MusicGoldmine.com has recently acquired, from numerous different sources around the world including Stones bassist Bill Wyman himself, a varied selection of truly stellar, one-of-a-kind Rolling Stones memorabilia items.
Wyman is well-known to be a serious and committed collector of memorabilia from his own group, with which he played bass and provided other musical contributions on every album and toured the world with for over three decades from 1962-1993. He recently decided to part with the lion's share of his vast collection and we were fortunate enough to acquire some wonderful pieces. In addition to the Wyman items, we have scoured the world for some other special pieces including some featuring Mick Jagger, Brian Jones (R.I.P. 1942-1969), Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood, and Mick Taylor (Stones guitarist 1969-1974). (Click images to view full details of item including price or sold price):
White matte RIAA award for 1972 Rolling Stones album More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) presented to Bill Wyman [UPDATE: Sold]:
Bill Wyman owned stage- and studio-played 1978 A.G. Johns 8 string mandolin:
Rolling Stones presented 1971 Record Mirror award for "Best Group - Britain" personally owned by Bill Wyman:
Rolling Stones Vintage 1970s Tour Jacket [UPDATE: Sold]:
Bill Wyman/Rolling Stones presented RIAA Video award for Rock and Roll Circus, their infamous 1968 Beggar's Banquet album launch concert [UPDATE: Sold]:
Original concert program for the Rolling Stones performance on April 12, 1964 in Croydon, UK [UPDATE: Sold]:
Australian "double platinum" record award for 1981 Stones album Tattoo You presented to Bill Wyman [UPDATE: Sold]:
White matte RIAA award for 1972 Rolling Stones album Exile On Main St. presented to Mick Jagger [UPDATE: Sold]:
Rolling Stones collage featuring Tracks Ltd. UK-authenticated autographs of Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Bill Wyman obtained during the 1968 Rock and Roll Circus filming, a year prior to Jones' untimely passing [UPDATE: Sold]:
White matte RIAA award for 1971 Rolling Stones album Hot Rocks presented to Keith Richards [UPDATE: Sold]:
White matte RIAA award for 1968 Rolling Stones album Beggar's Banquet presented to Mick Jagger [UPDATE: Sold]:
Telecaster-style natural blonde finish guitar signed by Keith Richards with James Spence Authentication (JSA) [UPDATE: Sold]:
RIAA award for the Stones 1977 Love You Live album presented to Charlie Watts [UPDATE: Sold]:
Rolling Stones June 6-8, 1972 Winterland (BG-289) original Second Printing poster [UPDATE: Sold]:
White matte RIAA award for 1973 Rolling Stones single "Angie" presented to Mick Taylor (was personally owned by Bill Wyman) [UPDATE: Sold]:
RIAA award for the Stones 1981 album Sucking In The 70s presented to Atlantic Records [UPDATE: Sold]:
Don't miss out on these incredible pieces of Rolling Stones history, most of which are the only pieces of their kind in the world. See all the Stones items that we currently have for sale here or visit our home page for other memorabilia collections.
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*Note: The RIAA is a U.S. record industry trade organization that created the Gold® and Platinum® record award program. The awards recognize milestone sales levels for U.S. sales of recorded product.