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We Buy Deep Purple Memorabilia


We offer a competitive price and same day valuations. Please contact us today to see what your Deep Purple memorabilia could be worth.

Please contact us for a free quote on any Deep Purple item(s). We are always looking to value and buy items of Deep Purple memorabilia. Below is illustrated a sample of the type of Deep Purple memorabilia that we are seeking. Anything rare considered.


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Deep Purple 1968 Shades Of Deep Purple Promotional Shop Display

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An original 1968 promotional shop display for Deep Purple’s debut album ‘Shades Of Deep Purple’.

Deep Purple Fairfield Hall Croydon 1970 Concert Poster

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An original concert poster for a Deep Purple performance at the Fairfield Hall, Croydon on nnd November 1970.

Deep Purple 1970 Signed Concert Handbill

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A concert handbill from St. George's Hall on 26th September 1970 signed by Deep Purple.

Deep Purple 1970 UK Concert Handbill

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An original Deep Purple concert handbill from July 1970 advertising performances by Deep Purple and also T-Rex at the Lyceum, Strand.

Deep Purple Autographed Remo Drum Skin

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A Remo drum skin which has been autographed by all five current members of Deep Purple. Ian Gillan, Steve Morse, Roger Glover, Ian Paice and Don Airey have each signed the drum skin in black marker pen. It measures 37cm (14.5 inches) in diameter. The drum skin was originally auctioned by Ian Gillan to raise funds for the music-inspired charity B Sharp.

Deep Purple Tommy Bolin 1960s Early Owned And Stage Worn Jacket

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An original 1960s jacket which was owned and worn by guitarist Tommy Bolin. Tommy had a brief career playing with Zephyr and Deep Purple before his tragic death in 1976. The red and black floral print jacket was worn by Bolin with his first band Patch Of Blue in 1966. There is no size or label. It comes from the collection of Tommy’s brother, Johnnie Bolin.