A wonderful collection of stamps. I was told they were made for autopsies. $200 for the set.
Need some David Bowie records? Don’t bother going from record store to record store all over town, just come by Dolly and check out Cloud 8 Records. With over 50 different LP titles in stock (arranged chronologically of course) and various pressings of each you are going to find what you are looking for AND THEN SOME!!
Autographed (and dated, 1999) Hours Promo Print, guaranteed authentic. Rare and a great investment.
Mint 80′s Pinups pressing, autographed by the now deceased Bowie guitarist Mick Ronson. Beautiful must have!
The highly coveted Special album, 2 LP best of collection, issued in Japan only, complete with OBI strip. A crown jewel for any Bowie collector, LP and cover are mint.
Never Let Me Down, issued in 87 on blue vinyl, Australian release.
1977 release, Heroes - German pressing (recorded in Berlin)
First in the Berlin trilogy, Low (1977). This is a mint first pressing with the original blank orange back cover (free of song titles added to later pressings)
Also to be found in the fabulous Cloud 8 Bowie collection are US first edition orange label RCA, clear vinyl RYKODISC, color vinyl limited pressings, promo copies, various imports from across the globe, vintage Bowie magazine covers, album ads, 45s. and even 8 Track tapes!
It’s the perfect season to buy all your creepy favorites up here at Dolly. Our dealers are stocking up with all kinds of great costume accessories and decorations. This hand painted, early Masonic, ceremonial paper mâché skull can easily be justified by the Holidays but will make a great display all year long.
Used and unused checks from Girard Trust and Republic National Bank, a receipt from the once great jewelry giant Linz Bros as well as a receipt from the iconic, Dallas based Neiman Marcus (when they were still quite a young company).
All are records of money collected and money spent. Not much has changed aside from our penmanship.
These bad boys were wanted for murder back in the 1930′s and 1940′s. Littered with descriptions like ‘Occupation, a peddler, or a violin player in a band.’ or ‘natty dresser’ or ‘This man is alleged to be a narcotic addict and will associate with bootleggers, dope addicts and underworld characters.’ love. $60 each.