These well worn vintage boots were from the Dick West estate. Dick West (Thompson) was Jerry Lee’s bodyguard, manager and confidant from 1963 to 1982. The Thompson family did not know if these boots belonged to Dick or to Jerry Lee. The size is stamped 9 1/2, but the boots measure 11 1/2″ from toe tip to outer arch above heel. They are indicative of Jerry Lee’s late 1960’s stage worn style. This particular style boot is very sought after in the vintage clothing world. The boots will be issued with a Rockology Auctions COA stating they are from Dick Wests estate only, since the exact ownership is inconclusive. Sold as is. No reserve.
Jerry Lee Lewis personal / possibly stage worn tie from the living estate of Kerrie Lewis. Circa late 1960’s, based on the inner lining, as there is no makers tag. Very good condition. Sold as is. No returns.
Dick West, Jerry Lee Lewis bodyguard, manager and confidant, personal wardrobe clothing. Dick West (Thompson) took the name West from Sonny and Red West, Elvis’s Memphis Mafia members, when he decided a try at becoming a recording artist. He was a dapper dresser, thus as seen in these exceptionally well cared for articles of clothing. Three piece suit and overcoat. Overall very good / excellent condition. Sold as is. No returns.
Chris Stapleton early career signed setlist. Acquired in person, backstage at the Crazy Bull in Macon, Georgia, by Rockology Auctions co-owner, Norm Brewer. A contemporary country music artist signature that is hard to obtain. Sold as is. No Returns.
B.J. Thomas personal items and ephemera collection. Acquired directly from B.J.’s estate. Most notable is the Grammy notification addressed to B.J., autographed CD, personal sleep eyewear, eyeglass case (no glasses), golf tournament literature with an extensive list of celebrities to invite, golfer autograph and more. Sold as is. No returns.
Tanya Tucker personal wardrobe jewelry. All costume jewelry acquired directly from Tanya when we purchased her warehouse contents / storage, several years ago. Some jewelry is missing pieces. Some are not. Includes a COA from Rockology Auctions. Sold as is. No returns.
Dick West (Thompson), bodyguard and manager to Jerry Lee Lewis, personal three piece suit and overcoat. Worn by Dick, who borrowed the name West from Sonny and Red West when he decided to give a try at becoming a recording artist. The suit and overcoat are in excellent condition. These clothes were worn by Dick during his stint with Jerry Lee Lewis which started in 1963 and ended in 1982. Sold as is. No returns.