NEW YORK, NY.-
If youre not heading to Europe this summer to see iconic photography of The Rolling Stones at exhibits in London and Stockholm. Rare photography of the band by the heralded celebrity photographer Terry ONeill is now up for auction
at still-reasonable prices. Perfect for a starter gallery in your living room and bragging rights to a slice of rock n roll royalty.
And with the Rolling Stones still alive and kicking (and soon to be touring), snatching up an iconic ONeill Rolling Stones photo now may be a smart investment.
Major auctions are taking place in London and New York this month. When it comes to Rock n Roll memorabilia experts say now is the time to buy.
In a world fascinated by celebrity, especially at the height of the music festival season, memorabilia from popular musical artists is now highly sought after, said Pontus Silfverstolpe, auction expert and co-founder of Barnebys.com, an international on-line auction aggregator. While there are many rare items that have sold for extraordinary prices, there are also less expensive ways to own a piece of celebrity.
Theres plenty of other Rolling Stones collectibles at budget prices from around the world on offer at auction through Barnebys.com the worlds fastest growing online auction search engine for less than $100. No rustling through junk piles at the Brooklyn Flea.
If a trophy guitar or two on for your living room wall is the object of your desire: While Kurt Cobains guitar sold at auction for $43,000, the current bid on a guitar signed by American folk legend James Taylor is about $200, thats almost cheaper than a some Ikea art
.and bidding is about to close.
Album page inscribed to carol ('Love to carol from the Stones') and signed by Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones. Current bid $520
Walter Fischer (1930-2000) - Mick Jagger - The Rolling Stones - Hamburg 1972. Current bid: $140.