The only authentic/valuable items currently for sale that i know of are these:
This 69' copy of "Ode to L.A. While Thinking of Brian Jones, Deceased" offered by Adrian Harrington Rare Books for $3,200.- One of four privately published works done personally by Jim. Extremely rare.
Here's a Morrison "signature" that was previously discussed here and has been relisted on eBay for $2,500 OBO. I agree with the previous opinions and don't believe that it's authentic. It's nicely done though.
Any coa's with that?
William Linehan Autographs.
I stand corrected, The Doors Collectors Magazine is currently selling it for $30,000.- which is ridiculous to say the least. It was a promotional photo taken by Elektra Records given to Manny's Music Record Store in NYC. It originally sold through RR Auctions in Nov. 15' for $15,250.- It reads "To Manny's Music with thanks, Ray, John, Robby, Jim. The photo is in fairly poor condition and the first name only sigs are very faded. I can think of several other Doors items i'd rather have for that kind of money. It still is signed by all 4 Doors, which is rare in itself. I wouldn't pay more than $7,000.- for it.
So how 'bout this Beatles All My Loving 45 with Jim initialing the record. It was found in a box from Jim's home in Laurel Canyon with several other records also with the JM initials. Seller wants $20K for it.The seller shows how the JM on the record matches the JM on these fake L.A. Woman handwritten lyrics in his ebay description.