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23 ***days ***ago
mattleeuk
QuoteCaptainCorella QuoteRockman Most Wanted - Record Collector513 -- January 2021 Maybe even Matt Lee does not have one of these! Matt Lee does have one and it’s in his forthcoming book ;-) I actually nearly bought this one a while back as it’s in slightly better condition than mine. I have a lot of Knebworth stuff. Follow me on Instagram: matt_leeuk
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28 ***days ***ago
mattleeuk
Quotecolonial Quotesarahunwin Hi Matt! Hope you are staying well in London. Looking forward to the book! Love Sparkly Top An official Rolling Stones stats book would be great I am afraid you will be disappointed with my book, it's not a stats book, it's a visual feast. A book full of images of memorabilia from my collection, 1,500+ items from early gig posters to modern autogra
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30 ***days ***ago
mattleeuk
Matt Lee from the UK ;-) 45 years old Live in London but was born in Yorkshire and educated in Scotland and the USA. First show July 16th 1995 at Wembley Around 175 shows in 25+ countries since (I have to count again) Collecting is my big thing, I am the Guinness World Record holder although they only counted a tiny fraction of my stuff I am of the autograph not selfie generation Top s
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5 ***weeks ***ago
mattleeuk
The Deluxe version of Ronnie and Bill German's book The Works. Only 200 signed and numbered copies were issued in a slip case with an unsigned print. I asked Ronnie to sign the print for me in 2000.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
mattleeuk
An amazing memory from when I went to see Mick Taylor play 20 years ago in London. After the show I was able to speak to him and ask if I could have a set list.. he didn’t have one so he asked me if I had a pen and paper and then he wrote it out for me by hand... what a super lovely and humble man. Magical moment
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2 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
Hi Jason, I know the one you mean, it’s the cinema lobby one... that fits together like a kite and is huge. It’s really cool but pretty specialist as it doesn’t fit in many homes... my email is in my profile. Sorry I missed your messages
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2 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
QuoteIrix Quotemattleeuk Only "Cherry Red" is available on rollingstones.com but both "Cherry Red" and "Brown Sugar" are available direct on sweettheatre.com. They're both available at , . Also posted here: . The Brown Sugar just says pre order on the Stones site but it's a good way to get the shipping cheaper. However you can't get the Ron
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2 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
These bars are actually rarer than the red vinyl and the Cherry Red is particularly tasty, in fact it's my favourite flavour
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2 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
Here's an affordable and tasty Christmas present with highly collectable wrapping! Only "Cherry Red" is available on rollingstones.com but both "Cherry Red" and "Brown Sugar" are available direct on sweettheatre.com. Sweet Theatre also produce a collection of six Ronnie art bars definitely worth getting too. Shipping is great value within the UK but with the
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
QuoteGJV Pffff....the signed version is now on Ebay for 1518,47 and 1291,23 dollars. Think I will pass up those... I don't like the profiteering at all but that's actually not crazy for a solo poster from a bulletproof source signed by Keith, It's more desirable than most Stones items just signed by Keith and the Stones promo photos signed by just Keith in Bill's auction fet
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
They still have my set of Decca Let It Bleed posters which includes one of Mick Taylor, also a Sticky Fingers US promo poster of mine.
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
Original handwritten setlist for Woody's on the Beach, with signature added more recently...
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
Love this album and Ronnie never got bored of signing it... look out for the French one as it’s got a gatefold sleeve!
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
QuoteTopi The older ones look cooler =) Don't know why, probably because they're more rare. What would a Brian Jones signature fetch on the market these days, BTW? That Topi totally depends on the history / authenticity, what it's on and if the other band members are present... could be $250k plus if it's on the first contract (as seen in Exhibitionism / Unzipped) but co
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
Quotestargroover Yawn There are thousands of other threads to participate in if autograph collecting isn't your thing... Here's another one for those that like it... would be great for others to post their examples too!
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
A double Bill ;-) Not long before Bill stopped signing Stones stuff (at least not without a lot of persuasion)... now he appears to have mellowed on this...
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
QuoteEddieByword Hi Matt, I have a couple of things which I'm not sure about - I wonder if you mind looking at them for me if I send photos of them to your email address. I know seeing a photo is not like seeing them in person but I would still value your opinion if that's ok. One is an inner sleeve from a bootleg called Dripping Honey which, apparently, Keith signed on behalf of the
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
This was from back in 2000 when Ronnie was signing 3 or 4 albums for me and I had handed him the stack. He didn't realise he had got back to the beginning so signed this one twice :-)
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
Quoteangee I really like that drawing of Ronnie doing his art that you posted above, Matt! Hadn't seen it before. The one in the herringbone trousers? That's actually of Mac. It's one of the many pieces of art on the sleeve of Gimme Some Neck. I have about 10 of the original art pieces and quite a few of the original lyrics too. I love this period of Ronnie's work.
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
This was always one of my favourites to get signed by Ronnie and he was super happy with an LP I gave him already signed by Bo. This is the Laser Disc.
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
So many interesting experiences and stories about this where do I start, I could write all day... One thing I would say is I actually have a level of respect for the professional autograph hunters. Having effectively been a Stones only one albeit for my own collection or for friends then I have spent very many hours with some of them (there really aren't many of them). When I look at the
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
It's very hard to find anyone interested in a whole collection that doesn't want to break it up... the hobby is collecting which doesn't mean buying in one lot. If you enjoy finishing you don't just run off down the fismonger instead. I buy a fair number of collections and for truly great stuff I will pay truly great money but regular stuff has to be in top condition and
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
Another one from the first six... this one dedicated.
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
Anyone recognise this? I actually really love this as a piece of original art. It counts towards this thread as although the piece was done around the time I was born Ronnie only signed if for me about 5 years ago.
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
Enough rubbish ones (for now)... here is another great Ronnie one. By this time he fairly often just signed Ronnie to me. This handbill was for a corporate gig at the CC Club but I had managed to secure an allocation of tickets that could be sold individually to fans so I commissioned this poster and Ronnie loved it. Only 50 posters and 20 handbills were printed.
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
My worst Mick... some X&%$ pushed in front and handed Mick his rubbish pen!
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
The worst Keith I got myself, it was very dark and he had been celebrating, I had been shaking the pen like crazy but it still didn't deliver, never try a paint pen at in the dark!
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
This is a later 2000 Ronnie, After a while Ronnie would tell me where he was going to be an I would take him more and more obscure stuff to sign... I would always give him random stuff too and I he would always do a nice job. Silver paint pen isn't easy, it's much higher risk but great results if when it does work.
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
I don’t recommend using this as a reference but it was obtained right in front of me by a great friend in NYC outside the Blue Note Jazz club. We were the only two people waiting and Keith signed four things for me and three for my friend. All his were terrible although this is probably the worst, and all mine were reasonably good so I swapped him one. It’s a terrible example but it’s real. The k
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3 ***months ***ago
mattleeuk
Quotewickerman I have been collecting autographs of my favourite musicians for over 10 years now. Great story and your hard work has been rewarded, your Crosseyed Heart is particularly fabulous! Well done...
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