1. Cigarette Butts
Apparently, the artist has been storing up rubbish for a while. He claims to have cigarette butts from such famous friends as Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie, ex-girlfriend Kate Moss, and the late Amy Winehouse. These stubs are valued at £100 each.
2. Used Wrapping Paper
The store is selling crumpled Christmas wrapping paper that once concealed a present given to a member of Black Sabbath. The gift-giver was former Coventry City goalkeeper, Steve Ogrizovic. The fairly reasonable asking price is £200.
3. Old Tour Posters
Much of the inventory consists of band paraphernalia, including tour posters. Perhaps this Libertines one is among the collection.
4. Old Tin Packaging
Many of the tins seem to be antique tobacco containers from the 1940s. The tins all seem to be £200.
He has a Lloyds’ ‘Skipper’ Brand British Navy Cut tobacco tin for sale.
He also has an Ogden’s Walnut Plug Sliced tobacco tin.
However, his 1940s mustard tin is the most valuable. Don’t ask him to part with it. It’s priceless.
He has at least one of these religious symbols in his collection.
9. Used Vinyl
The shop hosts a wide selection of eclectic titles.
10. Old Magazine Clippings
Most of his clippings are from the music press and relate specifically to one of his projects.
11. Babyshambles T-shirts
More band memorabilia, including many wearable items.
12. The Ultimate Beginner Series’ Acoustic Guitar Basics
Snatch up this book so you can learn to play guitar the Pete Doherty way.
13. Messages In A Bottle
These are like a psychoactive grab bag. Each bottle contains unique stories and poems that will take a James Joyce scholar to decipher. These are a steal at £100 each.
14. Old Apothecary Bottles
It hardly seems surprising that he would enjoy collecting pharmaceutical collectibles.
The subjects of which is sure to be fascinating.
16. Cat Shelf Sitters
This addition seems out of place, but maybe it was a lousy birthday present he couldn’t bear to part with until now.
17. A Treasure Chest That No Longer Contains Treasure
One can only guess what Pete’s empty treasure chest once held. But it must have been good.
18. Communist Flags
His collection of Communist flags are priceless and not for sale. That’s why he stores them in the back of the shop.
19. A Life-size Cardboard Cut-out of Pete
He no longer needs his paper doppelganger. For £500, you can have Pete all to yourself forever. Now, that’s a small price to pay.
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