Legendary Joy Division bassist, Peter Hook is to hold an exhibition and auction of his wide ranging and historic collection of Joy Division and Factory Records memorabilia which as one of the most avid collectors he has put together over his four decades in music.
The “Peter Hook Signature Collection” features many rare items from Hooky’s first band Joy Division as well from Factory Records including equipment, instruments, Hooky’s own guitar, rare vinyl, unique artwork and original posters from the era.
The collection marks the first time these have been brought together for fans to view and is made up of many items, unseen since the ends of both Joy Division and Factory.
The collection also includes artefacts including correspondence and limited edition clothing, much of Hooky’s personal memorabilia including his Free Trade Hall Sex Pistols ticket and, even the infamous original Factory Records table number amongst its near three hundred exhibits and lots.
The event was previewed with a select number of pieces at Record Planet 50th Anniversary Fair in Utrecht, Holland from Friday 16th November to Sunday 18th November with Hooky attending the event on Saturday 17th November from 11am in a Q&A with respected Dutch music journalist, Jan Vollaard.
The full exhibition will take place at the end of February 2019 with all exhibits and lots at Omega Auctions HQ in Newton-Le-Willows across the last week of the month before the auction on Saturday 2nd March at 1pm.
All items and exhibits have been collated into a catalogue as a record of the whole exhibition with high spec images and personal comments on all entries. Catalogues ordered before 18th November have now been shipped. Orders placed on or after the 18th November will be shipped on 27th November as we are awaiting another batch to be signed by Peter. Catalogues are priced at £12 unsigned or £17 hand signed by Hooky.
UK shipping is included in the price. Shipping to European countries is £4 for the first catalogue and £1 for each additional catalogue. Shipping to countries outside of Europe is £6 for the first catalogue and £2 for each additional catalogue.
The online catalogue of all exhibits and lots will be available on Omega’s website for pre-bidding from Wednesday 25th January 2019.
More details are here.