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Item 5083 - Rolling Stones Autograph Letters Signed Catalog 524 (Mar 2018)

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Sold Price: $3,705.63 (includes buyer's premium)

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Immensely appealing collection of five items signed by a member of the Rolling Stones, which includes a ballpoint signature, “Mick Jagger,” on an off-white 5.5 x 7.25 sheet of Cumberland Hotel stationery, and a set of four ALSs, each individually signed in ballpoint or felt tip, “Keith Richard,” “Brian Jones, xx,” “Bill Wyman, x,” and “Charlie Boy.” The letters, each one page, range in size from 5 x 8 to 8 x 10, no dates, all addressed to “Susan.” The Richards letter, in part: “We don’t mind the fans screaming. In fact, we’d all start worrying if they didn’t scream anymore. But actually there are some fans I’ve noticed in the audience that don’t scream, but I’m sure they still feel the same. Yes, we should be doing another tour in the autumn.” The Jones letter, in part: “Thank you nuts for your lovely letter. (I don't mean you are nuts, it's just an expression I use!)…No, I don’t intend to get married just yet. Reporters are always pestering us about this. I know it must be very annoying to you to keep hearing about it, but there’s nothing we can do.” The Wyman letter, in part: “I could see the card must have taken you some time to make and I really do appreciate the fact that you are willing to spend so much of your time to make something for me. I just can’t thank for your kindness.” The Watts letter, in part: “Of course we don’t mind fans screaming, if you didn’t scream, we’d think we were loosing popularity. Glad you like the L. P. and the single.” In overall very good to fine condition, with some toning to Wyman and a tear to Jones.

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