Ex-LED ZEPPELIN Guitarist To Raise Charity Funds

To help raise badly-needed funds for the Bury Hospice in the UK, former LED ZEPPELIN guitarist Jimmy Page has donated a rare three-CD LED ZEPPELIN promo set from his own personal home collection. This limited-edition, numbered mini box-set is being offered to the public for the first time ever. Best of all, it was owned and autographed by Jimmy.

Only one autographed copy is available for bidding: #376 of the 2,500 limited edition pressing. These promo sets were not available to the public and the few that have made it to collector's circles have sold for hundreds of dollars. Also included in the winning auction is a copy of the book "Led Zeppelin: The Montreux Concerts" (not autographed). Auction closes January 9, 2003. Top bidder will be contacted by email and must fulfill their bid payment within 10 days of auction close.

For inquiries, e-mail: [email protected] To place a bid, click here.


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