If you could own anything, the ultimate Rolling Stones piece of memorabilia, what would it be?
For most, maybe they would say they couldn’t imagine.
A Jagger sparkle jumpsuit?
The Omega shirt from the 69 tour?
His Uncle Same hat?
Keith’s “Little Queenie” guitar owned by the Hard Rock.
His Micawber maybe?
For me, here are 3.
One is currently for sale through Gotta Have It.
The second was up for auction and never sold.
The third recently sold unfortunately not to me, in the $15,000 range.
This is the original Rolling Stones “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” 45 single gold record award that was presented to Mick Jagger to commemorate the sale of more than one million copies of the pop single record that was released by London Records. This extraordinary award is a completely unique, original gold record that was presented directly to the artist, and there is not another one exactly like it in existence. The award is presented in its original frame with original backing. It is very rare to find a prestigious gold record award such as this in its 100 percent original condition. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, “Satisfaction” is perhaps the most famous song from The Rolling Stones. The song was first released as a single in the United States in May 1965, and the smash hit became the group’s first number one song in America.
This is a complete set of liner notes written by Jagger for the landmark “Let It Bleed” album.