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November 25, 2011

Rock auctioneers have preview of Rockin’ Holiday Auction

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The ultimate rock auction house, Backstage Auctions, extends a special VIP All Access to PREVIEW of the Rockin’ Holiday Auction catalog. The official ‘Rockin’ Holiday Auction’ runs from December 3 – 11, 2011. It closes December 11, 2011 at 2:00pm or 10 minutes after the last bid (see auction rules for detailed close process)

Over 800 auction lots. Over 100 never before seen auction lots. And low opening bid prices. Reduction of the original prices by as much as 75% and starting prices as low as $5.00!

Here are a few highlights:

  • A collection of nearly 100 vintage concert posters from the late 1960s
  • Vintage concert t-shirts
  • Classic rock vinyl rarities
  • Autographed memorabilia, such as a beautiful Journey signed guitar (seen above, coming directly from the band) or a 1983 signed U2 single
  • Collection of unique concert videos, concert CDs and DAT recordings
  • Vintage concert negatives and slides from the 1970s and 1980s
  • A Punk-Rock lot of over 1,000 pieces and a Pop lot double that size!

The catalog is organized in a way that allows you to view the auction lots either by “Artist” or “Type of Item” (which is a handy feature if you’re in the market for “just” t-shirts or posters or CDs, etc.).

Start previewing this amazing collection of rock and roll history in preparation for the START of the auction on Sunday, December 3rd. Click here to preview Backstage Auctions next auction.



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