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A metallic silver blazer stage worn by Dave Gahan while performing with Depeche Mode in 2013. The jacket was worn in multiple concerts throughout the band's 2013 tour. Silk interior lining, label reads "Alasdair." No size present.
A limited edition box set of six 12 inch singles faithfully reproduced from original artwork and audio masters for Depeche Mode's 1983 album "Construction Time Again". The album was the band's third studio album. The box set is sealed and has not been opened.
A Gibson American Eagle LG2 acoustic guitar signed in black marker by Taylor Swift, who has added "[heart] 89" to her signature. Serial number 13094072. Accompanied by the original Gibson Acoustic case.
A cherry red Gibson Memphis ES 335 guitar signed on the body in silver marker "Treat people with kindness Harry Styles." Serial number 11973707. Accompanied by the original brown Gibson hardshell case.
A Fender Squier Bullet Stratocaster guitar signed on the body in black felt pen "Brad Whitford 2019." Serial number ICS14093928. Accompanied by a soft gig bag.
A Daisy Rock Elite guitar in violet burst signed by Lillix band members Tasha Ray Evin, Lacey Lee Brass, Louise Burns, and Kim Urhahn. Serial number 03031203. Accompanied by a Daisy Rock gig bag.
A black leather jacket worn by John Stamos in an episode of "Full House" (ABC, 1987-1995). No maker labels present, size 42. Accompanied by a handwritten postcard by Stamos that reads, in part, "One of my fav leather jackets from Full House/ Hate to part with it but anything for Music Cares.
A copy of a script from the Full House (ABC, 1987-1995) episode titled "Luck Be A Lady - Part II" signed by cast members John Stamos, Bob Saget, Candace Cameron, Dave Coulier, and Jodie Sweetin. The 52 page script is dated March 27, 1989, and is unmarked within.
A Spalding basketball signed in black marker by Celtics legends Bill Russell, Larry Bird, Dennis Johnson, Tom "Satch" Sanders, Don Nelson, Tom Heinsohn, Frank Ramsey, Ed Macauley, Bill Sharman, Cedric Maxwell, Nate Archibald, JoJo White, and Sam Jones. Ball donated by Rick Fox.
An orange silk jacket worn by Carole King as part of her disguise when she went incognito the first time she saw "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical". The jacket has a Mariko label, size small. Accompanied by a program from the musical signed by King and a signed photograph of her wearing the jacket with a handwritten explanation of when she wore it. A video link of King explaining her donation is available as well.
A Samick model LW-028G/SA acoustic guitar, natural finish, signed in black marker by Bee Gees members Barry, Maurice, and Robin Gibb. Maurice has additionally written "Bee Gees." Serial number 98020319.
A concert program from Blake Shelton's tour, signed on the cover in silver marked by Shelton, and a promotional T-shirt from his 2009 tour. Shirt label reads "Anvil," size medium.
An animal print caftan with blue flower accents worn by Barbra Streisand in her role as Roz Focker in "Meet the Fockers" (Universal, 2004). Streisand wears the robe while in bed with husband Bernie Focker, played by Dustin Hoffman. The robe closes with a single clasp and tie at the chest, no labels present. Accompanied by a copy of the film.
A pair of Oliver Peoples prescription glasses owned and worn by Ozzy Osbourne. The round silver metal glasses have a slight blue tint and curls around the ears to secure. Accompanied by the original case.
A black velvet jacket with "Tom" embroidered in gold on the left breast, a red dragon on the right, and a feathered crown that reads "Ich Dien" on the back. The jacket zips on the front. Label reads "Fad Times Inc," size L. Accompanied by a handwritten note from Tom Jones' management assistant stating that Sir Tom Jones' rare bomber jacket is enclosed for the upcoming MusiCares auction.
A Fender FA 100 acoustic guitar with a green tree print against a salmon pink background by Lucie Rice Prints, signed in black marker by Thomas Rhett and Rhett Akins. Serial number CFF1318042.
A Gibson Midtown Standard, vintage sunburst finish, signed on the body in black marker by Billy Gibbons. Gibbons has added a caricature self-portrait, "ZZ Top," and the year "2020" to his signature. Serial number 150082832. Accompanied by three previously used guitar straps, a Gibson hardshell case, and Gibbons' signature guitar picks.
A white Astros 1986 All-Star Game 59Fifty baseball hat signed in blue marker "Bun B UGK 4Life!" Size 7 3/8. Together with an orange Astros jersey with "Bun B 19" on verso, size 2 XL, and a photograph of Bun B with the jersey.
