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Elvis Presley Owned and Stage Played 1942 Martin D-18 Sun Sessions Guitar

Elvis Presley’s historic 1942 Martin D-18 guitar, Serial Number 80221, which he owned between 1954 and 1956, is often referred to as his “Sun Sessions” guitar. Elvis used this actual guitar extensively while recording at the iconic Sun Studios in Memphis, TN and while performing on stage during this period. He can be seen playing the guitar in many, many photographs from this time, two of which are featured here. Elvis purchased the guitar at O.K. Houck’s Piano Store in Memphis, trading in his Martin 000-18. He decorated the body of the guitar with adhesive metal letters spelling out his name, "ELVIS". The letters "ELVI" remain with the "S" missing. The extensive wear visible on the guitar due to Elvis’ hard strumming is testament to its considerable use by Elvis. During this period Elvis recorded some of his most classic songs, songs that catapulted him into his meteoric rise to fame, including “That’s All Right (Mama)”, “Blue Moon of Kentucky”, “Good Rockin’ Tonight” and many more.The guitar comes with extensive provenance and photographs of Elvis playing it.

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)
Visage aux cheveaux bouclé (A.R. 573)
Terre de faïence plaque, painted in colors and partially glazed, 1968. From the edition of 100.
Framed, overall measurements approximately 310 by 310 mm, or 12 1/8 by 12 1/8 in.

Original 1903 World Series Game Used Baseball

Cesar Romero as The Joker Signed “Batman” Photograph

Fred Gwynne as Herman Munster Signed “Munsters” Photograph

Audrey Hepburn Signed Photograph

Liza Minnelli Signed Photograph

From TMZ.com Sports
May 31, 2020

Jordan

Michael Jordan’s 1985-86 Game Worn and Signed
Post-Injury Modification Air Jordan 1 Sneakers

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APPELLATE COURT UNANIMOUSLY RULES IN FAVOR OF GOTTAHAVEROCKANDROLL.COM AND AGAINST MADONNA OVER THE AUCTION OF HER PERSONAL ITEMS INCLUDING TUPAC SHAKUR’S BREAK-UP LETTER

Madonna

Tupac Shakur Handwritten & Signed Letter to Madonna from Prison

On Tuesday June 4, 2019, the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court, in a unanimous 5-0 decision, ruled in favor of GottaHaveRockandRoll.com and against Madonna over the auction of her personal items including a breakup letter from rap legend Tupac Shakur. “We won at the trial court, and now a unanimous appeals court in Manhattan has sided for us said owners of GottaHaveRockandRoll.com. Jeffrey Haas, attorney for GottaHaveRockandRoll.com, added, “My co-counsel Hartley Bernstein and I were fully prepared in the event Madonna appealed the soundly decided lower court decision, and it was gratifying to see that justice continued to be blind to Madonna’s celebrity and money and the alchemy of her high profile legal counsel.” Added co-counsel Hartley Bernstein, “Celebrity does not trump the facts. Here, those facts were plain as day. Ms. Lutz, the consignor, owns the items and GottaHaveRockandRoll.com is free to sell them on her behalf.”

Featured Collections

The KISS Museum Collection Part II

KISS Costumes from the KISS Museum in Ohio

Part II of the KISS Museum Collection featuring over 200 unique, one-of-a-kind original KISS artifacts including custom stage costumes, personally owned items, original RIAA gold and platinum awards, handwritten and signed documents and letters, toys and other merchandise, and much, much more!

The Eddie Hammer Elvis Presley Collection

Elvis Presley Rare Original TV Guide 45 Record with Both Inserts

Gotta Have Rock and Roll is pleased to continue our presentation of the Eddie Hammer Elvis Presley Collection. Featuring over 100,000 items including incredibly rare LP’s, acetates, posters, personal items, merchandise, toys, figurines, magazines, CD's, videos, box sets, promotional items - everything imaginable and items you never imagined existed. With a 60-year quest for memorabilia that started in 1954, Eddie was considered an expert when it came to Vinyl and CD’s. A writer for Goldmine Magazine and Discoveries. Eddie was also a guest speaker at many Elvis conventions with fans giving him the title of having “The Biggest Elvis Collection in the World”.

Featured Items

Elvis Presley Owned and Worn 5ct Diamond and Gold Ring


Madonna Worn Leopard Print Jacket


Led Zeppelin Signed “Led Zeppelin II” Album


Billie Eilish Photo Shoot Worn Jackson Digby London Pink Outfit


John Bonham Stage Used Custom Drumsticks


Beatles Signed Rare 1961 Promotional Postcard with Pete Best Caiazzo Authenticated


Michael Jackson Signed and Initialed Original Neverland Drawing


“The River” Original RIAA Gold LP Record Album Award Presented to Bruce Springsteen

Original Eyvind Earle “Aurora from Sleeping Beauty”
Concept Painting. Gouache on Paper,

Original Mary Blair “The Sleeping Beauty”
Preliminary Book Cover Painting. Gouache on Board.

Original Mary Blair “Alice in Wonderland”
Concept Painting. Gouache on Paper

Sold

  • Jimi Hendrix stage played 1967 electric guild Starfire V Cherry guitar
    SOLD: $250,000.00

  • Duane Allman's owned and extensively played 1957 gold top Gibson "Layla" Les Paul guitar
    SOLD: $1,000,000.00

  • John Lennon’s “Sgt. Pepper’s” Personally Owned and Used Piano from His Kenwood and Tittenhurst Park Homes on Which He Composed "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds", "A Day In The Life" and More”
    SOLD: $690,000.00

  • Elvis Presley 1974 Stage-Worn "Peacock" Jumpsuit
    SOLD: $300,000.00

  • Princess Diana Worn Red Lace Cocktail Dress Ex The Christies Auction, Diana Princess of Wales
    SOLD: $205,429.20

  • John Lennon Owned and Worn Iconic "Two Virgins" Talisman Necklace
    SOLD: $528,000.00

Featured Artist of the Month

AC/DC

AC/DC Signed “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap”
Bon Scott Era – 1976 Release

The Australian band AC/DC was founded in 1973 by brothers Angus and Malcolm Young. One of the highest-grossing groups of all time, the band has gone through various line-ups over the years. This 1976 released“Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” album is signed by the band members from the famed “Bon Scott Era” including Bon Scott, Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Phil Rudd and Cliff Williams (the album was released later in the U.S., in 1981, but this is the original 1976 album released in Australia and Internationally). AC/DC has been variously described as hard rock, blues rock, and heavy metal, but the band has always described their music as good old "rock and roll”. And they couldn’t be more right!

Gotta Have History

Martin Luther King, Jr. Signed & Inscribed "Stride Toward Freedom" Book

Bruce Springsteen “Born in the U.S.A.” Original Annie Leibovitz Polaroid Album Cover Outtake Photograph

Joe Shuster Signed Large Vintage Original "Superman" Artwork Drawing