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Jerry Lewis Belongings Offered for Sale by His Son in August 2020 Auction

Preview personal belongings of comedian and actor Jerry Lewis offered for sale at auction August 8-9, 2020.

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Own A Handbill for An Incredible Run of Shows at The Showbox in Seattle

Incredible 1980 concert handbill featuring Police, Muddy Waters, Black Flag, and XTC at The Showbox in Seattle is for sale at auction August 8-9, 2020.

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Talk About the Passion With These Early R.E.M. Posters In Our August Auction

Three R.E.M. concert posters are for sale in the August 8-9, 2020 auction.

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Own Three Incredibly Rare and Unique Scripts Made for the Original King Kong!

Don’t miss your chance to own these King Kong draft movie scripts in the August 8-9, 2020 auction.

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Own Proof of a Beatles Reunion Offer from 1976

For sale at auction is the 1976 Western Union Mailgram offering The Beatles $50 million to reunite.

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Alice in Chains Original Concert Posters – from Glam to Grunge

Early Alice in Chains original concert posters follow band from glam rock joke to grunge titans.

Own Stunning Photos from One of Fugazi’s Most Memorable Shows

This weekend, you have your chance to own some stunning photo documentation from the lens of Pat Graham. We have two prints of legendary Washington DC band Fugazi playing at the Washington Monument in 1993,

A Look at the Work of Poster Designer Mike King

If you’ve browsed our collection of Pacific Northwest concert posters from the 1980s and 1990s, you’ve seen the name Mike King. If you’ve never known about him or his work, let’s do a deep dive

Walk the Long Road With These Pearl Jam Related Vintage Posters

In Heritage Auctions’ two-day auction this weekend (April 4 and 5), you have the chance to own a handful of extremely rare posters tied to what eventually became Pearl Jam. The band’s success with their

A Closer Look At When Nirvana Opened for Sonic Youth

With this Mike King designed poster – where Nirvana opened a number of shows for Sonic Youth in the summer of 1990 – you have documentation of a critical turning point in pop culture history.