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10 :: Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1970s Hayman 1010 electric guitar, made in England, ser. no. 8540374

16 :: Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - 1960s Watkins Rapier 33 electric guitar, made in England, ser. no. 5370

18 :: Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople) - Vox VG6 hollow body electric guitar, made in Italy, circa 1970, ser. no. 1037

126 :: Booker T. Washington White - A 1933 National Duolian "Hard Rock" Resonator guitar, made in USA, serial no. C7094, gifted to his transatlantic friend, Keith Perry, a Newcastle, UK based photographer in May 1976 Booker White Booker "Bukka" White (12th November 1906 or 1909 - 26th February 1977) was an influential African-American Delta Blues guitarist from Mississippi, USA, active from the late 1920s until his passing in 1977. He was best known for his slide work on National Resonator guitars and recordings put out by early labels including Victor, Vocalion and Okeh. His musical career started by playing the fiddle at square dances with a change of instrument after his father gifted him a guitar on his ninth birthday. Booker honed his craft in the following years and cites Charlie Patten as a big influence, who he also claimed to have met. Both Booker White and Son House (with his National Style 0) are both considered pioneers of Delta Blues slide guitar and a main inspiration for the fascination with National resonator guitars as we know it today. Son House himself was likely influenced by the great man if Booker's word is to be believed, quoted as saying "Son House got that slide from me, he wasn't using no slide when I run up on him. He wasn't using even the bottleneck, too. And after, the next time I'd see him, he had a bottleneck. And so he's been bottlenecking ever since" Booker first recorded in 1930 for Victor who released two records under the name "Washington White". Some years later, whilst serving time for assault in Mississippi State Penitentiary (Parchman Farm) he recorded some of his best-known work including "Shake 'Em On Down", which is considered definitive. His experience at the State Penitentiary is written about in "Parchman Farm Blues" which was released in 1940 Bookers chances of commercial success in the 1930s largely ended with his imprisonment in 1937. During this time the music world had quickly moved on. His classic brand of country blues was now considered outdated, especially when artists such as Muddy Waters would burst onto the scene with amplified electric blues. However, in time, the recordings made by booker in 1940 would be considered the greatest of all blues music. In the February 2010 issue of 'Downbeat' magazine, Frank-John Hadley stated that Booker's 1940 Vocalion recordings arguably rival Robert Johnson's body of work in artistry and poignancy Bob Dylan's 1962 cover of "Fixin' to Die Blues" aided the rediscovery of Booker in 1963, where he found fame within the Folk Revival scene of the 1960s. This later fame and subsequent touring allowed Booker to travel the world and it was the 1967 UK "American Folk-Blues Festival" which set up what would become a long-distance friendship between Booker White and Newcastle based photographer, Keith Perry

143 :: Jimi Hendrix - rare Sparekassen Bank advertising poster, circa 1972, designed by Waldemar Swiersky, 37.5" x 24.5" approx

438 :: 2002 Fender Thinline Telecaster electric guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. MZ2xxx37

545 :: 2009 Parker PM20 electric guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. 09xxxx37

925 :: Yamaha Digital Delay model D1500 rack unit, made in Japan, ser. no. 3752 (non UK plug)

92 :: 1980s Hondo Deluxe Series H937 semi hollow body electric guitar

114 :: 1937 National Triolian resonator guitar with 'Memphis Minnie' pickguard and unusual headstock face plate, made in USA, ser. no. B2xx7

343 :: Early 20th century resonator guitar stamped F-37 to the inner back, soft bag

376 :: Ozark 3372C electro-acoustic tenor guitar

643 :: Jeff Beck - 'North American Tour 2010' tour poster, limited edition no. 237 of 300, 12" x 30"

696 :: George Harrison - the original number plate (KMT 499C) from George Harrison's 1960s Aston Martin DB5, sold with 'The Beatles Book', March 1992, where the car can be seen bearing the registration on page 37 *Sold with a letter to the vendor detailing the history of the number plate: 'I am writing you this letter to confirm my history with the number plate. This is the original black number plate with silver characters from George Harrison's first Aston Martin DB5 issued to the vehicle upon registration. The car was built in 1964 and delivered to then Beatle George Harrison on January 1st 1965. The plates were changed at Arnold G Wilson in Yorkshire in the early 1970s when reflective registration plates became the legal standard. The number plate was then passed onto my father who had a barber shop at the time and was known for collecting car memorabilia and was given to him by a customer for a return for a lifetime's free haircuts. It has remained in the family home ever since. The front plate was in Cherry Tree pub in Leeds for several years. Kind regards Howard Storey'

