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Amazing stage-used ‘Fiend Skull’ speaker cloth removed from a speaker cabinet used by horror punk legends the Misfits. The grille cloth measures 26.25 x 39.75, prominently features the band’s iconic off-white skull logo, and is signed in the lower right corner in gold ink by guitarist Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein. Also included is a semi-glossy 8.5 x 11 paperstock photo of Doyle, which is signe…

Now At: $1,100 (8 bids)

Exceedingly rare Mike Matthews Freedom amplifier personally-owned and -used by Johnny Ramone (John Cummings) of punk rock legends the Ramones, signed on the right side in silver ink, "Johnny Ramone, Ramones original amp, 1974-75." The amp, 24? x 24? x 9?, is one of a matching pair of 4 x 10? speaker Freedom amps purchased by Cummings in early 1974. Freedom amps were manufactured in New York City b…

Now At: $15,592 (11 bids)

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…

Now At: $275,000 (21 bids)

Acrylic on canvas, 46" x 62".An iconic legend to the music world and beyond, Johnny Ramone paved the way for inspiration across many aspects of life, including those of the art world. Giovanni DeCunto was inspired by the musician’s brilliant talent and aptitude. DeCunto depicts the musician playing his universally recognizable guitar, creating sounds that so many fans have listened to in awe and a…

Now At: $20,897 (20 bids)

Bonnie Parker's handwritten poem book entitled "Poetry from Life's Other Side," penned on 32 pages inside a black leatherette 3.5 x 6 bank book, stamped on the front cover, "The First National Bank, Burkburnett, Texas." Featuring a mix of Parker's original creative compositions and renditions of popular folk ballads, these poems were written by Parker while she was held in Kaufman County Jail, Tex…

Now At: $25,878 (12 bids)

Iconic original statuette awarded to actress Anne Revere for her role as Mrs. Araminty Brown in the 1944 MGM film National Velvet, starring the young Elizabeth Taylor, Mickey Rooney, and Donald Crisp. The award trophy measures 13.25? tall, weighs six pounds, and features an engraved plaque on the base, "Academy First Award to Anne Revere, In Recognition of Her Performance in 'National Velvet.'" A …

Now At: $75,959 (17 bids)

Paul Newman's personally-owned and -worn bright red fireproof auto racing suit from circa 1979-1983, manufactured by Simpson Safety Equip. Inc. in May 1979, with name patch on the chest embroidered in white, "P. L. Newman." Sewn-on patches include Bob Sharp Racing/Datson (chest), Datsun (chest), Canon (chest), Kendall (chest), Budweiser (chest, both arms, and back), and Goodyear (back). This suit …

Now At: $9,882 (13 bids)

Remarkable collection of nine of Albert Einstein's pipes, with a Jewish menorah-style wooden pipe stand for eight. Pipes measure from 4? to 12? in length, with most featuring briar wood bowls. While the majority are handsome but simple in form, two are quite decorative—one has a carved owl design (perhaps given to Einstein as a gift symbolizing his wisdom), and another white pipe features an intri…

Now At: $33,657 (22 bids)

Exquisite oversized vintage matte-finish 10 x 13.5 mounted portrait of Albert Einstein in a dashing tuxedo, on its original Delar mount, inscribed on the mount in German in fountain pen to "Herrn und Frau Bluestone," and signed in full below, "Albert Einstein, 1936.” Beautifully double-matted and framed to an overall size of 17.5 x 21. In very good to fine condition, with some light spotty silveri…

Now At: $19,000 (21 bids)

Incredible sperm whale tooth scrimshaw from the personal collection of President John F. Kennedy, which was presented to United States Army General Maxwell D. Taylor by former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy following the death of her husband. The tooth, which stands 6.5? in height, is mounted within a silver base that measures 4.25? in diameter and is engraved on the front and back rim: “For Genera…

Now At: $21,000 (21 bids)

Towards the close of the war in 1945, Ambassador Joseph Kennedy arranged for his 28-year-old son, Jack, to work for Hearst newspapers. This allowed the young veteran to attend the opening session of the United Nations in San Francisco in May and then travel abroad to cover post-war Europe during the Summer of 1945.JFK followed Prime Minister Churchill throughout England during his reelection campa…

Now At: $383,951 (39 bids)