We are always looking to value and buy items of Who memorabilia, anything considered. Please contact us with details including, if possible, an image of your item(s).
The Who were formed in 1964 after changing their name from The Detours. In April of 1964 Keith Moon (drums), joined Pete Townshend (guitar), Roger Daltrey (vocals) and John Entwistle (bass guitar) and the classic Who line up was formed. On the 7th of September 1978 drummer Keith Moon died in his sleep after overdosing on the drug Heminevrin which he had been prescribed to help conquer alcohol withdrawal. The group went on to sell over 100 million records and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1990.
Below is illustrated a sample of the type of Who memorabilia we are seeking. Anything rare considered.
With only two members of the original The Who line-up remaining, demand for good Who related memorabilia has increased dramatically in the last few years and prices have risen correspondingly. Interest is at a maximum for early period material when The Who were performing as The Detours and then as The High Numbers. A Detours poster in excellent condition could be valued at £10,000 upwards.
We will pay between £2000 and £5000 for any UK or European Who 1960s concert poster depending on size, rarity and condition.
We will pay around £600 for a set of The Who signatures on one page from an autograph album and more on a photograph.
We will pay £1500 - £2000 for a vintage The Who album signed on the cover by all four original members.
An original 12 inch 33rpm acetate disc featuring five tracks from The Who’s 1970 Live At Leeds album.
A pair of Pailet and Panedo cuff links that were formerly the property of John Entwistle of The Who.
A pair of handmade tan coloured leather boots formerly the property of The Who’s bass guitarist John Entwistle. The Truka-style slip on boots were made by Anello and Davide.
An original check shirt made by Roper that was formerly the property of John Entwistle of The Who.
A cello guitar made in Czechoslovakia by Höfner. This was the first guitar Pete played as a young boy. It belonged to his uncle Jack and was the first guitar Pete ever played when he was between 7 and 10 years old.