The enduring popularity of the Rolling Stones is undeniable, and at RR Auction we’ve had enormous success auctioning off Rolling Stones memorabilia at high prices. From Rolling Stones designer posters and Keith Richards photos from Annie Leibovitz to signed albums and more, our clients are ready to pay a premium for your Rolling Stones autographs and artifacts.
Impressive collectibles like this rare acetate of the Rolling Stones’ first professional recording session was met with enthusiastic bids from our clients! The recording session took place in London, England at the International Broadcasting Company back in 1963. This piece is only one of two surviving copies known to exist featuring five tracks in total.
Originally expected to go for $25k, this acetate ended up selling for an exceedingly high price of $34,568. With our team of specialists on your side, your Rolling Stones collectibles will garner great attention and even better prices.
RR Auction has received consignments for other stage-worn memorabilia including a pair of velvet trousers worn by Rolling Stones’ star Mick Jagger. TMZ reported that the custom made garment was shared with fellow bandmate Keith Richards. “They were later gifted to Gram Parsons after the late musician moved in with the Stones guitarist following Parsons’ departure from The Byrds,” according to NME. Going to the highest bidder for $10,413, the rich history of these trousers made them a highly desirable piece.
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