An original 1974 US tour set list for Elton John. A hand-written and original from Madison Square Garden. John Lennon was added at the last minute to jam a couple of songs, and as the set list shows, written in a different hand, “Whatever Gets You Thru The Night” and “I saw her Standing There” were added to the running order, for John to sing with Elton. This has been looked after by a crew member ever since, and this was John Lennon’s last public concert performance.
This is a very, very rare item – a CD box set of the Beatles Anthology, in slip case signed by Ringo, Paul and George. They have all signed first names only, Ringo adding a “star” symbol, Paul adding a
“smiley face” doodle, and George adding his “Om” symbol. This particular set of signatures was
obtained on the CD set by Olivia Harrison, George’s wife, as a charity donation for the benefit of the Royal Ballet School, at around the time of the press and media campaign for the “Anthology” series.
Time Takes Time poster signed by Ringo for a crew member.
George Harrison’s 1964 Gibson SG Standard that was used on the videos “Paperback Writer” & “Rain”. Also used on late 60s Beatles recordings. This was also used live by George with the Beatles at the last ever UK concert – 1966 NME Poll Winners concert, and comes with photos of this show. It was also played in the studio by John Lennon circa 1968, and there is footage of this in the “Anthology” DVD set. George gave this guitar to Pete Ham of Badfinger in 1969, who used it for 5 years with the band before giving it to his brother, John.
This Mercedes Benz was custom ordered from new and spec’d up in 1984 by George Harrison in England at Stratton of Wilmslow, the UK AMG dealers at the time. It was just featured on the cover of the October 2014 issue of Mercedes Enthusiast magazine and with a 5 page article on the car.
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