We are always looking to value and buy any rare item of Queen memorabilia including autographs, written material, acetates, test pressings, rare records, backstage passes, concert posters, handbills and tickets, instruments, on and off stage used clothing, unique items and promotional material.
Queen are a British rock band that formed in London in 1970. Their best known line-up was Freddie Mercury (lead vocals, piano), Brian May (lead guitar, vocals), Roger Taylor (drums, vocals), and John Deacon (bass guitar).
During their heyday Queen were one of the best-selling bands in the world. Another One Bites the Dust (1980) became their best-selling single, while their 1981 Greatest Hits compilation album is the still the best-selling album in the UK and is certified eight times platinum in the USA.
Estimates of their record sales range from 150 million to 300 million records. Queen received the Outstanding Contribution to British Music Award from the British Phonographic Industry in 1990. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001.
Below is illustrated a small sample of the type of Queen and Freddie Mercury memorabilia that we are trying to buy.
We will pay around £600 for autographs on a piece of paper and around £1000 to £1500 on a photograph, flyer or a fully signed album sleeve.
We will pay between £100 to £500 for any UK Queen concert poster depending on size, condition and rarity. We would pay between £100 to £300 for a Queen concert poster from Europe or the rest of the world.
We will pay around £100 - £200 for Queen promotional posters.
Please phone for a quote.
Please phone for a quote for any rare, unique or one-off item of Queen memorabilia.
A Shure Brothers Incorporated 565 SD microphone that was formerly the property of Freddie Mercury - it has his name engraved in white at the top. The microphone was used by Freddie during Queen’s performance at Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, the date was part of the group’s ‘The Game’ tour.
A white dress shirt that was purchased by Freddie Mercury from Harrods and worn in the 1991 Queen video for the song ‘I’m Going Slightly Mad’. The shirt has no labels and came from the collection of Shaun Matthews. Shaun was the house sitter at Garden Lodge, Kensington.
A black silk shirt that was worn by Freddie Mercury in the video for the 1991 Queen single ‘Those Were The Day’s Of Our Lives’ that has been signed by Freddie Mercury in silver felt tipped pen.
A grey t-shirt made in the USA by ‘things’ that was formerly owned and worn Freddie Mercury. The t-shirt has the words ‘Under Pressure’ printed on the front. It is accompanied by a letter of provenance from Freddie Mercury’s long-time partner Jim Hutton.
A pair of green sunglasses that were worn by Freddie Mercury in the video for Queen’s 1989 single ‘The Invisible Man’. The sunglasses came with a letter of authenticity from Freddie Mercury on ‘Queen Productions Ltd. letterhead paper that read ‘To Whom It May Concern, This is to confirm that these glasses are the ones which were worn by me in the video ‘The Invisible Man’, which we filmed in July. Yours faithfully, F Mercury’.