Entertainment memorabilia & vinyl records

Entertainment memorabilia has always been a strong collecting market and gives the collector or buyer a chance to feel closer to their idol. If you have a Beatles signature or one of Elvis’ jumpsuits, Fieldings are happy to advise on the value. Equally, vinyl record collecting has certainly had a revival over the last decade, going from strength to strength in a market where nostalgia and simplicity appear to be of the upmost importance to the seasoned collector. At Fieldings we can offer a full valuation on items that most people have in their attic or stuck on a shelf. The department is run by Rachel who is an avid vinyl collector herself. Read more

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Fieldings house vinyl record – a fully signed Led Zeppellin album IV selling for £9,800

Rachel's most memorable find – a collection of over 1000 records and related memorabilia from Factory records, owned by a previous employee of the infamous Manchester based record label.

Rachel's dream find – 1991 Nirvana 1st pressing, ‘Bleach’ on white vinyl with original poster, only 300 were produced.

A Led Zeppelin fully signed copy of Led Zeppelin IV LP, sold £9,800

A signed Rolling Stones postcard, the black and white postcard and Mick Jagger's harmonica, sold £1,950

Four Beatles signatures, each of the four black and white newspaper cuttings, sold £1,600

Linn Sondek - A transcription LP12 turntable, sold £1,250

A mid 20th Century autograph book containing various signatures to include The Beatles, sold £1,800

A Bob Dylan '66 (Highway Revisited) tour programme, sold £1,400

A collection of 1960s signed music programmes, sold £700

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