High Demand for an Authentic Bob Dylan Autograph or Bob Dylan Handwritten Lyrics
FREE APPRAISAL OR BUY ONE TODAY DIRECT FROM BOB DYLAN. To auction, buy, consign or sell a Bob Dylan autograph or Bob Dylan handwritten lyrics as we just sold one for $24,000, please contact Nate@NateDSanders.com or call (310) 440-2982. Also, please see below:
Bob Dylan Autograph
Here is a “Blonde on Blonde” signed album for sale right now that I obtained directly from his manager for $6,250 (either buy via this link, email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call 310.440.2982):
I guaranty it to pass Roger Epperson authentication.
A Bob Dylan autograph is rare because he just doesn’t sign much, has signed even less than that in recent years, and the demand for a Bob Dylan autograph is at all-time high. Bob Dylan handwritten lyrics can sell for tens of thousands of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars for his most famous works. Here is a Bob Dylan autograph item which is available in our 2018 auction at Nate D. Sanders:
Bob Dylan Signed, Handwritten Lyrics to “Like a Rolling Stone” — The Quintessential Rock Song — For Sale at $100,000
One of the most covered and influential songs of all time, “Like a Rolling Stone” lyrics are here handwritten and signed by their creator, Bob Dylan. With this song, Dylan reinvigorated his passion for his own work and fully embraced rock music (“play it fucking loud” he told his band) as a complement to folk. Clocking in at 6 1/2 minutes long, the song was initially thought too long to be commercially successful, until listeners in the mid-60s harassed radio stations to play it in its entirety. “Like a Rolling Stone” has been covered by Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones and countless others, and inspired even more. Bruce Springsteen first heard it when he was 15 years old: “on came that snare shot that sounded like somebody’d kicked open the door to your mind…The way that Elvis freed your body, Dylan freed your mind, and showed us that because the music was physical did not mean it was anti-intellect. He had the vision and talent to make a pop song so that it contained the whole world. He invented a new way a pop singer could sound, broke through the limitations of what a recording could achieve, and he changed the face of rock’n’roll for ever and ever.”
Perhaps the greatest parlor game in music is trying to figure out who Dylan is referring to in the song — even Andy Warhol has been fingered — but ultimately, rock historians believe it speaks to anyone, even Dylan himself, who eschews an easy, pretentious life for one that is riskier but ultimately more fulfilling, with “nothing to lose” and “no secrets to conceal”.
Handwritten lyrics and Bob Dylan autograph have been authenticated by Bob Dylan’s manager. Single page measures 8.5″ x 11″. In near fine condition.
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We sold a Bob Dylan autograph at auction in September, 2017; a signed “Blonde on Blonde” album for $6,250.
Bob Dylan Signed Double Album “Blonde on Blonde”
Bob Dylan signed album, “Blonde on Blonde”, one of rock’s first double albums released in 1966. Many consider it one of the greatest rock albums of all time, with the classic songs “”Just Like a Woman”, “Visions of Johanna”, “I Want You” and “Rainy Day Women #12 & 35”. Signed by Dylan on the famous blurred focus cover. Measures 12.25″ square. Bob Dylan autograph has been authenticated by Bob Dylan’s manager and album is from the stock of the manager and Bob Dylan. Near fine condition. Sold for $6,250.
Here is another one for sale right now for $6,250 (either buy via this link, email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call 310.440.2982):
One last Bob Dylan autograph I sold for $24,000 recently are these handwritten lyrics:
Bob Dylan Autograph Handwritten Lyrics
Bob Dylan signed, handwritten lyrics from November 1961, when Dylan was performing at clubs in New York, shortly after he signed with Columbia Records. Dylan pens a song about Wisconsin, where he lived in late 1960 before moving to New York, and also where he spent time as a teenager at summer camp. The lyrics were given by Dylan to Peter Crago, a musician with whom Dylan briefly lived in New York in 1961. Full uncorrected lyrics by Dylan read,
“Bob Dylan – 11/20/61 / N.Y.C
1. Wisconson is the dairy state
I guess you all know well
I was in Wow Wow Toaster there
The truth to you I’ll tell
It’s milk & cheese & cream
I’ve known ’em all my days
I’m going back to my hometown I’m leaving right aways
2. I’m a heading out Wisconson ways
2000 miles to go
Madison, Milwakee set’s my heart aglow
I’m a coming to that dairy state
My heart’s a beating fast
I’ll jerk my banjo gently there
And twiddle my mustache
3. There’s thoughts I left there long ago
One a coming now it seems
I’ll tune my banjo than the hills
And feast on milk and cream
And stamp my foot all thru the grass
And never know a care
My homes in Wow Wow Toaster
And I’m a going there”
The song continues on the verso:
“1. These people with you city ways
Are driving me insane to drink
My home’s in Wisconson it’s a better place I think
I’ve been in California
My home’s in Wisconson
And I”m gonna own the town”
Several words in the draft are crossed out and replaced, such as “dreams” being crossed out and replaced with “thoughts” in section 3. Paper measures approximately 8.5″ x 10.75″. Top portion torn off, horizontal fold and light toning, otherwise near fine. With a COA from Roger Epperson. Sold for $24,000.
Original, Signed Handwritten Lyrics by Bob Dylan From November 1961 — Draft Song About Wisconsin, Where Dylan Spent Summers as a Youth — With Roger Epperson COA / Click above for larger image.
To auction, buy, consign or sell a Bob Dylan autograph or Bob Dylan handwritten lyrics, please contact Nate@NateDSanders.com or call (310) 440-2982.