Rock N Roll, Historical, Military, Winevsky Part 3, Leica Cameras, Posters, & More

Among the featured lots of the auction is an Original 1938 Signed Frank Sinatra Arrest Fingerprint Card (State of New Jersey), Original 1935 Little Black Sambo Poster (w/restoration). Collection of Cast Iron Door Stops including Scarce Hubley Bathing Beauties, Charleston Dancers, and Many More.

Large Collection of Leica Cameras, Military material including Civil War and Other Items, Photographic Images including Tintypes, Ambrotypes, & Daguerreotypes. Rare Books, Paper Ephemera, and Posters of All Kinds including World War 1 & 2, Advertising, Foreign, and More.

Rock N Roll material highlighted by a Once in a Lifetime Opportunity to Own a Jimi Hendrix Studio Multitrack Master (2 inch Tape) with 8 Different Song/Segments Recorded in the Final Days/Month's of His Life, along with a Short Unidentified Piano Composition.

Other Items Will Include 1969 Jimi Hendrix Northern CA Folk Rock Festival Poster, 1969 Janis Joplin Concert Poster, 100's of Original Backstage Passes from All Genres, Concert & Crew Shirts, Posters, Handbills, Alberto Vargas Signed The Cars "Candy-O" Album Cover Uncut 2nd Proof, from the Collection of The Cars keyboardist Greg Hawkes, and More.

Live Online Bidding available on Proxibid and Invaluable, also on location Thursday, April 19, 2018 10:00 AM EST at Weiss Auctions 74 Merrick Road, Lynbrook, NY 11563 Phone: (516) 594-0731

 

Phil Weiss has nearly 40 years experience in the collectibles trade. Growing up as a second generation book and stamp specialist, he turned his interest in the collectibles field into one of the top collectibles auction houses in the country. He has owned and operated Weiss Auctions for over 30 years.

Phil has worked as a consultant for many of the country's top auction galleries. He has also contributed articles on the field of collectibles to many of the major trade publications. Phil contributes time on a regular basis doing auctions for local charities as well as free appraisals to raise money for senior centers and clubs.

Check out the Phil Weiss Archive as seen on the Antiques Roadshow Website.