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Rock Memorabilia for sale - Cobain Guitar
Celebrity memorabilia always creates a lot of interest. Whether it is serious collectors or diehard fans, when an item with famous provenance comes up for sale, it sets tongues wagging.

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Aerosmith SIGNED original painting
Aerosmith, original painting titled 'Elevator' by James Wilkinson, signed by Joey Kramer and Brad Whitford of Aerosmith\nacrylic on canvas, signed by Joey Kramer and Brad Whitford of Aerosmith in London. The painting is accompanied by a photograph of Brad and Joey with the artist, as well as photograph of the artist with Steve Tyler in Chicago. Framed.\nJames Wilkinson\nIn 1999 after a ten-year absence James Wilkinson began painting again. His work is collaboration between himself and his subjects. “How much more of a portrait is it, if they leave a part of there selves on the canvas?” he asks.\nAfter leaving school James acquired the position as resident artist at a large advertising agency in Whitechapel where he worked and learnt new commercial techniques. After only a year he left and attended Chelsea school of Art where he concentrated on the human figure. To support him-self, James took on freelance work from a number of London art studios.\nJames changed career entirely for the next ten years choosing a successful career in the city. It was while heading a bond-trading desk at Deutsche Bank that he began to paint again and was offered a 3 month exhibition in London’s Leicester Square. The opening night saw a record number of sales and a celebrity and city-laden party.\n3 later London exhibitions and some 180 portraits later, James’s works is owned and commissioned by the music glitterati, including the Rolling Stones. Ronnie Wood owns some of James’s work which led to Ronnie Wood letting James use his Kensington based Harrington club as a venue for an exhibition and then later inviting him backstage on various Stones concerts across America.\nOasis own and have commissioned paintings as have the Appleton sister’s. James’s work has been featured in Hello magazine in the lounges of Soap stars and is regularly given to Charity to raise money, as shown when Louise Redknapp donated James’s portrait of her, straight from her home to the Tsunami Fund at Capital radio.\nJames is now working on a number of television projects based on his art and subjects and will be exhibiting in London later this year.\nUpon bidding it will be deemed that you have read and fully understood Cooper Owen's Terms and Conditions and Summary of Charges. These can be found on ebay and Cooper Owen's website. Please note that all terms outlined on Cooper Owen's website take precedance. Cooper Owen
117 Frank Zappa owned and played 1952 Les Paul gold top
Frank Zappa, Gibson Les Paul Gold Top Guitar, 1952/53\nThis guitar was customised by Frank Zappa who used it on stage and in studio during the mid-1960s. According to his interview with Steve Rosen of the Guitar Player magazine in 1977, this was his main guitar before he acquired his famous mid-60s SG.\nA 1952/53 Gibson Les Paul model, in gold/natural finish, single cutaway mahogany body with maple top, bound mahogany neck, twenty-two fret rosewood fingerboard with crown inlays, headstock facia with Les Paul MODEL, one P-90 single coil pickup, one single coil pickup, one humbacking pickup, six rotary controls, toggle switch, pick-up selector switch, metal bridge with Bigsby tremolo tailpiece; and an original brown Lifton hardshell contour case painted green with pink plush lining.\n\nWith his trademark moustache and goatee, Frank Zappa was controversial, original and provocative leader of The Mothers of Invention. Composer and guitar hero, Zappa recorded the Mothers 1966 debut 'Freak Out' one of rock's first double albums, on which he used this guitar.\nThe vendor of this guitar was living in the San Francisco Bay area in 1967 an hanging out with bands like Big Brother and Quicksilver Messenger Service. It was during this period, as a keen guitarist, that he acquired the guitar. It has been in his possession until this day. \n\nUpon bidding it will be deemed that you have read and fully understood Cooper Owen's Terms and Conditions and Summary of Charges. These can be found on ebay and Cooper Owen's website. Please note that all terms outlined on Cooper Owen's website take precedance. Cooper Owen
Cream publicity shots contact sheet, 1968
One b/w contact print of 12 Cream publicity photographs 1968\nTaken with a Hasselblad camera in Copenhagen in February 1968 by an unknown photographer, the contact sheet shows 12 images and has markings - apparently used for preparation of artwork. Measuring approx 8" x 10". Sold without copyright\n\nAccompanied by a letter of authenticity from Janet Bruce.\n\nUpon bidding it will be deemed that you have read and fully understood Cooper Owen's Terms and Conditions and Summary of Charges. These can be found on ebay and Cooper Owen's website. Please note that all terms outlined on Cooper Owen's website take precedance. Cooper Owen
119 - Hendrix Sacremento flyer
Flyer for the Jimi Hendrix Experience at SAC State College, California, 8th February 1968\nWith support by the Creators.\nApprox. 8.5 x 11 inch. (21 x 28 cm)\n\nUpon bidding it will be deemed that you have read and fully understood Cooper Owen's Terms and Conditions and Summary of Charges. These can be found on ebay and Cooper Owen's website. Please note that all terms outlined on Cooper Owen's website take precedance. Cooper Owen
1091-Jimi Hendrix Reprise Records poster
Reprise Records Jimi Hendrix poster\nA black and white Reprise Records personality poster showing a side on image of Hendrix playing guitar and wearing the flowery guitar strap in the collection. Mounted on board.\nMeasures approx. 21 x 27 inch (53 x 68 cm)\n\nUpon bidding it will be deemed that you have read and fully understood Cooper Owen's Terms and Conditions and Summary of Charges. These can be found on ebay and Cooper Owen's website. Please note that all terms outlined on Cooper Owen's website take precedance. Cooper Owen
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