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A photo at their only Helsinki concert in 1974 taken by me, and sent to the Queen fan club for the guys to sign.8,5x 8,5cm.
Tags: 1974, Finland, Helsinki, Kulttuuritalo, Queen, More…in
This is amazing! You were so lucky!!
Hi, thanks, so I'm beginning to realize, just recently.. the rare benefits of being OLD.. I was member no 722 of their International fan club... These are for sale, btw... Eila
I see you actually have 5 signatures, not 4 as the photo line up on the homepage originally suggested. Your Freddie was not shown until I clicked on your page. I don't know how this happened, but you have a genuine Freddie with a fake Brian, Roger and John. Well, two fake Roger's, actually. I don't like the F on this Freddie but it absolutely is genuine. And not signed by the same hand that signed all your other graphs.
The 5th one is on the same photo where the signing had failed with the ink.. It never even entered my mind in these 44+ years of having these,that they were be signed by Pat or Sue or any Tom, Dick or Harry in their office. So may I ask some idea of how much this genuine Freddie is worth?
Depending on the size, I'd say about $1,100. Unfortunately the others aren't genuine but lucky for you, the one with the highest individual value happened to be real. Had you had a full genuine set, that price would have been significantly higher. The fan club is known for doing that, unfortunately. It was pretty rare to get something sent back to you and actually have genuine signatures on it.
If the photo itself is 8.5cm x 8.5cm, what size is the graph? That could have some impact on the value for some potential buyers, but I think a little over 1K USD is probably what you'd get for this in an auction setting. Hope that helps. All the best
WOW. I never realised. though often wondered if these would be worth something..
I will always remember the shocking sad moment of hearing about his death.The only artist that moved me that deeply. Immortal Freddie comes to my rescue now.
It is still a visible size signature. Measuring from the tips of letters and loops, about 2 inches wide and 1,5 high.
Auction setting? How would that work? Any possible help greatly appreciated..
Ebay is what I meant by auction setting. Selling here is a set price sitting. If you sell on Ebay, and make the item visible worldwide, you'll reach more people than this site alone. Hope that helps.
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