831 :: Vox AC4 guitar amplifier, made in England, circa 1964, ser. no. 03768, on/off switch placed to the left side of the cabinet bypassing the original control panel knob switch

849 :: 1970s Fender Bassman Ten guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. A79837

44 :: 2014 Gretsch G6137 TCB-BLK Panther semi hollow body electric guitar, made in Japan, ser. no. JT14xxxx93

341 :: 2015 Rickenbacker 370/12 twelve string electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 15xxx94

626 :: Hammond C3 Organ, made in UK, serial no. 98372, within a fitted heavy duty flight case

638 :: AMS RMX16 Digital Reverberation System, made in England, ser. no. 2837, inscribed 'Tears for Fears' in chalk to the top (powers on and fan runs noisy, although pilot lights and digital screen do not show anything)

694 :: Flat square heavy duty flight case, 11" x 37" x 32.5"

81 :: Ibanez RG Series RG370DX electric guitar, made in Indonesia, ser. no. I08xxxxx91

120 :: 1960s Burns Short Scale Jazz guitar electric guitar, made in England, ser. no. 3738

39 :: Hawkwind - eight vinyl LP records, Space VAG29202, Warrior VAG29766, Ritual, VAD 60037/8 etc, all vinyl unplayed or near mint

141 :: Rolling Stones - unique 3D 'Dirty Work' artwork, produced by CBS records for the launch of their 1986 album, 37.5" x 37.5"

328 :: Crafter Sunrise 37th Anniversary SR-Rose electro-acoustic guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. 09xxxxxxx27

356 :: Squier by Fender Stratocaster electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. S9xxx37

380 :: Ozark Professional 3372C electro-acoustic tenor guitar

381 :: 1937 Gibson L7 archtop guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 9xxx2

505 :: 1933 Selmer Maccaferri Orchestra model acoustic jazz guitar, ser. no. 271, bearing Maccaferri Patent no. 376.338 to the head, also with original internal sound hole resonator bearing the Maccaferri inscribed Selmer label

511 :: 2010 Rickenbacker 370/12 twelve string electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 10 1xxx3

626 :: Fender Twin-Amp guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. L0-537324, in working order, dust cover

652 :: Pair of Marshall T3137 amplifier speakers

85 :: 1988 Rickenbacker Limited Edition 370/12 Roger McGuinn twelve string electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. E18620

418 :: 1970s Marshall Mercury model 2060 guitar amplifier, made in England, ser. no. 53937

608 :: Denon PMA-753R audio amplifier, an Aiwa AD-Wx737 stereo cassette deck, a Marantz SR-45 stereo receiver, an Eclipse CD101 compact disc player and a Pioneer H-1700UBB, boxed (5)

452 :: Pro Co The Rat guitar pedal, made in USA, ser. no. 223751

650 :: 1837 René Lacote small bodied guitar

180 :: *Gary Moore - Radial Tube Drive Tonebone Hot British Distortion guitar pedal, ser. no. 20378, boxed *Part of Gary's extensive collection of stage or studio used pedals. Gary was always keen to check out the latest pedal, and would be spotted in music stores across Europe seeking out the latest gadget to add to his collection **This lot is subject to VAT of 20% on the hammer price ?50-80

21 :: 2010 Gibson ES-137 semi-hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 13xxxx08

344 :: 2018 Taylor 214CE electro-acoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 2108266371

62 :: 1970s El Maya ES-375N hollow body electric guitar, made in Japan

140 :: 2005 Epiphone 58 Korina Flying V electric guitar, made in Korea, ser. no. U05xxxx37

62 :: 1970s El Maya ES-375N hollow body electric guitar, made in Japan

143 :: Godin Fifth Avenue Kingpin P90 hollow body electric guitar, made in Canada, ser. no. 03xxxxxxx37

515 :: The Who - original concert poster for The Who at The Blue Moon, Cheltenham, Wednesday 11th August 1965, 29" x 37.5" *From the estate of Pete Overend Watts (Mott the Hoople), who played for support band 'The Silence' on this date

908 :: Selection of audio and hifi equipment including an InterM PT-9107 digital tuner, boxed, a Harman/Kardn AVR340 audio/video receiver, a Denon TU-260L II AM/FM stereo tuner, two Portogram CDP-XE370 compact disc players and a Yamaha Model Q2031A graphic equalizer (6)

