Keith Richards 1882 Bosendorfer Model 170 piano that was also owned by Mick Jagger. Keith purchased this piano from Mick and it was used on The Rolling Stones 1981 American Tour and is featured in The Rolling Stones movie “Let’s Spend The Night Together”.
`Originally in white finish, It has been restored back to the original black finish and it is constructed from exotic mahogany, spruce, maple, walnut and elder.We have the complete history from manufacture to ownership on this piano.
This comes with photos of the piano on stage with The Rolling Stones, a letter from Keith Richards, and a letter from Keith’s manager, Jane Rose. Sold in 1986 through Sotheby’s, it is now once again available. Please call or email for details.
A large (23″x23″) color promo poster for the Rolling Stones “Dirty Work”, signed in person, right in the centre in black, by Keith Richards, for a crew member. Dated ’98.
Signed in person by Keith Richards, who put this band together for this epic event, an original (39″x26″) promo poster for “Hail! Hail! Rock N Roll”, the tribute movie to Chuck Berry. Apart from Chuck himself, you will note that Keith is pictured on stage, right next to his hero, and has signed the poster near his own name.
This is the guitar to own…Keith Richards’ 1959 Gibson Les Paul Standard used from 1964 into the early 70’s. Used to record “Satisfaction” in 1965, used on the 1st two Ed Sullivan shows, numerous UK Top Of The Pops shows from 1964-1966, Ready Steady Go shows in the UK, NME Poll Winners concerts, and in concert all the way to the early 70’s. Also played by Mick Jagger and Mick Taylor in the studio and on stage. Comes with all provenance, original receipts, photos and videos of Keith, Mick Jagger and Mick Taylor playing this guitar. Please call for details. What a piece of Rock History.
A large (36″x36″) black and white promo poster for the Rolling Stones. Signed in person by Keith Richards for a crew member. Dated ’98.