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  • A Flock Of Seagulls Gold Record Award (Lot 229)

    Name of Lot: A Flock Of Seagulls Gold Record Award
    Brief Description: Presented to Drake Hall
    Estimated Value: $150-$200
    Auction Ended
  • Beatles Pete Best Autographed Piece (Lot 232)

    Name of Lot: Beatles Pete Best Autographed Photograph
    Brief Description: Good condition
    Estimated Value: $150-$200
    Auction Ended
  • BJ Thomas Celebrity Correspondence Collection (Lot 124)

    Name of Lot: B.J. Thomas Celebrity Correspondence Collection
    Brief Description: Scarce typed letter signed from Lionel Richie, regarding his inability to appear at B.J.’s golf tournament, signed letter from Alabama’s drummer Mark Herndon, Christmas Card from the Ron Blackwood family, a candid photo of B.J. backstage and a Christmas Greetings letter from the Charley Pride family.
    Estimated Value: $250-$350
    Auction Ended
  • BJ Thomas’ Grammy Program and Rolling Stone Magazine (Lot 120)

    Name of Lot: B.J. Thomas  Grammy Program and Rolling Stone Magazine
    Brief Description: Two programs and a magazine from the B.J. Thomas estate…The Rolling Stone has B.J. Thomas referenced on the top 500 song list, the baseball program with the Rangers vs. Yankees, B.J attended the game, (note his pass stuck on the cover), and the Grammy program with B.J. Thomas’s handwritten notes referencing his competition that year regarding Grammy nods. Most unique ensemble.
    Estimated Value: $50-$75
    Auction Ended
  • BJ Thomas’ Personal Grammy Programs (Lot 146)

    Name of Lot: B.J. Thomas Personal Grammy Programs
    Brief Description: B.J.’s personal Grammy books acquired from his home in Arlington, Texas. B.J. was awarded a staggering five Grammy’s during his illustrious career.
    Estimated Value: $40-$60
    Auction Ended
  • 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
    Auction Ended
  • BJ Thomas’ Personal Wardrobe T-Shirts (Lot 118)

    Name of Lot: B.J. Thomas Personal Wardrobe T-Shirt Lot
    Size: Medium / Large
    Brief Description: Four T-shirts from B.J.’s home closet. He would cut the necks and sleeves off to wear occasionally at outdoor informal events. All are true collector T-s…a Janis Joplin Festival T (B.J. performed at the festival), merchandise T of he and Billy Joe Royal, Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop T, (B.J.’s family were friends with the Tubb family) and a shirt created by the album art designer for the “Back Against The Wall” release. All are very good to excellent condition.
    Estimated Value: $200-$300
    Auction Ended
  • Janis Joplin Autograph (Lot 134)

    Name of Lot: Janis Joplin Autograph
    Size: 4 1/2″
    Brief Description: Janis Joplin autograph in an unconventional style, as not being a “stacked” signature. Accompanied with a detailed letter on how acquired in her home state in 1969. Sadly, less than a year later she would die of a heroin overdose and join what would become the infamous “27 Club”.
    As always Rockology Auctions offers a full refund within 30 days on autographs if a comparable authentication service deems the autograph to be non authentic. We stand behind our analysis of the ephemera we offer for acquisition.
    Estimated Value: $700-$900
    Auction Ended
  • Journey Award for Frontiers Album (Lot 231)

    Name of Lot: Journey Award for Frontiers Album, stating 1 million units sold (platinum).
    Brief Description: Good condition
    Estimated Value: $200-$300
    Auction Ended