A “Buddy and Bob” business card for Buddy Holly and Bob Montgomery, which was Holly’s first act as a professional musician. Listed at the top of the business card are the names Buddy Holly, Bob Montomery and Larry Welborn, who briefly played bass for the duo. Also listed at the bottom left corner is their business manager Hi Pockets Duncan. Matted and framed. Dimensions image: w 3.5 x h 2 in; mat and frame: w 10 x h 8.5 in Very good with slight age toning. Not examined out of framed.
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A collection of nine Debbie Reynolds’ Broadway items includes three signed booklets with bold signatures in black marker. The collection consists of two “Play Bill” magazines (both signed), one “Irene” souvenir album (signed), and five musical show programs, “Coco”, “Latin Quarter”, “Show Boat” and two “Guys and Dolls”. Overall all items are in very good condition with some age toning and slight wear to corners and spines.
1984. Untorn ticket to the Jacksons Victory Tour at the Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, dated July 7, 1984. The ticket is printed on a lightweight glossy paper with color background. Very good. Ticket stub is still attached with cellophane tape added on perforated line on the reverse for reinforcement.
1965/1966. Two Beatles tickets in an acrylic block. The top ticket is for the August 16, 1966 performance at D.C. Stadium, and the lower ticket is for the August 15, 1965 performance at Shea Stadium. Both feature a monochrome photo of the band. Dimensions w 4.25 x h 3.75 x d 1 in Both tickets are fading with light staining and worn edges. Located at our Dupont Store.
1970. A black and white 1970 Christmas card from John Lennon and Yoko Ono in protest of the war in Vietnam. The card reads: “War is Over! If You Want It, Happy Christmas from John & Yoko.” Matted and framed. Dimensions image: w 6 x h 8 in ; matte&frame: w 10.5 x h 11 in Very Good. Not examined out of frame. Located at our Dupont Store.