Led Zep & Cozy Powell out for a pint
Denim Jacket (1986). Featuring patches from Black Sabbath, Judas Priest & Led Zeppelin.
This is the denim jacket I pretty much lived in between 1986 and 1989, when it got a bit too small. Most patches came from a stall at Basingstoke market.
Homemade scrapbook featuring newspaper cuttings of Judas Priest & Led Zeppelin
Laney amp badges
Acquired from Les Dunning 18 photos taken by Les at a Led Zeppelin concert, one of which was later signed by Robert Plant
Tony did a sesion with Led Zeppelin’s manager Peter Grant at his home.
Led Zeppelin tie-dyed t-shirt. Unofficial. Hindenburg disaster picture as used on Led Zeppelin I album cover. Bought at Camden Lock market, London, summer 1991.
Poster for Led Zeppelins show at the Empire Pool Wembley 1971
Q magazine Photographic Supplement Volume 11 feat. images of Napalm Death & Led Zeppelin
Blues Folk Festival poster
Complete Knebworth Ticket
Original Platinum disc
A side - 'Immigrant Song'
B side - 'Hey Hey What Can I Do"
Melody Maker (1969) - The Blues still dominated the front pages up until the late 60's.
One of two records called BRUM BEAT released in 1964.
This is a piece of collage artwork created in celebration of Home of Metal.
The Levi Set Blues Group Band business card (1965-67). The band were managed by Norman Hood who would later go on to be involved with Judas Priest as well as other bands.
Rhythm & Blues All Stars LP (1966)
The Kinks ' You Really Got Me' 7" single (1964). Credited by many as being one of the first 'heavy metal' songs.
Led Zeppelin flyer from a gig at Birmingham Town Hall on Friday 13th of June, 1969. The other bands on that night were Liverpool Scene & Blodwyn Pig.
Bootleg Album Cover - Zeppelin Live at Blueberry Hill
Badge collection inc. Led Zeppelin