Ronnie Wood's collection to see strong bids from Rolling Stones fans

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2015-06-26 12:59:54

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Ronnie Wood's collection to see strong bids from Rolling Stones fans

The collection of Ronnie and Jo Wood will be sold in a dedicated auction on October 27

The collection of Ronnie and Jo Wood will be sold in a dedicated auction on October 27 in Beverly Hills.

Ronnie and Jo Wood auctionThe cardboard cut out was given as a Christmas gift from Keith Richards

The collection will be highlighted by a range of artworks and Rolling Stones memorabilia from the guitarist and his ex-wife's home. Leading the sale is a bronze statue of a jockey on a horse by Dame Elizabeth Frink, which is expected to bring $65,000-85,000.

Following this is a Ronnie Wood played 1955 Fender Stratocaster in the classic sunburst finish. One of the earliest models of the world's most famous electric guitar, it will sell with a $50,000-60,000 estimate.

More guitars will feature in the form of two Stratocasters that have been custom painted by Wood himself. One of the pair shows a Rolling Stones recording session and is estimated at $6,000-8,000.

The Rolling Stones memorabilia section will star a poster from the Rolling Stones' gig with Pearl Jam in 1997, that has been signed twice by Mick Jagger and is estimated at $400-600. Also featuring is a cardboard cut-out of a custom guitar that Keith Richards commissioned for Wood, which is inscribed "To Ronnie from Keith" and valued at $200-300.

Elsewhere a collection of original artworks from Ronnie Wood himself, who is a well established visual artist and painter, will sell at $800-1,200 each. The collection features portraits of Bob Dylan, Keith Richards and Eric Clapton among others.

See the results of this sale here.

Paul Fraser Collectibles is currently offering a signed sketch from Ronnie Wood. We also have a fantastic selection of Rolling Stones memorabilia, including a guitar that has been signed by all members of the band.

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