The Guitar Auction – Wednesday 11th December 2019
Including the Gary Moore Collection

Click here for full sale results!

Guitars



The Gary Moore Collection


Gary Moore (1952 – 2011)

Born in Belfast, Gary Moore is considered to be one of the greatest blues rock guitarists of all time.  With a career spanning four decades, starting with Skid Row in 1968, alongside a young Philip Lynott, with whom he was to go on to play with in a number of Thin Lizzy line-ups, during the 1970’s.  The years 1975 – 1978 saw a move to British jazz-rock band Colosseum II, before a brief return to Thin Lizzy

After which, he focused on a varied solo career, gaining momentum throughout the 1970s and 80’s, peaking in 1990 with his multi-million selling album, Still Got the Blues.

Always in demand, Moore’s career saw him collaborate with some of the greatest artists in blues and rock including B.B King, Albert’s King and Collins, Greg Lake, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, John Mayall and Paul Rodgers to name a few.

Gardiner Houlgate is delighted to offer the following items on behalf of the Gary Moore company*, most of which have been used by Gary either live on stage, in the studio, or at his personal home studio.  The following eighty-seven lots feature a broad representation of equipment from Gary’s solo career spanning the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, right up to his last tour in 2010.

*Please note: “The Gary Moore Collection” is being sold on behalf of the Gary Moore company and therefore subject to VAT of 20% on the hammer price, along with our standard buyers premium. (Total fees including buyers premum and additioal VAT on hammer = 44%) Please see https://guitar-auctions.co.uk/how-to-bid/ to view our standard buyers fees



Artist Guitars



Guitars Part II


Lot 201- Antonio Tsai Eagle archtop guitar

Estimate £100 - 200

Sold for £220

Read more

Lot 236 – 1950s German archtop guitar

Estimate £100 - 200

Sold for £110

Read more

Lot 238 – Two acoustic guitars

Estimate £60 - 100

Sold for £25

Read more

Lot 247 – Kay K-60 electric guitar

Estimate £100 - 200

Sold for £100

Read more

Lot 252 – SX electric guitar

Estimate £50 - 100

Sold for £100

Read more

Lot 311 – Maverick F1 electric guitar

Estimate £100 - 200

Sold for £90

Read more

Lot 317 – Two acoustic guitars

Estimate £40 - 80

Sold for £65

Read more

Lot 320 – Selmer lap guitar

Estimate £180 - 220

Not sold

Read more

Lot 324 – Two guitars

Estimate £60 - 100

Sold for £35

Read more

Lot 335 – Two Strat Projects

Estimate £80 - 120

Sold for £130

Read more

Lot 347 – Vox SDC-33 electric guitar

Estimate £100 - 200

Sold for £130

Read more

Lot 348 – Wesley electric guitar

Estimate £40 - 80

Sold for £40

Read more

Lot 360 – Two JHS Vintage bass guitars

Estimate £60 - 100

Sold for £150

Read more

Lot 361 – Two acoustic guitars

Estimate £70 - 100

Sold for £80

Read more

Lot 362 – Two electric guitars

Estimate £60 - 100

Sold for £100

Read more

Lot 364 – Two Superstrat guitars

Estimate £50 - 80

Sold for £65

Read more

Lot 365 – Two Superstrat guitars

Estimate £50 - 80

Sold for £90

Read more

Lot 426 – Indie Bulls Eye & Hodson Tele

Estimate £100 - 200

Sold for £170

Read more

Lot 431 – Two starter acoustics

Estimate £80 - 120

Sold for £60

Read more

Lot 438 – Casio DG-10 digital guitar

Estimate £50 - 80

Sold for £100

Read more

Lot 441 – Two guitars

Estimate £70 - 100

Sold for £110

Read more

Lot 454 – Three guitars

Estimate £50 - 100

Sold for £65

Read more

Lot 467 – Two Classical guitars

Estimate £100 - 200

Sold for £120

Read more

Lot 468 – 2009 Bellucci concert guitar

Estimate £400 - 600

Sold for £400

Read more


Entertaiment Memorabilia, Guitar Amplification, Pedals, Spares and Audio – Thursday 12th December 2019


Over 350 lots of Entertaiment Memorabilia, Guitar Amplification, Pedals, Spares and Audio. Highlights below.


Follow us on Instagram for daily entry updates!