RR Auction Home
Current Auction Is Open For Bidding
Bidding Closes Thursday January 23
Home |Sitemap|Contact Us| Past Auctions  
 How to Bid   Register to Bid   Auctions   Consign   About Us 
Bidder Login

New Bidder Registration
Forgot your password?

The Current Auction
Ends January 23rd
Search
Advanced Search
By Item Number
Gallery Search
Past Auction Search
Bidding
How Do I Bid?
What is BidTracker™?
New Bidder Registration
The 30-Minute Rule
Terms and Conditions
New to RR Auction?
About Us
Testimonials
Register to Bid
Jobs at RR Auction
Press Releases
Consign to RR Auction
How to Consign
2019-2020 Auction Calendar
Jan 8
Jan 16
Jan 23
Feb 5
Feb 13
Feb 22
Mar 4
Mar 12
Mar 19
Apr 8
Apr 16
May 6
May 14
May 21
Jun 10
Jun 18
Jul 8
Jul 16
Aug 5
Aug 13
Sep 9
Sep 17
Oct 7
Oct 15
Nov 4
Nov 12
Dec 2
Dec 10
  View All Dates & Deadlines

Item 2100 - Jimi Hendrix Experience Signed Airline Envelope Catalog 465 (Nov 2015)

Back To Previous Page
(we are no longer accepting bids on this item)
Minimum Bid: $300.00
Sold Price: $17,941.35 (includes buyer's premium)

Description


Vintage circa 1967 ballpoint signatures, “The best of luck to you—from Jimi Hendrix, Experience,” “Best regards, cheers, Noel Redding,” and “Best Wishes, Mitch,” on the reverse of an off-white 8 x 4 United Air Lines ticket envelope. The front of the envelope is filled out with flight information for a trip from Allentown to Los Angeles which took place on August 16, 1967. In fine condition, with light creases and toning. Accompanied by a letter of provenance from the original recipient, in part: “I received the autographs directly from Jimi Hendrix, Mitchell and Redding on United Airline flight #81 from Pittsburgh to Los Angeles and stopping in Detroit…The Pittsburgh-Los Angeles flight stopped in Detroit where the group boarded after they performed two shows in Ann Arbor the night before…Mitchell and Redding slept most of the time but Jimi and I talked for about an hour during the flight.” The Jimi Hendrix Experience opened for The Mamas & the Papas at the Hollywood Bowl two days later. Hendrix had not performed in the United States prior to the summer of 1967, making this one of the group’s earliest American concerts. The original owner also appeared with this piece on an episode of Antiques Roadshow that aired in 2010, rounding out this offering’s superior provenance. Pre-certified REAL.

Terms and abbreviations used in our descriptions.


You must be a registered user and logged in to view Past Auction Item Images

If you do not currently have an account, click here to go to our secure registration page.

Important Information


Tips For Consignors

Auctions

For a complete list of auction beginning and ending dates, check our dates and deadlines page.