‘Ground control to major collectors!’ Watch out for a thriving market in David Bowie artefacts! Fame is the title of one of David Bowie’s greatest hits. But he was once quoted as saying: “Fame doesn’t really afford you any more than a good seat in a restaurant!” But for owners of genuine Bowie artefacts, finding…Read More
Last year’s Bohemian Rhapsody box-office hit has revived the nation’s interest into one of the greatest rock bands of the 20th century. Of Course it wouldn’t be Queen without the one and only Freddie Mercury. There has always been a massive interest in collectables linking to Queen, so here at Collectology we’ve picked out a…Read More
50 years ago this year, a British icon was formed. Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon and, of course, Freddie Mercury came together to give us the British musical treasure; Queen. The band went on to record songs such as We Will Rock You, Bohemian Rhapsody, We are the Champions and Don’t Stop Me Now…Read More
It’s fair to say that music has always been a source of enormous collectability, with a culture of owning records and growing collections of music resurging in recent years. In fact, I find myself inundated with emails from collector’s looking for the rarest and most unusual music commemoratives.
If you didn’t manage to catch our Music Legends Show, you can watch the whole thing by clicking here> If not, here is a quick-fire rundown of the Music Legends range which will spark your nostalgia and transport you back to a time of bell-bottoms and flamboyance…
Rock and pop music has long been an inspiration for collectors. From signed photographs to rare editions of vinyl records, music memorabilia will always remain popular with collectors.
Here is the first of our Music Legends series on rock and pop superstars. Where we are looking into the world of music memorabilia and what coll we collect just for the nostalgia, the love and as a possible future investmentRead More
Royal Mail have literally JUST announced one of the most exciting stamp issues of the year; Sir Elton John!
50 years on from his debut album, Empty Sky, and as he continues his final world tour – Farewell Yellow Brick Road – Royal Mail take a look back at Elton’s prolific career with the third release in a series of stamps dedicated to ‘Music Giants’, preceded only by Pink Floyd and David Bowie!