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David Bowie & Spiders From Mars – 5 Autographed Petty Cash Receipts and Vintage Promotional Photograph

An impossibly rare set of David Bowie and the Spiders From Mars autographs on five petty cash receipts (for cash advanced to them by management). The individual receipts are signed by David Bowie and Spiders From Mars members Mick Ronson (guitar,) Trevor Boulder (bass,) and Woody Woodmansey (drums.)  Also included is a receipt signed by […]

David Bowie – 1963 Photograph of Bowie’s First Band, The Konrads

A rare photograph of David Bowie in his first band, The Konrads, taken in February 1963. Bowie (right), using the stage name David Jay in the band, was initially the group’s saxophonist, but took over as lead singer when the band’s frontman cut his foot on broken glass at a pub gig.  From Wikipedia: In […]

David Bowie – 1963 Photograph With The Konrads

A rare vintage photograph of David Bowie (on left, playing saxophone) from a 1963 professional photo session for his band The Konrads. This rare, original photograph was obtained from the archives of the London Features stock photo agency, which licensed photographs to magazines and newspapers on behalf of photographers. On the back is a stamp from […]

David Bowie & The Spiders From Mars – 1973 Japan Tour Program/Ziggy Stardust Tour

A 28 page deluxe concert program from David Bowie & The Spiders From Mars’ 1973 Japanese Tour. Bowie and band played 9 dates during this tour, in Tokyo, Nagoya, Hiroshima, Kobe, Osaka and Tokyo.  Filled with great photographs, advertisements, and text in Japanese.  11 1/2″ square, and in excellent condition.  Only the second copy we’ve […]

David Bowie – UK 1st Pressing “Hunky Dory” LP w/Laminated Cover (Ex-Collection of Bill Wyman, of the Rolling Stones)

A rare 1971 UK first pressing of David Bowie’s album Hunky Dory on RCA Records, with the earliest disc and laminated album cover, from the personal record collection of Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones. Recordmecca’s Jeff Gold acquired this directly from Bill Wyman while doing consulting for him, and at his request Wyman hand […]

David Bowie – Original 1978 RCA Limited Edition “Heroes” Lithograph Self-Portrait 18″ x 24″

An extremely rare David Bowie self-portrait lithograph, produced in 1978 as a limited-edition by RCA Records.  Measuring 18” x 24 3/4”, the lithograph is beautifully printed on thick textured off-white fine art paper. This lithograph marks the first appearance of Bowie’s original artwork based on his Heroes album cover.  The image proved very popular, and was later used on concert posters, handbills, t-shirts, press kits, […]

David Bowie – Signed Talent Agency Contract for 1972 Ziggy Stardust US Tour

David Bowie’s first United States talent agency contract, signed by Bowie and a representative of the William Morris Agency three weeks before the start of Bowie’s first American tour, the 1972 Ziggy Stardust tour. The two page double-sided contract is dated August 30, 1972, the day Bowie played the sixth and final show of his […]

David Bowie – Original Signed Mick Rock Ziggy Era Photograph 8″ X 10″

A stunning original photograph of David Bowie in 1972, during his Ziggy Stardust prime, by Mick Rock, the photographer most closely associated with him.  This print was made from the original negative, and has Mick Rock’s studio label on the back and his handwritten copyright dates, first 1972, the year the image was made, and […]

David Bowie – 1980’s Live Photograph From London Features Archive

A rare photograph of David Bowie and his band performing in the 1980’s, from the archives of the London Features International photo agency, which licensed images to magazines, newspapers and books for publications.  On the back is the London Features copyright/credit stamp. In near mint condition. 8″ x 10″

David Bowie – 1963 Photograph of Bowie’s With Singers In First Band, The Konrads

A rare 1963 photograph of David Bowie (right) with singers Roger Ferris, and Stella and Christine Patton from his first band, The Konrads. Bowie (then using the stage name David Jay) was initially the band’s saxophonist, but took over as lead singer when the band’s frontman cut his foot on broken glass at a pub […]

David Bowie – Mick Rock Signed Mainman Promotional Photograph

A 1973 David Bowie promotional photograph issued by his management company, Mainman, and signed on the back by the photographer, Mick Rock.  8″ x 10″ and in near mint condition.  The only color Bowie promo photo we’ve seen.

David Bowie – Unused Full Ticket Radio City Music Hall 1973 Ziggy Stardust Tour

A very rare unused full ticket from the David Bowie and the Spiders From Mars concert February 15, 1973 at Radio City Music Hall, as part of Bowie’s historic Ziggy Stadust tour.  This came from a former employee of his management company, Mainman; on the back is the notation New York City New York USA.  […]

David Bowie – Unused Cleveland 1972 Full Concert Ticket, from Ziggy Stardust Tour

A remarkable unused ticket for David Bowie’s 25th US show, on November 26, 1972 at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland, Ohio.  In excellent condition, this measures 3 7/8″ x 1 1/2″, and has two holes punched, marking it as a complementary ticket, and a long flattened horizontal crease through the middle.  This was obtained from […]

David Bowie – Very Rare 1972 Phoenix Concert Poster From Ziggy Stardust Tour

An impossibly rare concert poster advertising David Bowie and the Spiders From Mars’ November 4, 1972 show at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix Arizona.  This was Bowie’s 12th-ever show played in the United States, and part of the historic tour promoting his Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars album. This is the only genuine […]

David Bowie – Son Zowie’s Unused 1974 Toronto Concert Ticket

An unused complementary ticket for David Bowie’s June 16, 1974 concert at Toronto’s O’Keefe Centre.  This ticket came from someone involved with MainMan, Bowie’s management company, and has “Zowie” the name of Bowie’s then 3 year old son written on the back, indicating it was for him.  The green stripe across the ticket marks it […]

David Bowie – Printer’s Proof of “Let’s Dance” 12″ Single Art

A printer’s proof for David Bowie’s 1983 worldwide hit 12″ single Let’s Dance, measuring 26″ x 20″.  A very small number of these would have been made for the artist, art director and record label to approve before mass producing millions of album covers.  There are  printer’s color bars along the top.  In Near Mint […]