New dates announced for Bill’s Rolling Stones Archive auction

New dates have been announced for the auction of Bill Wyman’s archive collection of Rolling Stones property, which has been rescheduled due to the coronavirus crisis.

The auction – titled Property From Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive courtesy of Ripple Productions – will now take place on Saturday, September 12 and Sunday, September 13 at Julien’s Auctions in Beverley Hills.

The collection is considered the most important archive of artefacts and memorabilia that documents the Rolling Stones and their legacy. It is the first time the collection has been offered at auction.

Highlights include:

  • Bill’s historic 1962 VOX AC30 ‘Normal’ model amplifier which famously clinched his audition for the legendary British rock band.
  • Wyman’s guitar collection used on the band’s career-defining performances, tours and recording sessions, including 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
  • Brian Jones’ Rock and Roll Circus 1968 Gibson Les Paul Standard Model Gold Top and more.

Awards, Instruments, Concert Posters, Stage Worn Ensembles, Photographs, Correspondence, Production Documents and Other Ephemera to Rock the Auction Stage and Two-Week U.S. Exhibition August 31st – September 11th in Beverly Hills.

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

Find out more about the Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive auction.


  1. Hi Bill – although you won’t remember, we met in 89 when I spent a few weeks as a guest Of Charlie and Seraphina on the Steel Wheels tour.

    I have a ca.1960 WEM Westminster amplifier and wondered if it might possibly have been the one you brought with you to the Stones in 1962 along with the AC30. It has RS painted on the grille, and someone superimposed a K over the R, so KR and RS.

    Here it is –

    Best regards,

    Humphrey Barclay

  2. I toured with Bill and the Stones in England in the 60’s can i see any of the exhibits online

  3. Hello really enjoyed the “Quiet One” had no idea about your history and I see you have kept your archives together, and they will be very welcomed sometime in this 21st century when history will want to study about your life and contribution to music and art..
    I am a Canadian Potter, All the best

  4. Looking for early unreleased stones acetates. Give me your hand and I will hold it tight, is one of them. Any acetates,with brian singing lead vocals?


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