Holiday 2020 Autographs & Memorabilia Auction - Closes Thursday, Dec. 3rd
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“Everything Counts/Nothing/Sacred/A Question Of Lust” 12” UK EP record album signed on the cover in-person in blue felt tip marker by four members of Depeche Mode: Alan Wilder, Dave Gahan, Martin Gore, and Andre Fletcher. Obtained in-person and in fine condition, with some signature contrast against dark background. Record is included. Accompanied by a full letter of authenticity from JSA.

Iconic Auctions is proud to present this autographed item from the prestigious John Brennan Collection. With over 40 years of experience collecting in-person autographs in New York and Los Angeles, Brennan has amassed one of the finest collections of contemporary autographs in the world. Iconic Auctions is honored to work with Mr. Brennan and will be featuring select pieces from his amazing collection regularly in our auctions.

Depeche Mode Group Signed “Everything Counts/Nothing/Sacred/A Question Of Lust” 12” UK EP Record Album (4 Sigs) (John Brennan Collection) (JSA)Depeche Mode Group Signed “Everything Counts/Nothing/Sacred/A Question Of Lust” 12” UK EP Record Album (4 Sigs) (John Brennan Collection) (JSA)Depeche Mode Group Signed “Everything Counts/Nothing/Sacred/A Question Of Lust” 12” UK EP Record Album (4 Sigs) (John Brennan Collection) (JSA)Depeche Mode Group Signed “Everything Counts/Nothing/Sacred/A Question Of Lust” 12” UK EP Record Album (4 Sigs) (John Brennan Collection) (JSA)
Depeche Mode Group Signed “Everything Counts/Nothing/Sacred/A Question Of Lust” 12” UK EP Record Album (4 Sigs) (John Brennan Collection) (JSA)
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Auction closed on Thursday, December 3, 2020.
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