938 :: Roland A-37 midi keyboard controller, boxed

427 :: The Who - original concert poster for The Who at The Blue Moon, Cheltenham, Wednesday 11th August 1965, 28.25" x 37.25" *From the estate of Pete Overend Watts (Mott The Hoople). A rare early poster for The Blue Moon Club on Cheltenham's High Street, which existed for less than two years between 1965-1967. The Who having only formed the previous year, were enjoying the success of hit singles 'I Can't Explain' and 'Anyway, Any How, Any Where'. ' The Silence' including Peter Overend Watts on bass were the support act that night. The poster was found whilst clearing Pete's house following his passing in 2017. It is being sold on behalf of his surviving family

514 :: Jensen JHP52 C3781 15" speaker in need of restoration

548 :: 1988 Marshall Mos-Fet 100 Reverb Twin guitar amplifier, made in England, ser. no. W37715

579 :: Roland BC-30 Blues Cube guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. ZI66371

518 :: Bernie Marsden & Whitesnake - 1978 Marshall JMP model 2159 Super Lead 100 watt MKII guitar amplifier, made in England, ser. no. 02057K, fitted with a pair of Celestion G12T-75T3760 12" speakers *A rare Marshall amp, modified for Bernie Marsden by the factory. Used as a 'tune up room amp' with Whitesnake

541 :: Bernie Marsden - 1996 Roland BC-60 Blues Cube guitar amplifier, ser. no. ZI64377, enclosing a Roland Vintage Performance V-12 12" speaker *An impulse buy for studio use and used for smaller charity gigs

625 :: Ronnie Wood - Genesis Publications 'How Can It Be?', deluxe leather edition book, limited edition number 374, sealed within original packaging

626 :: Jim Capaldi - Genesis Publications 'Mr Fantasy' deluxe edition book, limited edition number 374, sealed within original packaging

628 :: Faces - Genesis Publications 'Faces -The Official Limited Edition by Ronnie Wood, Ian McLaggan and Kenny Jones' deluxe edition book, number 374, sealed within original packaging

629 :: Travelling Wilburys - Genesis Publications 'Travelling Wilburys' deluxe edition book, limited edition number 374, sealed within original packaging

713 :: Withdrawn from sale (PAT failure) 1958 Gibson GA-8 Gibsonette guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. 111373 (USA voltage, transformer supplied)

724 :: 1970s Selmer Zodiac 50 S.V. guitar amplifier, made in England, ser. no. 63793

503 :: Good selection of Beatles vinyl records, including Please Please Me, mono, Help!, mono, The White Album, cover no. 0151037, two stereo versions of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Band, Abbey Road, Love Songs, Live at The BBC, Magical Mystery Tour etc

546 :: Eric Stewart (10cc) - Customised Gibson Les Paul electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 4 3158, within a 1970s Gibson Les Paul hard case *Purchased by Eric Stewart in the 1970s from Barretts of Manchester and described by Stewart as being in 'Good condition, second hand, but no alterations from it being new in the 1950s'. Stewart later changed the original P90 pickups for late 1950s PAF humbucker pickups, added the string lock nut to the headstock, had the wiring altered to Gibson stereo spec and various tremolo modifications, which have since been removed The guitar was used by Stewart on all the later 10cc singles including 'Art of Art's Sake', 'I'm Mandy Fly Me', 'Good Morning Judge', 'The Things We Do For Love' and 'Dreadlock Holiday'. Also albums 'Sheet Music', 'Deceptive Bends', 'How Dare You' and 'Bloody Tourists'. The guitar was also used on all mid 1970s and later 10cc tours Stewart also used the guitar during collaborations with Paul and Linda McCartney on the albums 'Tug of War' and 'Pipes of Peace' and can be seen on the video of the song 'So Bad' with Paul The customised nature of this guitar makes exact authentication difficult, however we can ascertain the following: Finish - black, refinished, further refinishing to front of headstock and back of neck Head - Les Paul custom type face plate with 'Custom' truss rod cover, refinished. Repaired break. The back of the head ink stamped serial number 4 3158 and with the back of the head and neck refinished around the serial number. Four Kluson Deluxe single line tuners and two Kluson No Line tuners installed. Locking nut installed and screwed in from behind the neck Fretboard - highly figured 1950s type Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with pearl trapeze inlay. Wide type frets with restored binding Body - various routes, most significantly to the back of the body and bridge area to house a Strat or Floyd type tremolo system. Other routes include pickup cavities to house current humbuckers and small routes in the electrical cavity to allow for extra switching Electrics - PAF humbucker pickups currently installed in place of the original P90 pickups, evidence of which can be seen from the pickup cavities. Extensively modified including push/pull volume pots and the addition of a six-way rotary switch Body Hardware - later pickguard, DiMarzio pickup surrounds, later Gibson ABR1 bridge, later Gibson Fine Tune stop bar and later strap buttons Case - 1970s Gibson logo purple lined Les Paul hard case *Sold with CITES article 10 certificate no. 583766/01

