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Warren Moon Signed Football Used on SI For Kids Magazine Cover

 

 

 


 

 

Vintage Lifesize Paper Mache Construction Worker Artwork

 



Apollo 11 Original Historic Teletype Archive “Spacemen Armstrong & Aldrin the Go…” ($1,250.00 or Make an Offer)

 


 


Ian Anderson Signed & Inscribed “Tull” Photograph

 

 


 

 

2006 Herb Brooks Hockey Hall Of Fame Induction Ring.

 

 


 

The autographed hood and trunk of the 1981 Buick signed in 1988 for Amnesty International is now on the market 29 years later.

 

 

 

 

 

The autographed hood and trunk of the 1981 Buick signed in 1988 for Amnesty International is now on the market 29 years later.

POSTED: NOVEMBER 03, 1988:
“Highlighting the auction will be a 1981 white and gold Buick Skylark signed by Bruce Springsteen& E Street Band, Sting, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Jackson Browne, Diane Sawyer, Rosanna Arquette, Margot Kidder and other celebrity types. Proceeds from the sale of the car will be split between Amnesty International USA and the Foundation.”

Other signatures include: Max Weinberg, Drum Sketch, Patti Scialfa, Justin Hayward, Joan Baez, Sting , Madonna, John

Stamos, Margot Kidder, Jennifer Beals, Tom Hanks, John Candy, Raquel Welch, Cher, Tina Turner, Buddy Ebsen, Ernest Borgnine, Jimmy Stewart, Burt Reynolds, and Bruce Springsteen signed after playing 3 shows that day including Shea Stadium.

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Get A Piece Of The Rock Auction To

Offer Items Belonging To Top Stars
By Renee V. Lucas, Daily
News Staff Writer
POSTED: NOVEMBER 03, 1988
So . . . you always wondered what it would feel like to hit a few licks on Eddie Van Halen’s white “Striker” guitar. Or perhaps you’ve dreamed about wrapping yourself in a denim jacket that once graced George Michael’s bod. How about wailing R-E-S-P-E-C-T! while sporting a pair of Aretha’s earrings?

You can turn your fantasies into realities this Sunday at the Philadelphia Music Foundation’s 2nd Annual Rock ‘N’ Roll Auction at the Holiday Inn, City Avenue and Presidential Blvd. The doors open at 2 and the bidding starts at 4. Proceeds from the event – which its organizers hope will exceed the $17,500 raised last year – will benefit the Foundation’s scholarship fund and educational programs.

Highlighting the auction will be a 1981 white and gold Buick Skylark signed by Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Sting, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Jackson Brown, Diane Sawyer, Rosanna Arquette, Margo Kidder and other celebrity types. Proceeds from the sale of the car will be split between Amnesty International and the Foundation.

John DeBella will emcee. Joining him are celebrity auctioneers Yakov Smirnoff, Ray Murray, Liz Starr and Robert Hazard. Radio personalities Ed Sciaky, Helen Leicht and Welch & Woody also will be on hand.

Foundation chairman Larry Magid reported that the stars were happy to oblige.

“In many cases people wanted to give us even more things than we could take,” he said. “Some have donated platinum and gold records, which is something I haven’t seen happen before.

“Last year we had a jacket donated by Peter Gabriel that was ripped off his back during a show. This year we have a guitar that Terrence Trent D’Arby played, then smashed, on stage. It’s held together by two strings.”

In addition to items from the music world, there are also sports items up for grabs. Julius Erving’s sneakers, a pair of Charles Barkley’s autographed Nikes, a 76ers basketball autographed by the 1989 starting team, a Louisville Slugger autographed by Von Hayes and Mike Quick’s autographed football shoes are among the sports prizes to be sold to the highest bidder.

For the more practical minded, breakfast with DeBella on the Morning Zoo, a pair of tickets to every Electric Factory concert in 1989 and five hours of studio time at Sigma Sound Studios are among the specialty items awaiting you.

