On Sunday night, in a field in England, something very special happened.
200,000 people witnessed a moment of music history.
The very last U.K performance of a legend.
His headline set at the Glastonbury Festival was incredible.
A celebration of a 54-year career, where everyone – from 8 to 80 – sang their hearts out to every classic song.
I watched from the comfort of my living room, and I was blown away by his performance. (More than 7 million people were watching along with me!)
Then as he brought the house down with Rocket Man...
I thought of an item I have carefully tucked away in my safe...
And I thought to myself: “Wow. I'm glad I own that.”
An all-time great
One review of the Glastonbury show stated:
“It’s rock history in the making, but it also doesn’t feel like the end: straddling eras and with pop standards to bear, Elton John feels eternal.”
Another said simply: “It was a set for the ages from a true all-time great. We’ll never see his kind again.”
If you collect music memorabilia, that's exactly what you want to hear.
Because the artists who grow in value over the years all have one major thing in common: A musical legacy that stands the test of time.
And Elton John certainly has that. Just look at the stats:
- Over 300 million records sold
- The biggest-selling single of all-time
- The most successful solo artist in US Billboard chart history
- The only solo artist in history to have top 10 records across six decades
And then think of the songs.
Rocket Man. Candle in the Wind. Tiny Dancer. Your Song. Pinball Wizard.
(And my own personal favourite, Bennie and the Jets.)
It's one of music's greatest back catalogues.
And that's before we even get to the outfits...
From the sublime to the ridiculous
"I sat at a piano. I’m not Mick Jagger. I’m not David Bowie. I don’t move around the stage. I’ve got to attract attention somehow!"
Elton John is known as the ultimate showman.
And a large part of that comes from his truly remarkable stage costumes.
From Donald Duck to Mozart, a sparkling L.A Dodgers uniform or the endless array of sequins, feathers and wigs...
His costumes have become as iconic as his songs.
And they're already considered museum pieces. They've been exhibited at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the V&A, and the Hard Rock Cafe in L.A.
I can only think of one other star whose outfits are so famous:
In today's market, his stage-worn suits sell for more than $1 million.
But what if I told you that today...
You can buy one of Elton John's rare stage-worn jumpsuits...
For less than £4,000.
That's an opportunity you can get excited about.
Because that's the item sitting in my safe right now.
Worn on stage by Elton John
This is the outfit.
Worn on-stage by Elton John during his 1982-83 'Jump Up' world tour.
A tour that featured 124 shows across Australia, North America, Africa, and Europe, ending with 16 shows at the Hammersmith Odeon in London.
It's a custom metallic green, flying style jumpsuit with red fleece interior.
And it has 'Everest' printed down one arm and '29028 feet' – the height of the famous mountain - printed down one leg.
John performed to hundreds of thousands of fans on that tour.
He played classics including Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, The Bitch Is Back, Pinball Wizard, Crocodile Rock, and Empty Garden - a tribute to his close friend John Lennon.
The 40-year-old costume shows minor signs of wear - unsurprising for Elton John's energetic performances - but remains in superb condition.
It's a genuine piece of music history from an all-time great.
And now is the perfect time for you to buy it.
Don't miss this moment
When an artist takes a bow at the end of their career, this always happens.
Their place in music history is confirmed.
We look back at their songs, their shows and their famous moments.
That nostalgia acts like jet fuel to collectors.
And prices really begin to take off.
Elton John is rapidly approaching this moment. And it's clear that some collectors have been anticipating it for years.
Just look at some of the recent major auction sales:
- In 2021 a pair of his 1974 stage-worn glasses sold for $35,200
- In 2018 his 1974 Madison Square Garden jumpsuit sold for $44,800
- In 2019 the handwritten lyrics to his hit 'Your Song' sold for $235,000
- And in 2021 his stage-used Steinway piano sold for $915,000
There are only a handful of artists whose memorabilia can match those prices.
The Beatles, Elvis, Bob Dylan, Prince, and Kurt Cobain.
You've seen how their value has soared in recent years, as the music memorabilia market goes from strength to strength.
But whereas today their items are priced beyond the means of many...
For now, Elton John pieces are still accessible to collectors at every level.
That's what buying this stage-worn costume can give you.
The pleasure of owning a piece from one of music's most popular artists...
And entry into a market with huge potential for the future.
The clock is ticking...
In this business you always hear about the collectors who got in early.
Those lucky few who bought when the time was just right.
The ones who boast "You'll never believe what I paid for it!"
Well today you can become one of them.
Elton John's final live show takes place on July 7.
Just 10 days from now.
And that's it. No more touring.
Although he plans to continue recording, his retirement from the music business is surely on the horizon. And getting ever closer.
That's when the value of his memorabilia will really start to grow.
It's already happening. But the prices are still affordable - for now at least.
You still have the opportunity to acquire this superb Elton John costume for your collection ahead of that moment.
You can purchase it now, then sit back and happily watch the demand grow over the coming years.
Because Elton John's stage-worn outfits are legendary.
They so rarely appear on the market.
And in the years to come they'll be considered museum pieces.
But you can purchase this one right now...
For just £3,950 ($5,000).
And don't forget:
This costume is covered with our Lifetime Moneyback Guarantee.
It comes supplied with a full Certificate of Authenticity, backed up by my 45 years in the industry.
And international delivery is free and fully insured.
So you buy it today and enjoy it for years to come, with complete confidence for the future.
To secure this superb piece for your collection contact me now.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or call me on +44 (0) 117 933 9500.Thanks for reading.
Until next time,