Tupac Shakur Handwritten & Signed Letter to Madonna from Prison

On Tuesday June 4, 2019, the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court, in a unanimous 5-0 decision, ruled in favor of and against Madonna over the auction of her personal items including a breakup letter from rap legend Tupac Shakur. “We won at the trial court, and now a unanimous appeals court in Manhattan has sided for us said owners of Jeffrey Haas, attorney for, added, “My co-counsel Hartley Bernstein and I were fully prepared in the event Madonna appealed the soundly decided lower court decision, and it was gratifying to see that justice continued to be blind to Madonna’s celebrity and money and the alchemy of her high profile legal counsel.” Added co-counsel Hartley Bernstein, “Celebrity does not trump the facts. Here, those facts were plain as day. Ms. Lutz, the consignor, owns the items and is free to sell them on her behalf.”

Taylor Swift Handwritten & Signed Chai Sugar Cookie Recipe

Shirley Temple Signed & Inscribed Vintage 11 x 14 Photograph

Tiger Woods Limited Edition King Cobra “Signature Model” Driver Golf Club Display

Featured Items

Elvis Presley 1972 Las Vegas Hilton Summer Festival Stage Worn IC Costume

Elvis Presley "Speedway" Film Used Fender Coronado II Guitar

Paul McCartney Original Handwritten "Hey Jude" Lyrics

Kurt Cobain Handwritten Baby Name List with Francis Bean's Original Ultrasound Picture

Jim Morrison Signed Original "An American Prayer" Book Owned by The Doors Ray Manzarek

Featured Collections

The Lady Gaga Costume Collection Part II

Lady Gaga "Haus of Gaga" Photo Shoot Worn Custom Dust Rose Lurex Gown

Lady Gaga Sukkiri Japanese TV Show Worn Custom Black Dress

Lady Gaga Event Worn Shinsuke Mitsuoka Custom Sheer Outfit

Lady Gaga Worn Custom Graffiti Romper

The Spice Girls Costume Collection

Spice Girls 1998 “Spiceworld Tour” Istanbul Stage Worn Costumes

Spice Girls Mel B "Pepsi" Ad Campaign Worn Two-Piece Outfit

The Eddie Hammer Elvis Presley Collection is excited to present the Eddie Hammer Elvis Presley Collection. A collection of over 100,000 items including incredibly rare LP’s, acetates, posters, personal items, merchandise, toys, figurines, magazines, CD's, videos, box sets, promotional items - everything imaginable and items you never imagined existed. Eddie heard the song “That's Alright Mama" on the radio in 1954 and he said "that song really got me hooked”. It was the beginning of a 60 year quest to acquire whatever Elvis collectibles he could find. Well he did a pretty good job finding well over 100,000 items! Eddie was considered an expert when it came to Vinyl and CD’s, he was a writer for the Goldmine Magazine and Discoveries. In the collection are over 15,000 different LP’S, 12,000 45’s and 15,000 CD’s. Eddie was also a guest speaker at many Elvis conventions with fans giving him the title of having “The Biggest Elvis Collection in the World”. There are so many items Elvis fans never knew existed that we will be offering. Because of the sheer quantity of items we will be featuring the collection as part of our auctions in the foreseeable future.

Elvis Presley Rare 1969 Las Vegas International Hotel Concert Lobby Card


  • John Lennon’s “Sgt. Pepper’s” Personally Owned and Used Piano from His Kenwood and Tittenhurst Park Homes on Which He Composed "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds", "A Day In The Life" and More”
    SOLD: $690,000.00

  • Elvis Presley 1974 Stage-Worn "Peacock" Jumpsuit
    SOLD: $300,000.00

  • Princess Diana Worn Red Lace Cocktail Dress Ex The Christies Auction, Diana Princess of Wales
    SOLD: $205,429.20

  • John Lennon Owned and Worn Iconic "Two Virgins" Talisman Necklace
    SOLD: $528,000.00

Featured Artist of the Month

Elton John

Elton John Original 1974 "Goodbye Yellow Brick Tour" Custom Nudie's Gold Lamé Stage Jumpsuit

Elton John Original Bob Mackie Custom "Jockey" Stage Costume

John Lennon Twice-Signed and Inscribed Hand-Made Collage Birthday Gift Given to Elton John

Stevie Wonder Original Vintage Photograph

Bob Dylan Handwritten Working Lyrics for “The Times They Are A-Changin’”