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[RR Auction] Badfinger 'No Matter What' Acetate (December 5-12, 2019)

Bidding for the Marvels of Modern Music Auction opens Dec 5 & ends Dec 12, 2019 

#5300 - Badfinger 'No Matter What' Acetate 
MB $200
Estimate: $800+ 
#5300 - Badfinger 'No Matter What' Acetate RR Auction Dec 2019
Single-sided 7″ Apple Corps Ltd. stereo acetate of the 1970 Badfinger song ‘No Matter What,' featured on the group’s 1970 album ‘No Dice.’ The Apple Corps label is filled out in type: "'No Matter What,' Badfinger, Stereo." In fine condition, with wear to the sleeve. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Tracks. 
Omega Auctions 
Auction Date: February 6, 2018 11:00 GMT 
Lot 177  Badfinger - No Matter What - Apple 7" Acetate 
Estimate: 150 - 200 GBP 
Lot 177 Badfinger No Matter What Acetate Omega Auction Feb 2018
No matter what, don't miss out on this 7" single sided Apple 'Custom Recording' acetate! The playing surface is in well presented Ex condition with only a couple of extremely minor, light and faint surface marks and a little 'residue' to the lacquer - this is not a major feature and playback should not be affected in any major way. Lovely clean printed label. With a message from the band? on the paper sleeve which reads: "If we don't see ya on the way out Tara!" 


[RR Auction] Badfinger / Chemical Bank Demand Loan Disclosure Statement (1972)

Estimated At:400.00 - 600.00 USD 
Auction Date:2019 Jun 12 @ 18:00 (UTC-5 : EST/CDT) 
Group of three DSs, individually signed "Peter Ham," "Thomas Evans," and "Joseph Molland," each one page, 8.5 x 11, dated May–July 1972. Three Chemical Bank loan statement documents for Badfinger band members Pete Ham, Tom Evans, and Joey Molland, signed at the conclusion in ink by the respective individual. In overall fine condition. 
Chemical Bank Pete a
Chemical Bank Pete b

Chemical Bank Tom a
Chemical Bank Tom b

Chemical Bank Joey a
Chemical Bank Joey b


[RR Auction] Four unsigned ASCAP membership cards for Pete & Joey

RR Auction   Catalog 529 (June 2018 Fine Autographs and Artifacts Auction)
Lot 696 - Badfinger: Four unsigned American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) membership cards 
ESTIMATE: $400-$600 
end: June 13, 2018 18:00 (UTC-5 : EST/CDT) 
ASCAP 1974 pwh

Lot 696 Badfinger ASCAP a
Lot 696 Badfinger ASCAP b
Four unsigned American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) membership cards for members of Badfinger, 4 x 2.5, including: cards for 1973, 1974, and 1975 filled out in type with the name of lead singer Pete Ham, "Peter William Ham"; and one card for 1974 filled out in type with the name of guitarist Joey Molland, "J. C. Molland." All bear stamped signatures of the ASCAP secretary. The backs of the cards have "Royalty Record" fields, with a sum of $6,240.17 recorded in the first quarter of Ham's 1974 card, and a sum of $103.56 recorded in the first quarter of Molland's 1974 card. In overall fine condition.  


[RR Auction/Autograph] Badfinger (December 9, 1972)

RR Auction   Catalog 535 (Sep 2018 September Auction)
Lot 710 - Badfinger 
ESTIMATE: $400-$600 
end: September 12, 2018 18:00 (UTC-5 : EST/CDT) 
Sold Price: $708.05 
Lot 710 Badfinger (Dec 9, 1972)
Green ballpoint signatures, "Best wishes, Pete Ham," "Joey Molland," "Mike Gibbins,” and "Tom Evans," who adds an inscription, "All the best to Manor in '73!," on a blue 6 x 4 card. In fine condition. Badfinger recorded their fourth studio album Ass at The Manor Studio in Oxfordshire, with the reverse of the card indicating that the signatures were obtained at the studio on December 9, [1972].  
 [Autograph] 2年に1度出てくるサイン 


[RR Auction] Badfinger: Bob Jackson (1974)

RR Auction   Catalog 535 (Sep 2018 September Auction)
Lot 711 - Badfinger: Bob Jackson (1974) 
ESTIMATE: $200-$400 
end: September 12, 2018 18:00 (UTC-5 : EST/CDT) 
Lot 711 Badfinger Bob Jackson 0
Lot 711 Badfinger Bob Jackson 12
Lot 711 Badfinger Bob Jackson 4
English rock musician (born 1949) most famous for being a member of Badfinger from 1974 to 1975 and 1981 to 1983, and of The Fortunes from 1995 to the present. Two DSs, both signed "Bob Jackson," both dated to circa late 1974: the first document, 12 pages, 8.5 x 13.75, is a contract between Robert Jackson and Badfinger Enterprises, in which the former agrees to render his "exclusive personal services as a vocalist and instrumentalist in connection with the production of phonograph records for an original term of one (1) year…to record with the group known as Badfinger." The second document, four pages, 8.5 x 11, is an official letter from Jackson to Badfinger Enterprises, in which he affirms: "I hereby engage you to represent me, as my sole and exclusive personal representative, manage and director, to handle all of my personal business affairs in all branches of the entertainment industry throughout the world, in all fields of endeavor." Jackson signs at the conclusion of both documents in blue ballpoint. In overall very good to fine condition.  


[RR Auction] Badfinger: Stan Polley Signed Document (Sep 29, 1972)

RR Auction   Catalog 524 (March 2018 Pop Culture Auction) 
Lot 5161 - Badfinger: Stan Polley Signed Document  (September 29, 1972) 
ESTIMATE: $400-$600 
STARTING BID: $200.00 
end: Mar 15, 2018 18:00 (UTC-5 : EST/CDT) 
Lot 5161 RR Auction
Important DS, signed "Stanley Polley, President," one page, 8.5 x 11, September 29, 1972. Agreement between Warner Bros. Records and Badfinger Enterprises, in part: "Concurrently herewith we are delivering to you signed documents covering the phonograph recording services of that certain group performing together as 'Badfinger,' together with our check for $500,000 payable to you. Said check is to be held by you until such time as the enclosed documents have been signed on behalf of Badfinger be used by you to purchase Certificates of Deposit in such bank as you may select in the joint names of you and us with the proceeds thereof to be paid over to you, which said Certificates of Deposit are to be held in escrow." Signed at the conclusion by Badfinger manager Stan Polley and countersigned by Warner Bros. executive Joe Smith. In fine condition. This significant document relates to the advance funds that Polley ultimately hid, which caused Warner Bros. to sue Badfinger in 1974 and withdraw their recently released Wish You Were Here from record stores. The legal problems left Badfinger penniless, and led to lead singer Pete Ham's suicide in 1975.

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