Inspired by the other thread - Here's the place to share a picture of your Queen collection.
Here's your starter - 2 pictures I had to hand on my pooter for some reason (one from about 5 years ago and one more recently for an ebay listing) but will add to it as I can be bothered to go into the attic.
Keen to see what people have!
Geez MULTI FORMATS!
THESE are the folks keeping the business alive.
Eeeeyyysh. I stopped buying products at RAINBOW it even took a lot to bring me back for that one (had it on transferred NTSC With PAL original via EBAY)
I'll stop adding commentary and just let the collections speak for themselves
I must say it makes me jealous because I got rid of so much stuff due to house moves etc. Once it was all ripped to hard drive (booklets scanned in of course) it was all up for consideration to take to charity. I'm rather cheered on by the fact the stuff I do have all boxed up / on shelves etc just doesn't get looked at. Except occasionally the Rainbow box - I'm still deciding if I should open the bag with the badges and newspapers.
Managed to find some items out this afternoon - will attempt to post a couple of photo’s. I’ve not seen this item for a while - I won it in a raffle with a bag of mech at the fan club Christmas party in 1988.
From the same event - the mech included some Queen paper - I managed to get this signed by the Cross, including Mike Moran as Spike was elsewhere. Jim Beach also signed - still not sure why I asked him.....he was mystified as well as I remember!
27 years in the making this one....
I was fortunate enough to to attend the Cross Christmas Cracker in Dec 1992 at the Marquee.
Having blagged my way into the post show party Roger, Spike and Tim Staffell signed my ticket - Smile played a few numbers in the night in question.
Brian didn’t show for the party on the night....
Today I attended Brian’s Diableries exhibition in London - he was very generous with his time and signed the ticket. I am chuffed