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Sold for:
$100

A black and white image of Les Paul with wife Mary Ford, signed in blue paint pen "Les Paul." 14 by 11 Read more…


Auctioneer:
Juliens Auctions

Date:
2013-05-18


Sold for:
$563

A group of six honors including a key to the city of Buffalo, key to the city of Harrisburg mounted to plaque and presented to Read more…


Auctioneer:
Juliens Auctions

Date:
2012-06-08


Sold for:
$512

A group of four Christmas cards two from Paul addressed to Mary signed, "I Love you more than ever Les," "The greatest love Daddy Paul" Read more…


Auctioneer:
Juliens Auctions

Date:
2012-06-08


Sold for:
$1,152

A group of three recording industry honors including a certificate from the Academy of Musical Arts and Sciences presented to Les Paul & Mary Ford Read more…


Auctioneer:
Juliens Auctions

Date:
2012-06-08


Sold for:
$512

A group of over twenty black and white Capitol Records publicity flyers, two promotional cards for their Columbia records album "Bouquet of Roses" and a Read more…


Auctioneer:
Juliens Auctions

Date:
2012-06-08


Sold for:
$563

A group of five birthday cards given to Mary Ford addressed to "My Baby," "the greatest Gal," "the most wonderful girl in the world" and Read more…


Auctioneer:
Juliens Auctions

Date:
2012-06-08


Sold for:
$1,000

An original composite photograph taken in 1962 during a performance at Holiday House in Milwaukee, Wisconsin taken by Milwaukee Journal photographer Kenneth Futterlieb. The photograph Read more…


Auctioneer:
Juliens Auctions

Date:
2012-06-08


Sold for:
$22,500

A custom switching device created by Paul in 1956 to remotely control tape machines hidden off-stage enabling Paul to play along with a selection of Read more…


Auctioneer:
Juliens Auctions

Date:
2012-06-08


Sold for:
$8,750

A custom switching device created by Paul in 1956 to remotely control tape machines hidden off-stage enabling Paul to play along with a selection of Read more…


Auctioneer:
Juliens Auctions

Date:
2012-06-08


Sold for:
$2,880

The army boots Les Paul was wearing in the summer of 1945 when he met Mary Ford who then had them "bronzed" by painting them. Read more…


Auctioneer:
Juliens Auctions

Date:
2012-06-08