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  • Beatles Pete Best Autographed Piece (Lot 232)

    Name of Lot: Beatles Pete Best Autographed Photograph
    Brief Description: Good condition
    Estimated Value: $150-$200
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  • Beatles Vintage Bobbleheads

    Name of Lot: Vintage Beatles Bobbleheads
    Size: 8″
    Brief Description: Original Beatles bobbleheads set, circa 1960’s. Made in Japan. All are very good condition with exception of John Lennon, showing a snapped off guitar neck. The broken piece is not included.
    Estimated Value: $800-$1200
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  • Beatles Yellow Submarine One Sheet

    Name of Lot: Beatles Yellow Submarine One Sheet
    Size: 27″ x 40″
    Brief Description: A foreign Beatles “Yellow Submarine” one sheet in very good condition. Vibrant colors.  Professionally framed.
    Estimated Value: $500-$700
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  • Bill Anderson Band / Sonny Garrish 1960s Nudie Shirt

    Name of Lot: Bill Anderson Band / Sonny Garrish 1960’s Nudie
    Brief Description: Stunning Nudie jacket / shirt made for Sonny Garrish, steel guitarist extraordinaire. This circa 1960’s Nudie was gifted to a sister duo who opened multiple tour dates with Grand Ole Opry star, Bill Anderson. One of the sisters has owned this piece since the late 1960’s. Sonny can be seen wearing this exact Nudie in a 1966 TV appearance while performing “I Get The Fever” with Bill Anderson. Sonny Garrish has recorded with Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson and B.B. King to name a few artists. Additionally Sonny played in the backing band for Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty and Tom T. Hall when they performed for President Carter.  Very good / excellent condition.
    Estimated Value: $1250-$1750
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  • BJ Thomas Personal Memorabilia Collection (Lot 126)

    Name of Lot: B.J. Thomas Personal Memorabilia Collection
    Brief Description: A collection of items B.J. saved as souvenirs, including a gatefold photo presentation from the Oscar De La Hoya golf tournament in which B.J. played, a personal guitar pick, a congratulatory note from the Grammy organization, multiple pieces of appearance ephemera, including a rare early career showbill / flyer, B.J.’s Grand Ole Opry all access pass and two collector cards.
    Estimated Value: $250-$350
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  • BJ Thomas Vintage Designer Chair (Lot 179)

    Name of Lot: B.J. Thomas Vintage Designer Chair
    Brief Description: A Herman Miller “atomic age”, designer chair. This was one of three chairs in B.J.’s “mancave” at his Arlington, Texas home. Very good condition. Pickup only, in Nashville, Tennessee. 
    Estimated Value: $150-$250
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  • BJ Thomas’ Golf Tournament Documents (Lot 122)

    Name of Lot: B.J. Thomas Golf Tournament Documents
    Brief Description: A unique file of documents regarding the planning stages of B.J.’s Celebrity Golf Tournament. B.J. was a scratch golfer and easily would have been the top golfer on the course, up to par with even professional golfers. Note the committed celebrities and those who were going to be invited, including Johnny Cash and possibly Loretta Lynn. Photo not included.
    Estimated Value: $40-$60
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  • BJ Thomas’ Personal Michael Jackson and Ernest Tubb Cd’s (Lot 117)

    Name of Lot: B.J. Thomas’ Personal Michael Jackson and Ernest Tubb CD’s
    Brief Description: Three mint / sealed CD sets from the B.J. Thomas estate.
    Estimated Value: $25-$35
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  • Blake Shelton ASCAP Award

    Name of Lot: Blake Shelton ASCAP Award
    Size: 10″ x 20″
    Brief Description: ASCAP Award issued to the publisher of “I’ll Name The Dogs”. Very good condition.
    Estimated Value: $150-$250
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  • Broken Spoke Saloon Sign

    Name of Lot: Broken Spoke Saloon Sign
    Size: 10 1/2″ x 53 1/2″ x 66″
    Brief Description: An original sign from Nashville’s Broken Spoke Saloon, which was founded in 1971. The saloon famous for hosting songwriters nights, was where Tim McGraw and the Dance Hall Doctors were the house band before Tim became a household name. Daryle Singletary was discovered at the Broken Spoke by Capital Records label executive Rob Henden. Stephen M. Shutts, President of Rockology Auctions recalls hanging out at the Broken Spoke with prolific songwriter Whitey Shafer, who penned numerous songs recorded by George Strait (All My Ex’s Live In Texas), George Jones, Lefty Frizzell and Keith Whitley to name a few. Approximately 30 years old, the artifact is ideal for the Nashville museum owner, bar, man-cave or for the creative decorator who wishes to turn the sign into a bed, headboard. Good condition. Pickup only upon acquisition.
    Estimated value: $900-$1200
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