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Peter Hook to auction huge haul of New Order memorabilia

Jun 28, 2021

Peter Hook to auction off huge collection of New Order and Joy Division memorabilia The private collection includes guitars, vinyl and personal items from Hooky's years as bassist with New Order Sign up to the MySalford newsletter and don't miss a thing happening in and around the city Invalid EmailSomething went wrong, please try again later. Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Your information will be used in accordance with our Privacy Notice. Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Manchester music legend Peter Hook is to auction off a huge collection of his personal New Order artefacts and memorabilia. The extensive collection includes awards, musical instruments and artefacts from his decades with the band . They will go on public display before an auction in October. It follows a previous exhibition and auction in March 2019., which featured Hooky's Joy Division and Factory Records items. It includes awards, instruments, studio equipment, releases across all formats, and more. A large number of the items are Peter Hook's own guitars The Peter Hook Signature Collection which will be auctioned in October (Image: Peter Hook/Omega Auctions) Also featuring items related to Factory Records and Joy Division, the collection predominantly refers to Hooky’s output with New Order and features many items with historic relevance to the iconic Manchester bands . It includes The Factory “Blue Monday Anvil”, presented to the band by Factory Records boss and Manchester legend Tony Wilson. Hooky’s 2005 NME and 2006 Ivor Novello awards are also up for auction - as is Hooky’s six string Shergold Marathon bass guitar and original Yamaha BB1200S. The instruments were used across most of New Order’s back catalogue - as was the Prophet 5 Synthesiser and Sequencer, as used in the recording of Blue Monday. An array of New Order awards are among the items going up for auction (Image: Peter Hook/Omega Auctions) Elsewhere, there are original flight cases, framed gig posters and artwork, limited edition fashion and clothing up for sale, as well as tour itineraries and books. Guide prices range in price from £100 up to £5,000 for the rarer musical items. Much of the exhibition features Hooky’s collection of New Order’s releases, original records, test pressing, CDs and cassettes which track the catalogue of the group’s entire career - from its founding in 1980 following the tragic death of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis. The exhibition will be the first time these items have been brought together for fans to view. The full exhibition will take place from October 4 to October 8, at Omega Auctions HQ in Newton-Le-Willows. Some of the musical instruments and equipment that have a special place in New Order's history will go up for auction (Image: Peter Hook/Omega Auctions) The auction then begins on October 8 from 11am. Donations from the auction will be supporting The Christie charity and Epilepsy Society. Previewing the New Order Signature Collection, exhibition and auction, Hooky said: "I always knew that this collection would be the most difficult. "The highs in my forty one years of New Order’s existence have been incredible alongside the lows. Highs and lows of New Order for bassist Hooky as he prepares to auction memorabilia (Image: Craige Barker) "Seeing these wonderful items and remembering the fantastic achievements and wonderful adventures we had all around the world did bring a smile to my face and tear to my eye. “I really hope that those interested in the history appreciate and enjoy the collection.” Other miscellaneous items include a letter from U2 from when both appeared at Glastonbury, a Brasil football shirt worn and signed at the Buenos Aires 2006 gig, and host of band related clothing items including “Power, Corruption And Lies” and “Technique” Dr Martens boots. Read More Related Articles

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