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It’s Rock €˜n Roll at Charterhouse Auction

    Charterhouse have been instructed to sell an important collection of personal rock €˜n roll memorabilia relating to the Beatles, The Who, Paul McCartney and Wings in their two day auction of collectors’ items on Thursday 16th & Friday 17th December. “The collection, estimated at over £20,000, has been formed by Howie and Sheila Casey from the 1960’s onwards. ” Commented Richard Bromell. “Both Howie and Sheila have been professional musicians for more years than they care to remember, and have decided that now is the right time to pass the collection over to a new generation of enthusiasts. “Howie Casey started his music career in the 1950’s and formed his first band, Howie Casey and the Seniors in Liverpool in 1960 which featured Freddie Star on vocals. Howie then went on to play with Cliff Richard, Chuck Berry, The Who, Mott the Hoople, Wings and ABC. Sheila and her sister Jeanette, formed The McKinley Sisters in the early 1960’s and toured with The Beatles in 1964 which is when she was given a full set of Beatles autographs worth thousands of pounds today.Included in the sale are personal items including photographs of Howie and Paul McCartney, a postcard from the McCartney’s, play lists for Wings, promotional records, back stage passes, clothing and other items,Viewing for this two day sale at The long Street Salerooms, Sherborne DT9 3BS is on Wednesday 15th 10am-4pm and Thursday 16th 9am €“ 7pm. Catalogues are available from Charterhouse 01935 812277 or you can see the catalogue on line atwww.charterhouse-auction.comFor further information regarding this sale please contact Richard Bromell, Director at Charterhouse, The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne, DorsetDT9 3BS 01935 812277 or via email enquiry@charterhouse-auction.comPaul and Howie photograph, from a group £500-800Howie’s Platinum disc for Wings selling 1,000,000 albums £200-300 Quick Links Forthcoming Sale Previous Sale Sale Catalogues Contact How to find us Tel: (01935) 812277For further information regarding this article, please contact Richard Bromell, Director