A 2018 Chevrolet Camara ZL1 race car driven by Darrell Wallace Jr., in the February 18, 2018, Daytona 500 race. Wallace has also signed the hood of the car in black marke. Wallace made history with this Click n' Close Camaro ZL1 when he crossed the finish line in second place, becoming the highest finishing African-American in the "Great American Race." The Camaro ZL1 features the chassis, body, and interior of the race car exactly as they were when the car was rolled off the Daytona track. In preparation for the Daytona 500, extra care and detail were given to the car’s body including wind tunnel testing. Born in Mobile, Alabama, Wallace grew up in Concord, North Carolina. At the age of nine he started driving in both the Bandolero and Legends series. In 2005, he won 35 Bandolero races. In 2012 Wallace raced in the Xfinity Series followed by the Camping World Truck Series in 2013, when he won the Kroger 200 at Martinsville Speedway and became the first African-American driver to win in one of NASCAR's national series since Wendell Scott in 1963. In October, 2017, Richard Petty announced that Wallace would drive the No.43 car in 2018. With his second place finish at Daytona, Wallace is the first African-American driver to have a full time NASCAR ride since Wendell Scott in 1971."The car is always going to be special to me. It was my first Daytona 500 and there was so much hype going into the race. We had done so much media about me racing this car and being the first full-time African-American driver in NASCAR since Wendell Scott. I had my family at the race and friends. This car was the best place for me to be. I was able to just focus inside the car. We probably should have got into two accidents, but we avoided them. We made it to the finish and finished second. It was an amazing day with this car. Darrell "Bubba" Wallace Jr.
A metallic blue tracksuit with blue, white, and red stripes, owned and worn by Elton John. The stripes read "Gucci" and the zip-up jacket has a Gucci label. Both the jacket and sweat pants have printed labels that read "Gucci MRTW/ Elton John/ Cruise 91." Accompanied by a photograph of John with the tracksuit, and a Gucci garment bag.
The New Black Vanguard
Walter Sickert @ Tate
Julian Schnabel @ Pace
Plastic: Remaking Our World
WHO ARE YOU: Australian Portraiture
Miró. His Most Intimate Legacy
The Wild Game
Murillo: Picturing the Prodigal Son
The 8 X Jeff Koons
Jules Tavernier and the Elem Pomo
Life Between Islands
Fabergé in London: Romance to Revolution
The Last Judgment
Golden Shells and the Gentle Mastery of Japanese Lacquer
Le Design Pour Tous
New Galleries of Dutch and Flemish Art
Light & Space
Andrea Marie Breiling
Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg
The King’s Animals
Summer Exhibition 2021
Alison Elizabeth Taylor
Met Gala 2021
RIBA National Award winners 2021
Richard Twose Past Imperfect
34th Bienal de São Paulo
Afterlives: Recovering the Lost Stories of Looted Art
French Impressionism from MFA
Music of the ‘80s
Modern Gothic: The Inventive Furniture of Kimbel and Cabus, 1863–82
British Art Show 9
Sporting Fashion: Outdoor Girls 1800 to 1960
Design 1900 – Now
Chicago Comics: 1960s to Now
WOOD WORKS: Raw, Cut, Carved, Covered
Sophie Taeuber-Arp & Hans Arp: Cooperations – Collaborations
Michener Art Museum Collection
Rosie Lee Tompkins
TIM VAN LAERE GALLERY
Anne Truitt Sound
He Art Museum
To Be Determined
Old Royal Naval College
The Swiss Grid
Peter Lindbergh: Untold Stories
Canova | Thorvaldsen
Mia Photo Fair 2020
Susan Rothenberg (1945 – 2020)
Art After Stonewall
Roy De Forest
Sculpture by the Sea
Among the Trees
Historic Thomas Center
Asian Art Museum
Thu Van Tran
State of Extremes
Keith Haring | Jean-Michel Basquiat:
Lina Bo Bardi
Cars: Accelerating the Modern World
Moving to Mars
On the spiritual matter of art
Mississippi Museum of Art
2018/19 Cultural Gifts Scheme
Massimo Bottura at Sotheby's
The Donum Estate
Art After Stonewall 1969-1989
Odunpazari Modern Museum
National Gallery of Australia
Bonhams Bonmont Sale
Ámà: The Gathering Place
Venice Film Festival
Edinburgh Art Festival
The Colonial National Historical Park
Ed Sheeran exhibition
Photography & Video Art @ Bucerius Kunst Forum
Joan Jonas in Porto
Root Canal at Vleeshal
Olga Picasso. CaixaForum Madrid
Pure Fiction @ Marian Goodman
Hokusai x Manga @ MK&G Hamburg
Manolo Valdes @ Marlborough
Portrait(s) Photography Festival
Painting 2.0 at mumok
Winifred Knights at Dulwich Picture Gallery
Cindy Sherman in Brisbane
The new SFMOMA
RIBA’s first global architecture award
Heinz Mack at Galerie Perrotin
Weinstein Gallery explores Surrealism and the Avant -Garde
Pedro Friedeberg at Ruiz-Healy Art
Wilhelm Lehmbruck at the Leopold Museum
Fundació Joan Miró updates its permanent exhibition
Art and the Child
Gauguin to Picasso at the Phillips Collection
Hahnloser Collection at Museum Marmottan Monet
Ernest Hemingway: Between Two Wars
Picasso sculpture at MoMA
Piero di Cosimo Retrospective Premieres at National Gallery of Art
Mark Rothko's Harvard Murals
‘Jean Dubuffet: Soul of the Underground on view at MoMA’
Supermodels: Then and Now - Group exhibition opens at CWC Gallery in Berlin’
Francis Bacon and Henry Moore: Terror and Beauty
"Paris 1900, The City of Entertainment" at the Petit Palais
Graphic Design: Now in Production at RISD Museum
Gauguin: Metamorphoses at MoMA
Dedication ceremony for Herb Alpert's sculpture "Freedom"
Sochi Winter Olympics 2014
National Cathedral in Washington
Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density vs. Dispersal
Esprit Montmartre. Bohemian Life in Paris around 1900
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