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Bieber, Justin: Hair in autographed jar, signed
In February 2011 teen sensation Justin Bieber had a famous haircut. Justin gave some of the clippings to TV star Ellen Degeneres after she tweeted "All I want for my birthday is a lock of Justin Bieber's hair". Ellen sold the Justin Bieber hair on Ebay for $40,668, with the proceeds going towards her favourite charity, The Gentle Barn. The hair was purchased by the Golden Palace Casino and now forms part of their travelling museum of weird and wonderful merchandise. Justin donated the rest of the hair to his favourite charity, Pencils of Promise. They in turn contacted Paul Fraser Collectibles whom acquired the hair in return for a considerable donation that is to be used to build a new school in the developing world. The hair is presented in a plastic container which has been initialled by Justin Bieber himself. There are approximately 200 one inch hairs in total. Without doubt a unique and highly collectible piece of Justin Bieber memorabilia. PFC Auctions
Lance Armstrong Autograph on a Copy of his Autobiography
A hardcover example (with dust-jacket) of Armstong's autobiography Every Second Counts, measuring 6½" x 9½" and totaling 246 pages. <br> <br> Armstrong has signed in black felt tip pen on the half title page. <br> <br> There is a small tear in the dust jacket otherwise the book is in superb condition, and shows a clean and flamboyant signature. <br> <br> A great memento from one of the greatest athletes in history. PFC Auctions
Ringo Starr Autographed Black & White Photograph
On August 18, 1962, Ringo Starr (1940-) officially became a Beatle. Primarily a drummer, Starr also performed as a singer with the band on tracks such as With a Little Help from My Friends and Yellow Submarine. He has since carved out a successful solo singer career and has dabbled in acting. <br> <br> This autographed photo of Starr measures 10" x 8". The photograph shows the musician dressed in a suit and tie. <br> <br> The signature and photograph are in fine condition. PFC Auctions
Ronnie Wood Autographed Original Sketch
Autograph from Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood. <br> <br> Added self-portrait caricature from the well-known artist. <br> <br> Ronnie Wood (1947- ) is an English rock musician best known for being a member of The Rolling Stones. He is also a former member of The Jeff Beck Group, The Birds and Faces. As well as being an established musician, Wood is also a renowned artist. <br> <br> Having trained at the Ealing Art College, he has continued to produce art and exhibit around the world alongside his career with the Stones. He is the co-owner of London art gallery, Scream. <br> <br> This magnificent original sketch is thought to be a self-caricature of the rock star. A superb piece of music memorabilia and testament to Wood's creative talent. <br> <br> Measuring 7½&#34; x 10&#34;, the piece is in excellent condition and bears Wood's autograph clearly beneath the sketch. PFC Auctions
Woolf, Virginia: Autographed copy of "Orlando", signed
Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) is often regarded as one of the foremost modernist figures in literature of the 20th century. Her most famous works include Orlando, Mrs Dalloway and To the Lighthouse. After battling bouts of depression for much of her life, Woolf filled her pockets with stones and drowned herself in the River Ouse near her home in Sussex in 1941. This magnificent book is a hardcover limited edition of Orlando, measuring 6¼" x 9¼". It is one of a limited edition of only 800 copies of the book signed by the author, this being number 465. Orlando, published in 1928, is a novel partly based on Woolf's lover Vita Sackville-West. The book has been signed by Woolf in purple ink on the reverse of the half title page. The autograph is in excellent condition. The book also features an owner's bookplate which has been affixed to the front pastedown showing the books original owner was the famous American Impressionist landscape painter Daniel Garber. This copy originates from Garber's personal library - the bookplate reads "Ex Libris - Daniel and Mary F Garber". Garber's paintings are now on display at the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. Pencil notations have been made on the first, blank page. The book also features some light overall toning and some light sunning to the spine, otherwise it is in fine condition. A rarely seen signed edition of an important 20th century novel with great provenance having come from the library of Daniel Garber. PFC Auctions
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