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Very rare original ‘brown paper bag’ invitation to the ‘Punk Art’ exhibition, held at the Washington Project for the Arts in Washington, D.C., on May 15, 1978. Designed by Alice Denney, the invitation is printed on a small paper bag that measures 8.5 x 5 unfolded, with the front bearing an image by Miller, Ringma, and Hoppe of the Mona Lisa, with cracked frame glass that&r…

Sold For: $1,063 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Nearly complete rare original “1978 Punk Calendar” issued by Punk Magazine, 12 pages, 11 x 17, with the front cover featuring a caricature of the Ramones by underground artist Bobby London. Each month contains a variety of amusing trivia facts and birthday reminders, with the upper portion featuring a large music or entertainment-related image: Lou Reed (January), James Cagney and the…

Sold For: $875 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Rare original 10 x 17 poster for the first public performance by the punk rock / heavy metal band the Plasmatics, which was held at CBGB’s in New York on July 26, 1978. The poster shows two images of the band in a slaughterhouse, with Wendy O. Williams dressed scantily and wielding a chainsaw, and the other members clad in white butcher coats. In fine condition, with tack holes to the corne…

Sold For: $2,125 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Fantastic original sketch by acclaimed special effects artist Screaming Mad George, accomplished in graphite on an off-white 11 x 14 sheet of illustration paper, signed and inscribed in the lower right in black ballpoint, “To ‘Legs,’ from MAD,” who writes his name in Japanese. The drawing, ostensibly a rough draft for a Punk Magazine front cover, depicts a strange encounte…

Sold For: $1,375 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Early pairing of Salute Records 45 RPM records for the Shrapnel singles ‘Combat Love / Hey’ and ‘Go Cruisin’ / Way Out World.’ The records are included. In overall fine condition. Accompanied by a 45 RPM record for the Wayne County and the Backstreet Boys single ‘Max's Kansas City.’ The single ‘Combat Love’ features background vocals by Joey Ramone. Shrapnel was fronted by a young Dave Wyndorf, wh…

Sold For: $625 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Scarce 1977 Sire Records promotional cardboard wall display, 31.5 x 15, with both sides featuring album covers for the Ramones (self-titled debut and Leave Home), Talking Heads (Talking Heads: 77), Dead Boys (Young, Loud and Snotty), The Saints ((I'm) Stranded), and Richard Hell and the Voidoids (Blank Generation), with central text reading: “NEW WAVE rock ‘n’ roll. Get behi…

Sold For: $813 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Appealing original semi-glossy 19 x 13 silver gelatin photo of the Ramones by photographer Bob Gruen, with the lower border entitled in black felt tip, “Ramones-Performance Studio-Sept 1975-NYC.” The image shows the punk rockers performing in leather jackets and blue jeans in front of a large banner that simply reads: “RAMONES.” The lower right corner bears a 2014 Bob Grue…

Sold For: $1,188 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Desirable vintage circa mid-1970s black-and-white 14.5 x 19.5 poster designed by Arturo Vega, signed in blue felt tip by Johnny, Joey, Dee Dee, and Tommy Ramone. The poster features an image of an open leather jacket and Ramones belt buckle, with "Ramones" across the top in white block letters. Vega's facsimile signature is present in the lower right corner. Rolled and in fine condition, with…

Sold For: $4,500 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

A 1965 Mosrite Ventures II electric guitar personally-owned and -used by Johnny Ramone (John Cummings) for nearly two decades as the guitarist for punk rock legends the Ramones, with the back of the guitar signed in black felt tip, “Johnny Ramone, My Main Guitar, 1977-1996.” Cummings played this guitar at every Ramones performance until his retirement: from November 1977 through August 1996, for a…

Sold For: $937,500 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Amazing set of three Shure SM58 microphones used on stage by Joey Ramone during the Ramones’ last three or four shows, including the band's final concert, which was held at The Palace in Los Angeles, California, on August 6, 1996. Each member of the Ramones was presented with special mementoes from their final show. Among the items presented to Joey Ramone were three of the microphones …

Sold For: $13,125 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Rare pairing of studio-used Vic Firth Marky Ramone signature drumsticks, 16″ in length, personally used by Marky during the last recording session for the Ramones’ final full-length record, Adios Amigos. In overall fine condition, with expected wear from use.From the Ramones and Punk Collection of Daniel Rey, and accompanied by a letter of provenance.