If you’re more in a mood to buy than bid, there will be more than 2,000 items for sale including classic T-shirts, autographed LP’s and CD’s, rock memorabilia, tour and promotional items and photos for sale.

E-mail info@gottahaveit.com or call (212)-750-7900 for more information.
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Jackie Kennedy’s Car Goes on the Market for $295,000

Jackie Kennedy’s BMW Can be Yours! Sold on the Market for $295,000. Email info@gottahaveit.com or call 212-750-7900 for more information.

 

It’s a vehicle fit for a first lady, and it even has a cassette player.

The beautiful green, 1974 BMW is a lost American treasure because it once belonged to Jacqueline Kennedy, who paid $13,000 for the German car at the time. Today, it can be yours for $295,000.
She bought the car while living in New York with Aristotle Onassis, whom she married in 1968 — five years after the assassination of her first husband, President John F. Kennedy.
She used it mainly to shuttle between her luxurious Fifth Avenue apartment to a sprawling estate in Peapack, New Jersey.

The car today is being sold by GottaHaveIt.com and comes with the original title and registration papers, which are signed by Jacqueline Bouvier Onassis.

Joel Jeker takes care of the vehicle for the current owner, a woman who lives in Fort Myers, Florida and wishes to remain anonymous.

“This is Jackie’s one and only car,” he told Inside Edition. “The car has 65,000 miles originally. JFK, Jr. and Caroline grew up in the back seat of this car.”

The car came with leather seats and power windows. She also ponied up extra cash for fog lights, a cassette tape player and excellent speakers.

Like most cars of the era, it was also equipped with ashtrays. The two-time widow was allegedly a closet chain smoker.

Forty-two years later, the car is still in excellent condition. People admiring it even told Jeker “it’s gorgeous.”

Jackie Kennedy died in 1994, but the car carries some of the former first lady’s imprints.

Jeker said: “There’s actually little scratches still when she used to fidget with her keys and her bracelets.”

 

by Inside Edition 4:38 PM EST, December 6, 2016

Last Chance to brainstorm gifts for your “impossible list” for this holiday season.

“Impossible List” Continued…

You know who they are…. the people on your list that are difficult and sometimes impossible for you to find the right gift.  You think, you browse online, you shop the stores in search of the perfect gift that will impress, show your thoughtfulness and truly be appreciated by your business associates or loved ones before you draw a blank, panic or give up and buy the safe boring thing like a gift certificate or bottle of wine.

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Mick Jagger Original Annie Leibovitz Photograph

 


 


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Apollo 11 Original Photograph Negative of American Flag on Lunar Surface

 



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“Gone With The Wind” Original Movie Still Photograph

 

 


 

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Harriet Beecher Stowe Signed “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” (1852 First Edition)

 

 

 


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Still stressed about holiday wish lists? We’ve got you covered.

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1884 John D. Rockefeller Signed Standard Oil Check For $130,000.00″ Signed Original Photograph

 

 

 


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The Finest Elvis Presley Original 11 X 14 Photograph (Circa 1950s)

 


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President John F. Kennedy Signed Appointment for “Camelot” Playwright Alan Jay Lerner

 



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Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam) Autographed Les Paul Ukulele Guitar

 

 


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Breakfast at Tiffany’s Original Movie Poster (Japanese) 20 X 28.5

 

 


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Walter P. Chrysler Signed Letter to White House Describing Eleanor Roosevelt’s Custom Plymouth Convertible

 

 

 


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1971 Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates World Championship Ring

 


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Andy Warhol & Keith Haring Dual-Signed & Designed “7th Montreux Jazz Festival” Poster

 


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1860’s Original Civil War Calvalry Officer’s Sword

 


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New York Giants Legends Signed Official NFL Football

 


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Bill Gates Signed Book with Great Inscription”

 

 

 


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The Beatles Photograph Signed by Harrison, McCartney & Ringo

 

 


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The Most Important Bruce Lee Personal Item to Ever be Offered to the Public

 


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1933 Original Albert Einstein Photograph “First Posed Photo in the U.S.”

 

 

 


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