The Frank Dileo Collection Including – Michael Jacksons “Motown 25” Bill Whitten Crystal Socks Worn for the First Ever “Moonwalk” Plus 50 Other Amazing Items Including Awards, The Prop Sign From “Moonwalker” and Frank’s Costume from “Goodfellas”; Banksy Bristol Cathedral School 1989 Class Photograph – Only Known Confirmed Facial Image of Banksy; Kurt Cobain’s Lock Of Hair In A Signed Heart Pill Box; Notorious B.I.G Signed “Hypnotize” CD One of His Last Known Autographs; Elvis Presley’s Custom “TCB’ Prescription Sunglasses Worn On Stage June 11 1972 at Madison Square Garden ; The Beatles Fully Autographed 1968 “Rubber Soul” Album Cover are being offered at the Nov 13-22, 2019 Rock & Roll Pop Culture Auction Presented by Gottahaverockandroll.com.
- Banksy Bristol Cathedral Class Photograph
est $40,000-$50,000 starting bid $1000
- Michael Jackson “Motown” Moonwalk Socks
estimate 1-2 million starting bid $100,000
- Kurt Cobain Lock of Hair
estimate 8-12,000 starting bid $4000
- Notorious B.I.G “Hypnotize” Autographed CD
est $45,000- $55,000 starting bid $15,000
- Elvis Presley TCB Madison Sq. Garden Sunglasses
est 30,000- $50,000 starting bid $20,000
- Beatles Autographed “Rubber Soul” Album Cover
est 100,000- 200,000 starting bid $85,000
About Gotta Have Rock And Roll
GottaHaveRockandRoll.com, an online auction site devoted to rock and roll and pop art, was launched in 2008. Since its launch we have held many extremely successful auctions, starting with the Rock and Pop Art Auction 2008, where we broke the world record for the highest priced Elvis Presley item ever to be sold at auction, his famed Peacock Jumpsuit! The sale of this jumpsuit is to be included in the new edition of Guinness World Records. Another highlight of that auction was John Lennon’s Talisman necklace; the very same necklace worn by Lennon in the infamous nude cover photograph for John & Yoko’s “Two Virgins” album in 1968 and worn by Lennon constantly in ’67 and ’68. This necklace was sold for $528,000! Following on the heels of this auction was the Rock and Roll Photography Auction that featured over 250 original, many never-before-seen, rock and roll photographs. Subsequent auctions include the sale of John Lennon’s piano for over $750,000, Duane Allman’s gold top Gibson guitar for over 1 million dollars. Our Pop Culture auctions include every aspect of collecting from Rock and Roll, Sports, to Political memorabilia and everything in between.