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Black Sabbath poster

Cathy Myhill (pictured with her husband Pat) designed the poster for a Black Sabbath gig on 2nd March 1970 at Birmingham College of Art and Commerce (as it was then known), which they are holding. Pat booked the gig in his capacity as social secretary .
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Sabbath T-shirts

Note: This isn't much of a collection yet, unfortunately Black Sabbath T-shirts are pretty scarce around here. Anyway, the first one I bought was the Vol 4 one (can't remember the year), latest is the "World Tour 1978" one, which I got a coupla months ago.


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Sabbath Poster/Ticket ’70/’71

These belong to a friend/colleague who saw Sabbath twice in the early days. As far as he recalls, the Mayfair show at the Bullring was just after the release of Paranoid. As the poster says, this was just prior to a US tour that contributed .
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Original Tony Iommi 1975 (four hearts) Stage Shirt

Garment featured in the original 1975 Black Sabbath 'Sabotage Tour' program by Martyn Dean. Also featured on the official Black Sabbath Instagram page. Obtained from a relative of the band and in my private collection since 1980.


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Ticket stub for first concert in Georgia

This was Black Sabbaths first concert in Georgia. It was also my first concert, I was never quite the same.  After this, it’s like I heard everything with new ears. I was transformed.


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Bedlam (1973) and Big Bertha (1968) from Birmingham

Big Bertha, a heavy three piece featuring Dave Ball (Guitar) Denny Ball (Bass) and Cozy Powell (Drums). Formed out of the ashes of Ace Kefford Stand. Bedlam formed in 1973. This album, plus a couple of live things. Toured the States with Black Sabbath in 1974.


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1977 tour poster

Took me a while to get this off a window in Shirley High Street Southampton, and in the rain. Surprisingly in fair nick.


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