46 :: 1973 Gibson L6-S electric guitar, made in USA, ser no 17xx37

280 :: ˜1992 Fender Precision bass guitar, made in Mexico, ser. no. MN2xxxx37

91 :: 1963 Guild T100D hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 2xxx2, refinished in red, replaced internal label, refret, replaced strap buttons, replaced bridge, electrics in working order, later hard case, condition: good *Sold with CITES article 10 certificate no. 558377/01

150 :: 1936 Epiphone Zenith archtop guitar in need of restoration, ser. no. 1xxx1, later tailpiece and electrics, later tuner buttons, heavy wear to finish, condition: poor *Sold with a purchase receipt dated 1937 for the monthly payment instalments, along with a letter from John E Dallas & Sons acknowledging the last remittance which fully settled the account

618 :: Mid 17th Century Italian five course guitar, probably Venice, the head with a shaped outline bearing ten ebony pegs, the front of the head, back of the head and back of the neck ebonised and inlaid with foliate ivory decoration, the ebony fingerboard with central ivory string banding bearing gut frets, also with four ebony frets running onto the table, the five-section back of alternating wood, the darker panels inlaid with foliate boxwood scrolls and ivory stringing, the ebonised sides with parallel ivory stringing, the fine grain spruce table with boxwood string banding to the edges and with scratch carved ebonised foliate decoration along with alternating ebony and ivory inlay to the sound hole surround, the ebony bridge flanked by fretted moustaches, later protective hard case Overall length 37", 95.2cm

20 :: Mark Griffiths' 'Woodstock guitar' - 1965 Epiphone Texan acoustic guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 3xxxx8, finish with heavy lacquer checking and various other wear, hard case, condition: please enquire *This guitar was purchased used by Mark Griffiths from Top Gear, Denmark Street, London in 1969. It was used by Mark on many sessions and all MCA recordings made by Matthews Southern Comfort, including the number one hit 'Woodstock'. Sold with a certificate of authenticity signed by Mark, stating these facts ** Sold with CITES certificate no. 554370/02

28 :: Mark Griffiths' 1965 Gibson SG Junior electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 3xxxx9, cherry finish with heavy checking and other imperfections, replaced tuners, replaced scratchplate, electrics in working order, Gibson hard case, condition: please enquire *This guitar was purchased by Mark Griffiths in the early 1980s. Sold with a certificate of authenticity signed by Mark **Sold with CITES certificate no. 554370/01

69 :: 2002 Gibson ES137 hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 0xxx2xx1, rare matt finish with blue top, finish with some minor imperfections, electrics in working order, hard case, condition: good

167 :: 1936 Epiphone Zenith archtop guitar in need of restoration, ser. no. 1xxx1, later tailpiece and electrics, later tuner buttons, heavy wear to finish, condition: poor *Sold with a purchase receipt dated 1937 for the monthly payment instalments, along with a letter from John E Dallas & Sons acknowledging the last remittance which fully settled the account

312 :: Gallien-Krueger MLE 206 guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. 93764, with a vintage cabinet voicing module unit, carry case (hole to right hand speaker)

91 :: 1963 Guild T100D hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 2xxx2, refinished in red, replaced internal label, refret, replaced strap buttons, replaced bridge, electrics in working order, later hard case, condition: good *Sold with CITES article 10 certificate no. 558377/01

150 :: 1936 Epiphone Zenith archtop guitar in need of restoration, ser. no. 1xxx1, later tailpiece and electrics, later tuner buttons, heavy wear to finish, condition: poor *Sold with a purchase receipt dated 1937 for the monthly payment instalments, along with a letter from John E Dallas & Sons acknowledging the last remittance which fully settled the account

