10 of the most valuable pieces of Amy Winehouse memorabilia

Amy Winehouse was a singer and songwriter known for her unique voice and soulful music.

Her tragic death in 2011 at the age of 27 was a shock to the music industry and her fans.

Since then, her memorabilia has become highly sought after, with many items selling for high prices at auction.

From her personal belongings to her music awards, here are 10 pieces of Amy Winehouse memorabilia that have sold at auction:

1. Amy Winehouse's Grammy Award

In 2013, Winehouse's Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album for "Back to Black" sold for $68,750 at auction. The award is a testament to her incredible talent as a musician and her impact on the music industry.

2. Amy Winehouse's Dresses

In 2011, two of Winehouse's dresses, including the one she wore on the cover of her album "Back to Black," sold for £81,000 (approximately $104,000) at auction. The dresses are iconic pieces of Winehouse's fashion and style.

3. Amy Winehouse's Handwritten Lyrics

In 2012, a notebook containing handwritten lyrics by Winehouse sold for £35,000 (approximately $45,000) at auction. The notebook includes lyrics to some of her most famous songs, including "Back to Black" and "Love is a Losing Game."

4. Amy Winehouse's Guitar

In 2016, Winehouse's acoustic guitar sold for £16,800 (approximately $22,000) at auction. The guitar was used by Winehouse during the early years of her career, and it is a rare piece of her personal history.

5. Amy Winehouse's Jewelry

In 2011, some of Winehouse's jewelry, including a gold and diamond bracelet, sold for £33,000 (approximately $42,000) at auction. The jewelry is a reflection of Winehouse's unique style and taste.

6. Amy Winehouse's Signed Guitar

In 2012, a guitar signed by Winehouse sold for £20,000 (approximately $25,000) at auction. The guitar is a unique piece of memorabilia that combines Winehouse's music and autograph.

7. Amy Winehouse's Personal Belongings

In 2012, a collection of Winehouse's personal belongings, including her passport, clothes, and handwritten notes, sold for £82,000 (approximately $105,000) at auction. The items provide a glimpse into Winehouse's personal life and interests.

8. Amy Winehouse's Record Collection

In 2018, Winehouse's record collection, which included albums by her favorite artists, such as Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra, sold for £6,800 (approximately $9,000) at auction. The collection is a reflection of Winehouse's musical influences and tastes.

9. Amy Winehouse's Autographs

In 2011, a collection of Winehouse's autographs sold for £1,500 (approximately $1,900) at auction. The autographs are a rare and unique addition to any Winehouse memorabilia collection.

10. Amy Winehouse's Handbag

In 2011, Winehouse's handbag, which she carried on the day of her last public appearance, sold for £25,000 (approximately $32,000) at auction. The handbag is a poignant reminder of Winehouse's final days and her impact on music and culture.

These 10 pieces of Amy Winehouse memorabilia are just a few examples of the valuable items associated with her life and career that have sold at auction.

With her enduring legacy and impact on the music scene she is increasingly popular with collectors.

About your Author:

Adrian Roose has over 30 years’ experience covering all aspects of the rare stamp & memorabilia industry during which he has sold over £50m of unique items, helping build collections for Royalty, household name celebrities and 1,000s of collectors around the world.

Adrian was previously a Director at Stanley Gibbons, a Board Member of Stampex, and Executive Director of Paul Fraser Collectibles, PFC Auctions and JustCollecting, prior to founding The Memorabilia Club.

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