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Rolling Stones Signed Guitar

Squier Stratocaster guitar in cream finish, autographed on the pickguard by Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood and by Mick Jagger on the body of the guitar. The guitar was signed during the Rolling Stones 1994-1995 Voodoo Lounge Tour.


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Performance Waistcoat

A black silk waistcoat with gold button front closure and interior label reading “Twentieth / Century / Costumes,” no size. Wyman was photographed wearing the waistcoat by his friend and photographer Terry O’Neill in 1992.


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Ovation Magnum 2 Bass

Ovation Magnum 2 bass guitar, serial number B5979. Built with a one-piece solid wood body and a bolt-on neck with dot inlays on the fingerboard in a blue finish with gold hardware. This bass is fitted with the Ovation Magnum neck and bridge pickups with active 3-bandgraphic EQ. Wyman received this bass as a gift in the late 1990s.


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Rolling Stones Q Awards Certificate

An awards certificate dated December 12, 1990, from Q magazine’s annual music awards, The Q Awards. The award is presented to the Rolling Stones for “Best Live Act.” The Stones began 1990 with the tail end of the Steel Wheels tour in Japan in February and continued with the Urban Jungle tour of Europe that ran through August, ending at Wembley Stadium in London.


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Steinberger XM2 Bass White Finish

1998 Steinberger XM2 bass white finish, serial number N8812. Designed and originally manufactured by Ned Steinberger, who is known for his “headless” design of electric basses and guitars. This instrument was built using a solid graphite neck with bolt-on construction to a wood body.


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Rolling Stones Urban Jungle Concert Poster

A framed poster featuring a black and white image of the Rolling Stones beneath “Budweiser / Presents / Rolling Stones.” The poster is promoting the July 18, 1990, Urban Jungle tour stop at the Newcastle Football Club in St. James Park.


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Fender Twin Reverb Reissue Amplifier In Case

1990 Fender 65 Twin Reverb Reissue amp, serial number AC024816. This is a reissue of Fender’s famous 1965 black face Twin Reverb amp with the 85-watt AB763 quad- 6L6 tube circuit, spring reverb, tremolo, Jensen speakers, and tilt-back legs. The amp is housed in a custom road case and was used by Wyman with the Rhythm Kings.


Rolling Stones Leather Stage Jacket

A black leather jacket with zip front closure and silver studded epaulets. Wyman was photographed on a number of occasions during the Rolling Stones 1989-1990 tours of the US and Europe wearing this jacket on stage while performing. Wyman added pins and badges to the lapels of the jacket throughout the tour, and the holes created by this evolving collection are still visible.


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Rolling Stones Stage Worn Jacket

A cropped gray silk jacket with epaulets, zip front closure and belt. Interior labels have been removed, but Wyman was photographed wearing the jacket on a number of occasions while performing with the Rolling Stones during their 1989-1990 tours of the US and Europe and with the Rhythm Kings.


Bill Wyman Presentation Piece

Steel Wheels / Urban Jungle Presentation Piece

A framed map of the world commemorating the success of the Rolling Stones 1989-1990 Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle tour with plaque reading, in part, “Presented By / The Rolling Stones / To / Bill Wyman.” The map shows a Steel Wheels logo at the location of each stop on the tour and features facsimile signatures of each band member in lower margin.