618 :: Mid 17th Century Italian five course guitar, probably Venice, the head with a shaped outline bearing ten ebony pegs, the front of the head, back of the head and back of the neck ebonised and inlaid with foliate ivory decoration, the ebony fingerboard with central ivory string banding bearing gut frets, also with four ebony frets running onto the table, the five-section back of alternating wood, the darker panels inlaid with foliate boxwood scrolls and ivory stringing, the ebonised sides with parallel ivory stringing, the fine grain spruce table with boxwood string banding to the edges and with scratch carved ebonised foliate decoration along with alternating ebony and ivory inlay to the sound hole surround, the ebony bridge flanked by fretted moustaches, later protective hard case Overall length 37", 95.2cm

9 :: Custom build 'La Cabronita Especial' style electric guitar, comprising a rosewood neck, candy apple red finish contoured body, bridge pickup stamped 'U.S. PAT 2892371', electrics in working order, hard case, condition: fair

11 :: Custom Build 'La Cabronita' style electric guitar, comprising a maple neck, butterscotch finish body, 'U.S PAT 2892371' bridge pickup and Wilkinson bridge, Fender hard case, condition: good

111 :: Gibson L37 acoustic archtop guitar, made in USA, circa 1937, sunburst finish with various imperfections including lacquer checking and other marks, wear to frets, hard case, condition: good for age

121 :: Early 1970s Gibson Les Paul Custom electric guitar, made in USA, serial no 173707, cherry sunburst finish with typical wear for age including minor blemishes and other surface marks etc, typical wear to gold plated hardware, re-fret, electrical modifications, replaced strap buttons, electrics in working order, hard case, condition: good for age

231 :: 2002 Gibson Memphis ES137 hollow body electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 0xxx2xx1, rare matt blue finsh top, finish with some minor imperfections, electrics in working order, hard case, condition: good

261 :: Gallien-Krueger MLE 206 guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. 93764, with a vintage cabinet voicing module unit, carry case

267 :: Fender Ultimate Chorus guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. CR-147137

393 :: Pair of chrome covered Humbucker pickups inscribed 'PAT. NO. 2.737.842' to the base

61 :: Gibson L37 acoustic archtop guitar, made in USA, circa 1937, sunburst finish with various imperfections including lacquer checking and other marks, wear to frets, hard case, condition: good for age

210 :: Early 1970s Gibson Les Paul Custom electric guitar, made in USA, serial no 173707, cherry sunburst finish with typical wear for age including minor blemishes and other surface marks etc, typical wear to gold plated hardware, re-fret, electrical modifications, replaced strap buttons, electrics in working order, hard case, condition: good for age

282 :: Fender Custom Vibrasonic guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. AB06377, in working order

63 :: 1968 Gibson SG Standard electric guitar, made in USA, ser. no. 5xxxx9, cherry finish, body with heavy wear, wear to the back of the neck, repaired splits to body to the sides around the control section, empty holes in the back of the head where different tuners were once situated, replaced volume and tone knobs, electrics appear to be in working order, Gator hard case, condition: fair *Sold with CITES article 10 certificate no. 544377/04. This lot is subject to CITES regulations if exporting outside of the EU

70 :: Manuel Rodriguez Model D cutaway electro-classical guitar, no. 1537, within a Hiscox hard case

113 :: Gibson L37 acoustic archtop guitar, made in USA, circa 1937, sunburst finish with various imperfections including lacquer checking and other marks, wear to frets, hard case, condition: good for age

153 :: Ibanez AEF37E-TCS-0P-01 electro-acoustic guitar, made in Korea, quilted wine red finish with various imperfections, crack to the lower rib near the input socket, electrics in working order, hard case, condition: fair

195 :: Seagull S(6) Duet electro-acoustic guitar, made in Canada, ser. no. 37446, with maple back and sides and natural top with some blemishes to the lacquer, minor dent wear to the frets in the first position, hard case, condition: good

201 :: Seagull S Series Grand small body guitar, made in Canada, ser. no. 04375487, table with some marks from play wear, soft case, condition: good

297 :: 1961 Vox AC-15 guitar amplifier, made in England, ser. no. 4376/N, black and gold highlighted control panel, replaced grille, replaced speaker, electrics working but in need of attention

314 :: Music Man 112-RP-65 guitar amplifier, made in USA, ser. no. DM02373, chassis no. 2165RP, with Mesa Black Shadow MS-12 speaker, appears to be in working order

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