Rolling Stones – Unique Ronnie Wood Signed Lithograph of Keith Richards, Numbered 1/1

A one-of-a-kind limited edition lithograph by Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood, picturing his Stones guitar partner Keith Richards.  Numbered 1/1 and hand-signed in the lower right corner in pencil “Ronnie Wood,”this unique artwork came from the collection of a concert promoter friendly with the band. The lithograph measures 22 1/2″ x 28 3/4″ and is […]

Rolling Stones – Bill Wyman’s Personal ‘Black and Blue’ Test Pressing LP, with His Handwritten Track Listing, Fully Documented (Artist Owned)

A rare test pressing of the Rolling Stones 1976 album Black and Blue from the collection of longtime Stones’ bassist Bill Wyman, with his handwritten notations and track listing on the front cover. Bill Wyman is legendary both as a musician and as a collector of Rolling Stones memorabilia.  This test pressing was sold by […]

Brian Jones & Nico – Vintage Monterey Pop Photograph (Rolling Stones, Velvet Underground)

A vintage photograph of Nico and Brian Jones taken at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival. It’s dated 1968 on the back (the year after the festival) and measures 6 1/2″ x 4 1/2″.  There is a 1968 copyright notice on the back crediting the late Stephen C. LaVere, a somewhat legendary record producer and music historian […]

The Rolling Stones – Debut UK 2nd Pressing LP Decca Near Mint/Near Mint

A beautiful NM/NM UK 2nd pressing of the Rolling Stones self-titled debut album with the Unboxed Red Decca label. Non-grooved label variation with correct titled of “I Need You Baby” and correct version of “Tell Me.” 2A/3A stampers. Playing surface is shiny as new (sorry about the glare on the front cover photo; it looks […]

The Beatles / Rolling Stones – Bill Wyman’s Mono 1st Pressing of “The White Album” With His Signed Letter of Authenticity (Non-EMI Labels) (Artist Owned)

A UK Mono first pressing of The Beatles self-titled 1968 album, aka the White Album, 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 signed the included letter of authenticity, which reads: […]

Rolling Stones – Popsie 8 x 10 Photograph

A rare vintage photograph of the Rolling Stones (and an English sheep dog) at a press conference in New York’s Astor Hotel, on June 2, 1964.  The Stones had just arrived in the United States for the first time, in advance of their first American Tour, which began June 5 in San Bernardino, CA and […]

Rolling Stones – 1964 Signed UK Tour Program with 2 COA’s

A fully signed program for The Rolling Stones Show, a five day run of shows from May 14-18, 1964. Mick Jagger, Keith Richard and Charlie Watts have signed the back cover, with Bill Wyman, Brian Jones and Charlie Watts (again) signing the front, each adjacent to their position in the photos.  This will frame beautifully, […]

Rolling Stones – Cardboard Poster with Guns N’ Roses at the Coliseum

A rare cardboard boxing-style concert poster advertising an October 18, 1989 Los Angeles Coliseum concert by the Rolling Stones with opening acts Guns N’ Roses and Living Colour. This bill proved so popular another three shows were added; this poster, announcing the first show, is scarce.  In very good condition with staple holes from where […]

The Rolling Stones – Rare 1978 “Some Girls” Boxing-Style Promo Poster With Banned Artwork

A scarce cardboard boxing-style promotional poster advertising the Rolling Stones 1978 album Some Girls, and featuring and featuring the withdrawn artwork with images of Marilyn Monroe, Lucille Ball, Farrah Fawcett and others. Printed by Colby Posters of Los Angeles, these were posted on telephone poles around Los Angeles.  We obtained this from an employee of […]

Rolling Stones – Full Band Signed Limited Edition Lithograph ‘It’s Only Rock and Roll’ (Mick Taylor lineup)

A superb limited-edition 26″ x 26″ lithograph of Guy Peelaert’s iconic album cover for the Rolling Stones It’s Only Rock and Roll, numbered 6/75 and boldly signed in the lower border in pencil by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, and Mick Taylor, who left the band in 1974.  This gorgeous lithograph was […]

Rolling Stones – Ultra Rare “Miss You” (Disco Version) 12″ Acetate, From Ex-Label President’s Collection

A 12″ single-sided acetate of the disco version of the Rolling Stones worldwide hit single “Miss You,” from the estate of the former president of Rolling Stones Records. As the accompanying letter of authenticity from author Joe Hagan explains, in part, This acetate was part of a collection belonging to the late Earl McGrath, vice […]

Rolling Stones – Ultra Rare “Rotten Roll” 12” Acetate From Ex-Label President’s Collection (aka “Before They Make Me Run”)

A 12″ single-sided acetate of the Rolling Stones song “Before They Make Me Run” with its original title, “Rotten Roll”, from the estate of the former president of Rolling Stones Records. As the accompanying letter of authenticity from author Joe Hagan explains, in part, This acetate was part of a collection belonging to the late […]

Rolling Stones – Vintage 8″x10″ Photograph by “Popsie”

A rare 1966 vintage photograph of the Rolling Stones by William ‘Popsie’ Randolph. This is an original hand-printed photograph, made from the original negative and printed near the time the photograph was taken.  As a “vintage print”, it is much more collectible and valuable than a recent print.  Popsie’s stamped photo credit stamp is on the […]

Rolling Stones – Likely Unique ‘Work-In-Progress’ Acetate of ‘Some Girls’ LP, with Alternate Song, 4 Different Versions

A likely unique ‘work in progress’ acetate of the Rolling Stones Some Girls album, including a song ultimately pulled from the album, and different versions of four of the lp’s best known songs.  This ultra rarity was obtained from the estate of Earl McGrath, former president of Rolling Stones Records. This acetate has a completely […]

Rolling Stones – Alternate ‘Emotional Rescue’ LP Acetate From Collection of Rolling Stones Records President500

An alternate acetate of the Rolling Stones Emotional Rescue album, from the estate of Earl McGrath, ex-president of Rolling Stones Records.   This acetate has a more than one minute longer version of “Dance (Pt. 1)” and a slightly longer version of “Where the Boys Go”.   There are likely differences in the final mix and […]

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