The Rolling Stones were formed in London in 1962 by Brian Jones, Ian Stewart, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts. Ian Stewart was removed from the official line up in 1963 but worked with the band as a road manager and keyboardist. Later members of the group included Ronnie Wood and Mick Taylor. The group have sold over 20 million albums and were ranked number four in Rolling Stone magazine’s 100 greatest artists of all time. Since 1963 the group have performed hundreds of times around the globe and are still continuing to be one of the largest touring groups around.
The Rolling Stones are one of the most collectible groups in the world, second only to the legendary Beatles. Collectors seem mainly to be interested in good Rolling Stones autographed material, particularly signatures on album covers or promo photos. UK Stones concert posters always attract a lot of attention and are very saleable. Unique or one-off items relating to the Rolling Stones such as an instrument or a piece of stage-worn clothing are always of major interest to Rolling Stones collectors as they are seen to be of historical importance. A Harmony Stratotone guitar owned by Brian Jones recently sold for £80,000
Full set of signatures on a record sleeve we will pay around £2000 - £3000.
A set of signatures on a programme we will pay around £1000.
A set of signatures on a photograph we will pay around £700 to £1000.
A set of signatures on one page we pay around £500 to £600.
We will pay around £6000 - 10,000 for a 40 x 30 inch poster
We will pay around £3000 - £5000 for a 20 inch x 30 inch poster
We will pay around £300 to £400 for any 60s Stones handbill.
We will pay around £25 for any 60s Stones concert programme, much more for one-off gigs.
We will pay around £25 for any Rolling Stones concert ticket stubs, much more for complete unused tickets.
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