Bill reveals Rolling Stones auction memorabilia in special video

Bill Wyman Auction video

Bill has revealed some of the collector’s items from his forthcoming memorabilia auction –  the Property From Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive courtesy of Ripple Productions – that is being held on September 12-13, 2020.

Bill has filmed a dedicated auction video, showcasing some of his vast archive, including the 1962 VOX AC30 amp that helped him land his place in the Rolling Stones.

In the video Bill showcases some of the unique items that will be actioned, including the 1962 VOX AC30 amp. Also included is his 1969 Fender Mustang Bass Competition Orange, 1978 Travis Bean Custom Short Scale Bass, 1974 Dan Armstrong Prototype Bass, 1981 black Steinberger Custom Short-Scale XLSeries Bass, Framus Star Bass model 5/150 Black Rose Sunburst.

The video provides an up-close look at some of these incredible items with a rich musical heritage – and items that fans will have a unique opportunity to own.

Watch the full video below:



Find out more about the Property From Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive courtesy of Ripple Productions auction at Julien’s Auctions.

A Portion of the Proceeds of the Auction to Benefit The Prince’s Trust, Macmillan Cancer Support and CCMI (Central Caribbean Marine Institute).


  1. dear Bill, first and utmost im happy to see your doing great.
    probably the stuff thats going to be sold will be very expensive but ill will do my best to buy one or two tiny things.
    Thanks for all the music!

    • Dear Bill I got your 1989 steelwheel s scarf and the blue scarf that has Yellow and red in flight lot 1000 love it .I will wear it with my suit . I live in San Diego it means everything to me

  2. Dear Bill

    First of all, I hope that you are in good health despite the complex times in which the world is immersed.
    I presume that it is difficult for you to let go of a life of memories, of atmosphere, of stories, of which only the objects that you have meticulously preserved are the testimony.
    I find your approach very touching and courageous.
    It was with pleasure that I found out that you have most of the records I have at home.
    Of course I heard all your records that you produced after the Stones but also those of the Stones.
    I have a deep respect for your work and for what you have brought to music, for your ability to federate and for the contribution of a book that would not have existed without your action (Blinds & Shutters- Michael Cooper, Marc Shagall ..).
    Thank you again for all.

    I hope to be able to offer me an object which belonged to you.
    Very sincerely

    Thierry (Chateaugiron-France)


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