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BORN AGAIN POSTCARD

Not really a promo item but there doesn’t seem to be a postcard category.


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LP, NEMS label, Signed by the band

Black Sabbath is the debut studio album by English heavy metal band Black Sabbath. Released on 13 February 1970 in the United Kingdom, and later on 1 June 1970 in the United States, the album reached number eight on the UK Albums Chart and has .
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Black Sabbath badge

a vintage Black Sabbath badge. 100% unofficial, it's got a nice 'outsider art' feel to it. might have to get a t-shirt made of this one... cheers for donating it Sean!


Tony Iommi Custom Jaydee Guitar

Built around Black Sabbath's 'Born Again' , here is another awesome Tony Iommi Jaydee custom guitar built by no other than Birmingham's guitar lutheir John Diggins , this guitar was used extensively in the 80's by Tony Iommi and more specifically on Black Sabbath albums such as Seventh Star, Headless Cross, Tyr and also Dehumanzier album in the early 90's , it was also used on stage during that time frame as well , the guitar could also bee seen on Sabbath music videos 'Trashed' and 'Zero the Hero'.The guitar is currently at Hard Rock Cafe San Diego.


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Black Sabbath Heaven & Hell Artwork

I made this modified Heaven & Hell artwork specifically to be presented to the band as gifts during backstage at London's wembley arena on 10/11/2007 , I was solely taken after their show to Iommi's & Geezer's private bus to present them these framed artworks while Ronnie James Dio was later so overwhelmed with the sarcastic artwork backstage that I was told he kept telling everyone about it for a whole week after ! Ronnie couldn't help himself laughing at Iommi's smoking angel.


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Wall Of Sabbath

Note: Sabotage T-shirt made into de facto poster because it wouldn't fit around the old beergut. Paranoid inner sleeve is of the mini LP replica CD's series from Sanctuary/Castle, it was the first Black Sabbath album I ever bought back in 2002 when I was 17, it got so worn out over the years from playing it all the time that Hand Of Doom wouldn't play right anymore, hence it's on the Wall now. I began this collection back in 2008 with the Revolution In Their Minds poster and finished it up roughly around March this year with the two flags on the left.


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