What Briggs Rock & Pop Memorabilia Buy
We will purchase original 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and 1990’s Rock and Pop Memorabilia for any recording artist or band. This includes concert posters, promotional posters, flyers, handbills, documents, programmes, tickets, concert contracts, original photographs, autographs, personal effects and many other associated and unusual items associated with music.
We are always looking to purchase original artwork for album or single releases, official tour merchandise, artists or crew clothing, original photographs, negatives, film footage, reel to reel recordings, RIAA awards, autographs, toys, novelty items, giveaways, records, acetates and anything unusual that is music related.
We are extremely interested in high value items such as stage or studio used instruments, props and handwritten lyrics.
Single items or large collections in their entirety are always of interest to us.
We can visit you at your home or office to view your items for a free valuation with no obligation to sell.
You can visit us to! Just call us on 01494 436644 or email us on email@example.com to make an appointment.
Our main office is just outside High Wycombe (30 minutes from London) and just off the M40 and we have an additional site in South Devon near the M5. Please call us on 01494 436644 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Who We Buy
The Beatles are the 1960’s and are unique in the amount of memorabilia that is associated with Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.
Bob Marley Memorabilia
Bob Marley’s musical career started shortly after he moved to Trenchtown where he would meet future collaborators Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, Beverley Kelso, Junior Braithwaite and Joe Higgs.
Counterculture and Psychedelia Memorabilia
In simple terms Counterculture is a culture whose values and norms of behaviour differ substantially to that of mainstream society.
David Bowie Memorabilia
David Bowie started as a recording artist in 1964 and was involved with The Konrads, The King Bees, The Manish Boys, The Lower Third, The Buzz, The Riot Squad and Feathers.
Hip-hop / RAP Memorabilia
Selling your Hip-hop RAP Memorabilia ?
Jimi Hendrix Memorabilia
Jimi Hendrix came to the British consciousness in late 1966 under the management of Animals bassist Chas Chandler and former Club A’Gogo owner Mike Jeffery.
Led Zeppelin Memorabilia
Led Zeppelin formed in 1968 out of the ashes of the Yardbirds. Jimmy Page cleverly recruited Robert Plant, John Bonham and John Paul Jones to create the most spectacularly successful rock band of all time.
Oasis and Brit Pop Memorabilia
Inspiral Carpets roadie Noel Gallagher teamed up with his younger brother Liam Gallagher and his bandmates Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs, Paul McGuigan and Tony McCarroll in 1991.
Pink Floyd Memorabilia
Pink Floyd formed in 1965. The name derived from the American Blues artists Pink Anderson and Floyd Council.
Punk and New Wave Memorabilia
Punk Rock was a musical genre that evolved in the mid 1970’s although it was a previously used term by American rock journalists to describe the mid 1960’s garage bands.
Queen formed in London in 1970 with founder members Freddy Mercury, Brian May and Roger Taylor with bassist John Deacon completing the classic line up in 1971.
Sex Pistols Memorabilia
The Sex Pistols formed in 1975 under the watchful eye of Malcom McLaren. In 1976 they exploded in the nation’s consciousness and along with The Damned and The Clash are seen as pioneers for the early British Punk movement.
Soul, Funk and Reggae Memorabilia
Selling your Soul, Funk or Reggae Memorabilia ?
The Rolling Stones Memorabilia
The Rolling Stones formed in 1962 under the guidance of Brian Jones. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards eventually grappled control of the band and along with Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, Ian Stewart and later Mick Taylor gave The Beatles a run for their money in the 1960’s.
The Who Memorabilia
The Who became The Who in 1964 after some indecision on a group name. Previously Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Keith Moon, John Entwistle and a few others went under the name of The Detours and The High Numbers.