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 […]

Sex Pistols – Original Photograph With Bromley Contingent

An original vintage photograph by Richard Young of the Sex Pistols and their friends, the “Bromley Contingent.”. We obtained this original 8″ x 10″ photo from Sex Pistols biographer and associate Jon Savage, who writes in his letter of authenticity “This photograph was taken by Richard Young in the autumn of 1976. It shows the […]

Sex Pistols – Original Ray Stevenson 1976 Photograph

An original vintage photograph by Ray Stevenson of the Sex Pistols at the Hertfordshire College of Art, St. Albans, England. This 8′ x 10′ print pictures a very young Johnny Rotten and Steve Jones in performance. We obtained this from Sex Pistols biographer and associate Jon Savage, who writes in his letter of authenticity that […]

Sex Pistols – Original UK “God Save The Queen” 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 […]

Sex Pistols – Authentic Never Mind The Bollocks RIAA Platinum Award

An original RIAA Platinum Record award for “Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols” presented to the legendary Howie Klein. Klein, the former president of Reprise Records, co-founder of San Francisco indie label 415 Records and a San Francisco music writer and radio dj, interviewed the Sex Pistols twice while they were in San […]

Sex Pistols – 1977 Band Signed Concert Contracts

Four concert contract riders signed by the individual Sex Pistols for their cancelled show at the Alexandria Roller Rink in Alexandria, VA., January 3, 1978. Johnny Rotten (signing his given name John Lydon,) Sid Vicious (signing his given name, John Beverly,) Steve Jones and Paul Cook each sign identical concert riders (contracts) agreeing to the […]

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