Johnny Allen Hendrix (27th November 1942 – 19th September 1970). Hendrix was an American guitarist and singer and songwriter. He is largely considered to be the greatest guitarist in history and one of the most influential and important musicians of his era. In 1966 Hendrix alongside Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchell formed The Jimi Hendrix Experience releasing three albums Are You Experienced, Axis: Bold As Love and Electric Ladyland in the next three years.
Because of his untimely death Hendrix’s time in the public eye was limited to just over three years. Hence memorabilia from his career is scarce. The Hendrix Experience performed comparatively few concerts and signed relatively few sets of autographs. This taken together with the fact that all three members of The Experience are now all deceased makes Hendrix memorabilia highly collectible and valuable – a trend which sets to continue for the foreseeable future.
If you have an item of memorabilia you would like valuing please contact us with full details. All items relating to The Jimi Hendrix Experience considered.
A Jimi Hendrix Concert Poster For ABC Aldershot, Thursday 27th April 1967
A Jimi Hendrix Concert Poster For Kensington Olympia, 22nd December 1967
We will pay around £2,000 to £5,000 for any UK or European Hendrix concert poster, more if it is a 30 inch x 40 inch example and previously unseen.
We will pay around £1,500 for a full set of Hendrix Experience signatures on a page from an autograph book.
We will pay around £2,000 - £2,500 for a Jimi Hendrix photo signed on the front or a concert programme signed on the image.
We will pay around £300 for any UK or European Hendrix handbill depending on scarcity and condition.
We will pay £30 to £100 for a Hendrix concert programme depending on the venue, year, condition etc.
We will pay £80 to £100 for any UK Hendrix concert stub, more on European concert stubs.
Jimi Hendrix Autographed Arrest Documents Sweden 1968
The official documents concerning Jimi Hendrix's arrest in Sweden, January 1968, after destroying his hotel room in Gothenburg. Comprising twenty four sheets in Swedish and one with English text.