Robert Redford baseball glove is among a star studded celeb sale

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FANCY owning Robert Redford’s baseball glove, Cher’s mini dress or Mike Myers’ suit? All these and many more will be up for grabs when Julien’s Auctions of Beverly Hills offers the Hollywood film and TV costumes and props from the Golden Closet Archive in Beverly Hills on November 20, writes Anne Crane of Antiques Trade Gazette. … Continue reading “Robert Redford baseball glove is among a star studded celeb sale”

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Inflatable giant pig used in Roger Waters Berlin Wall concert for sale

Inflatable giant pig used in Roger Waters Berlin Wall concert for sale

“ALL in all, you’re just another pig in the wall.” Eh? Something wrong there. Unless you are referring to the huge porker seen bursting through said barrier at Roger Waters’ Berlin Wall concert in 1990. If you want to impress the neighbours, or a bouncy castle doesn’t really cut it at the next school fete, … Continue reading “Inflatable giant pig used in Roger Waters Berlin Wall concert for sale”

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Tape recorder that launched the Tubular Bells phenomenon

Tape recorder that launched the Tubular Bells phenomenon

TUBULAR Bells was massive. It is still massive. Composer Mike Oldfield was just 19 when his masterpiece came out in 1973 and it remains an influential album – a rearranged segment featured at the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics. The ground-breaking instrumental work sold gazillions of copies, established Virgin records, and also sowed … Continue reading “Tape recorder that launched the Tubular Bells phenomenon”

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