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Music Auction in Las Vegas - Jazz Collectables

CooperOwen will be holding a Vintage Instruments and Music auction on the 1st June 2002 which contains several jazz-related items. Please see below for further information. Commission bids can be placed online now at http://www.cooperowen.com and the auction will culminate with a live event at the Mandalay Bay Hotel, Las Vegas on the 1st June 2002 at 20:30 PDT. Thank you for your time, and if you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to let me know. Kind regards, Kaz Simmons Catalogue Assistant Lot 1, A limited edition black and white photograph of jazz great Louis Armstrong playing his trumpet, taken by photographer Tom Hanley circa 1967 A limited edition black and white photograph of Louis Armstrong performing with his trumpet at the Antibes Jazz Festival in late July 1967, signed and numbered by photographer Tom Hanley, printed later on archivally permanent photographic paper. Image measures 14 x 9 inch. (35 x 23 cm) on 16 x 12 inch. (30 x 40 cm) silver gelatine paper £100-150 Please note these prints are provided for personal use only and the sale does not give anyone the right to use or reproduce in any form of media whatsoever. The copyright stays with the photographer Tom Hanley at all times. 10, A first edition autobiography signed by Miles Davis. A hard back copy of Miles Davis autobiography signed by the Jazz master on the title page in blue marker pen. £100-150

11. A limited edition black and white photograph of Miles Davis on stage, circa 1990, taken by photographer Tom Hanley A limited edition, black and white photograph of Miles Davis playing on stage at the Leverkusen Jazzfest, Germany on 14th October 1990, signed and numbered by the photographer Tom Hanley, printed later on archivally permanent photographic paper. Image measures 14 x 9 inch (35 x 23 cm) on 16 x 12 inch (30 x 40 cm) silver gelatine paper £80-120 Please note these prints are provided for personal use only and the sale does not give anyone the right to use or reproduce in any form of media whatsoever. The copyright stays with the photographer Tom Hanley at all times. 16. A limited edition black and white photograph of Duke Ellington performing, taken by photographer Tommy Hanley, circa 1966 A limited edition black and white photograph of Duke Ellington playing the piano on stage at the Antibes Jazz Festival, on 27th July 1966, signed and numbered by the photographer Tommy Hanley, printed later on archivally permanent photographic paper.

Image measures 14 x 9 inch (35 x 23 cm) on 16 x 12 (30 x 40 cm) silver gelatine paper.. -

£100-120. Please note these prints are provided for personal use only and the sale does not give anyone the right to use or reproduce in any form of media whatsoever. The copyright stays with the photographer Tommy Hanley at all times. 17† Programmes signed by Duke Ellington and his band and Harry Belafonte Two programmes; Duke Ellington and his famous band in concert, 5-26 October 1958, signed by Ellington and his band and An Evening With Belafonte Gaumont State Theatre, Kilburn, Sunday 10th August 1958, signed in black ballpoint pen Harry Belafonte. Various sizes. £80-120 20 A limited edition black and white photograph of Ella Fitzgerald performing, taken by photographer Tom Hanley circa 1968 A limited edition black and white photograph of diva Ella Fitzgerald at the mic, on the 28th July 1968 at the Antibes Jazz Festival, France, signed and numbered by the photographer Tom Hanley, printed later on archivally permanent photographic paper.

Image measures 14 x 9 inch. (35 x 23 cm) on 16 x 12 inch (30 x 40 cm) silver gelatine paper. - £80-120 Please note these prints are provided for personal use only and the sale does not give anyone the right to use or reproduce in any form of media whatsoever. The copyright stays with the photographer Tommy Hanley at all times.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Ellington, Miles Davis and Ella Fitzgerald
  • Subtitle: Ends June 1st, 2002
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