fantastic 17″ x 22″ concert poster for Public Image Limited at Los Angeles’s Olympic Auditorium, during their first ever US tour, in May1980. PIL wanted to play unusual venues, and this one, primarily used for (fake) wrestling, fit the bill. The poster has the Sex Pistols logo and a Johnny Rotten Pistols photo, and […]

Sex Pistols – Clash – Buzzcocks – 1976 Screen on the Green Poster

An original small poster for the famed August 1976 “Screen on the Green” punk concert, featuring the Sex Pistols, the Clash (in their first London performance,) and the Buzzcocks, all for 1 British pound.  Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren rented a London movie theatre for this “Midnight Special,” which lasted until dawn. The poster here, designed […]

Sex Pistols – 1977 No Future Handbill

An original “No Future” handbill (actually a large paper gummed-back sticker) made by the Sex Pistols UK management in 1977, promoting the original title of their soon-to-be-classic “God Save The Queen” and a slogan that would become one of the punk movement’s most oft repeated.   With classic artwork by Jamie Reid, this measures 5 […]

Sex Pistols – 1977 God Save The Queen Handbill

An original handbill (actually a large paper gummed-back sticker) made by the Sex Pistols UK management to advertise the Pistols second single, God Save The Queen.  The single was released during Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee in 1977; the record’s lyrics and the sleeve’s artwork were controversial at the time, and the BBC refused to […]