Sold For: $1,125 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Teal-bodied Japanese Mosrite Mark II Johnny Ramone signature electric guitar (Serial No. JRB000), personally owned and used by Johnny Ramone. Includes the original hardshell Ramones guitar case, two Ramones/Fillmore guitar picks, and a guitar strap. In fine condition. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Ramone, which affirms that the “guitar is one of Mark-2 Johnny Ramone…

Sold For: $46,875 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Handwritten lyrics by Joey Ramone for the song ‘She Talks to Rainbows,’ unsigned, penned in black ballpoint on two off-white 8.5 x 11 sheets. The lyrics, in full: “She’s a dark dark girl, got that gleam in her eye, quick as a whip, sweet as pie, stops traffic, at a blink of an eye, she talks to birds, she talks to angels, she talks to bees, she talks to trees, she dont tal…

Sold For: $3,875 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Incredible circa 1978-1980 notebook from Arturo Vega’s famed Lower Manhattan loft at 6 E. 2nd St. in New York City’s East Village, which contains very early working handwritten lyrics by Joey Ramone for the song ‘Do You Remember Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio,’ featuring verses that do not appear on the recorded version. The lyrics are spread out over three pages, with on…

Sold For: $6,875 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Handwritten lyrics by Joey Ramone for the song ‘Searching for Something,’ unsigned, penned in blue and black ballpoint on three off-white 8 x 10.5 notebook pages. Ramone adds the title vertically to left side, “Searchin For Something,” and then, in the upper section, he writes: “Susan Says, Intro, Waterloo Sunset.” The lyrics, in full (spelling retained): &ldqu…

Sold For: $3,625 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Handwritten lyrics by producer Daniel Rey for the Ramones song ‘I Wanna Live,’ unsigned, penned in black ballpoint on an off-white 8.5 x 11 sheet, which is accompanied by a photocopy of the lyrics, both of which feature pencil notations by Joey Ramone, who used the latter as his singing copy. The lyrics read: “Ive been thinkin it over, and I know just what to do, Ive been thinki…

Sold For: $2,000 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Handwritten lyrics by Dee Dee Ramone for the song ‘Cretin Family,’ unsigned, penned in ballpoint on two off-white 8.25 x 11.5 sheets. Ramone writes the title above, “Cretin Family,” and the lyrics below, in full: “I am not so upset, about my horriable self, But why dont you, go upset yourself / Hey Here's the mirror, see your stupide face, What a disgrace man, an…

Sold For: $2,250 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Original hand-drawn “Map of the Chelsea Hotel Basement” by Dee Dee Ramone, accomplished in red and black felt tip and hot pink and neon yellow acrylic paint on stretched canvas measuring 18 x 14, signed in the lower right corner, “By Dee Dee Ramone.” The overhead layout marks various rooms, fixtures, and access points, such as storage rooms, hallways, fuse boxes, toilets, …

Sold For: $8,750 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Staple-bound fifth and final draft shooting script for the Ramones' music video 'Substitute,’ seven pages, 8.5 x 11, dated December 22, 1993, signed on the front cover in black ballpoint by Joey, Marky, and CJ Ramone, and in blue ballpoint by Johnny Ramone. In fine condition.From the Ramones and Punk Collection of Daniel Rey, and accompanied by a letter of provenance.

Sold For: $1,250 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Sire Records 8-track tape for the Ramones' 1976 self-titled debut album, signed on the back in black felt tip by Johnny, Tommy, Dee Dee, and Joey Ramone, who adds "'97." In fine condition. An uncommon format signed by all four members who played on the album.From the Ramones and Punk Collection of Daniel Rey, and accompanied by a letter of provenance.

Sold For: $2,875 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Attractive The Beatles watch made by Apple Corps Ltd., with engraved leather strap and dial featuring “The Beatles” over the green ‘Apple Records’ logo with track titles from their acclaimed 1968 ‘White Album.’ The watch includes its original wooden ‘guitar case,’ certificate of authenticity, and cardboard box, which is signed and inscribed in black…

Sold For: $6,250 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Color 24 x 36 Rhino Records / Warner Bros. poster promoting the release of Hey! Ho! Let's Go: The Anthology, the 1999 Ramones compilation album, signed in black felt tip by Johnny, Tommy, Marky, Dee Dee, and Joey Ramone, who adds “99.” The poster shows a pair of legs next to large bright pink text: “Ramones, Anthology.” Lower right corner bears a “Warner Archives…

Sold For: $4,875 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

Black leather motorcycle jacket personally-owned and -worn by Daniel Rey. The jacket, no size, features snap down lapels, shoulder epaulets, zippered sleeve cuffs and side pockets, attached belt with rectangle buckle, and a small coin flap pocket. The back of the jacket bears three embroidered patches: two that read “RAMONES” and “MONDO BIZARRO,” and the third is a central Ramones ‘presidential se…

Sold For: $1,625 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details

A metal cross pendant worn on a necklace by Iggy Pop, 1 x 1.75, with a small loop to the upper portion and much of its original black enamel coating no longer present. In fine condition. Iggy Pop wore this cross during the 1977 Idiot Tour, and he can be seen wearing it during the first four shows of the tour: Montreal, Toronto, Boston, and New York. The consignor, who was in the front row of the l…

Sold For: $5,125 (w/BP) Auction #626 - September 25, 2021 View Details