David Bowie – 1975 RCA Records “Young Americans” Promotional Belt Buckle

A scarce David Bowie belt buckle issued by RCA Records in 1975 as a promotional item for his album Young Americans.  The buckle measures 2 1/4″ square, and will accommodate a belt 2″ wide.  In excellent overall condition, with a bit of very light scuffing to the photo.

David Bowie – Ultra Rare 1972 Santa Monica Civic Ziggy Tour Concert Program

A very rare concert program from David Bowie & The Spiders From Mars’ October 20, 1972 concert at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium.  This show from the Ziggy Stardust US Tour became legendary show because of the radio broadcast subsequently released as a live album–Bowie and his band at his best. The program is for […]

David Bowie – Mint UK Mercury Dress Cover ‘The Man Who Sold The World’ LP

A rare and exceptionally nice UK first pressing of David Bowie’s 1971 masterpiece The Man Who Sold The World with the legendary “dress cover”, on Mercury Records.  This authentic first pressing has stamped matrix numbers and textured cover, with the uncropped photograph of Bowie wearing his “man’s dress” (designed by Mr. Fish of London.)  This […]

David Bowie – 1983 Boxing-Style Concert Poster From Los Angeles Forum

A scarce cardboard boxing-style concert poster advertising David Bowie’s August, 1983 shows at the Los Angeles Forum, during his “Let’s Dance” tour.  Printed by Colby Posters of Los Angeles, these were posted on telephone poles around Los Angeles.  We obtained this example from a former employee of the company hired to post these; it was […]

David Bowie – Factory Sealed Perfect 1st Pressing “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust” Sealed LP

A perfect, stunning factory sealed likely first pressing of David Bowie’s 1972 masterpiece The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, on RCA Records. This has the earliest cover variation with the catalog number, LSP-4702, in the lower right corner of the back cover, and the number 5/LSP4702 in the lower […]

David Bowie – Rare, Large 1973 “Ziggy” Hollywood Palladium Ticket Stub

Here’s an ultra rare, large (2 7/8″ x 2″) ticket stub for David Bowie & The Spiders From Mars’ show at the Hollywood Palladium, on March 12, 1973.  This was a show scheduled on short notice after their show at the much larger Long Beach Arena two days earlier.  We were lucky enough to attend, […]

Yardbirds, David Bowie, Small Faces Etc. – 1966 Marquee Club Handbill

A very rare handbill from London’s legendary Marquee Club, advertising shows during March 1966 featuring The Yardbirds (with Jeff Beck), David Bowie & The Buzz, the Small Faces, the Spencer Davis Group (with Steve Winwood) and many more. The Marquee was “the” club in swinging London, and this handbill illustrates why–in addition to the artists […]

David Bowie – 1st Pressing “Hunky Dory” LP With Laminated Cover

A very rare UK first pressing of David Bowie’s 1971 album Hunky Dory, with the extremely scarce laminated front cover. Bowie was just coming into his own with Hunky Dory, which featured classics like “Life on Mars”, “Changes” and “Oh ! You Pretty Things.” Only the very earliest copies had laminated covers, without mention of […]

David Bowie – Mint UK 1st Pressing “Ziggy Stardust” LP

A very rare UK first pressing of David Bowie’s 1972 masterpiece, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, on RCA.  There are a few sub-variations of the Ziggy album; this has the very early -1E/-2E stamper numbers, Titanic Music/Chrysalis Music publishing credits, “A Gem Production” and no mention of Mainman […]

David Bowie – “Young Americans” Album, Signed & Inscribed In Year of LP’s Release

Here’s a beautiful signed first pressing of David Bowie’s Young Americans album signed “for Jean Pierre love Bowie ’75” in the year the album was released. This came from the collection of an RCA Records executive, and the signature and inscription are large and bold.  The album cover is in Mint Condtion, and the orange […]

David Bowie – “Let’s Dance” 1983 LA Forum Boxing-Style Concert Poster

A classic Boxing Style concert poster for two dates on the David Bowie “Let’s Dance” tour– Aug 14th and 15th, 1983 at the Forum in Los Angeles, CA.The poster is in near mint condition, and measures 14″ x 22 1/2″. David Bowie boxing style posters are rare and this one is beautiful.

David Bowie – Poster Friends of The Earth Save The Whale Benefit

An extremely rare concert poster/program used to advertise the July 8, 1972 Friends of the Earth/Save the Whale Benefit Concert, at the Royal Festival Hall in London, and headlined by David Bowie & The Spiders from Mars.  Opening acts were Marmalade and J.S.D. Band (who opened for Bowie on his UK Ziggy Stardust tour.) This […]

David Bowie – Near Mint UK 1st Press “Hunky Dory” LP

A scarce UK first pressing of David Bowie’s 1971 classic Hunky Dory, on RCA Records.  The disc, in NM- condition, is the earliest variation, with 3T stampers and Bobil etched on one side in the dead wax, and Rasputin on the other side.  There are no visible spindle trails, only a very light bit of […]

David Bowie – 1983 Boxing-Style Concert Poster (“Let’s Dance” Tour)

A cardboard boxing-style concert poster for a show on the David Bowie “Let’s Dance” tour, Aug 11th 1983, at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington.   14″ x 22 1/2″, in near mint condition.   David Bowie boxing style posters are rare and this one is a beauty.

David Bowie – Never Distributed Diamond Dogs Poster By Guy Peelleart

A rare never-distributed David Bowie poster, made for his 1974 Diamond Dogs tour.  Designed by Belgian artist Guy Peelleart and commissioned by Bowie’s production/management company Mainman, this probably didn’t make it to market because of the dog’s genitals.  The Diamond Dogs album cover, also designed by Peelleart, originally had the dog’s genitals visible; it was […]

David Bowie – Unreleased “Station To Station” Color Album Cover Slick

An unreleased full-color album cover slick for David Bowie’s 1976 album Station to Station.   Bowie first contemplated using this full color photograph for his album cover, but before releasing it changed his mind and switched to the well known black and white cover.  A small number of color slicks have surfaced over the years.  Album […]