Tony Glover's collection is being auctioned by RR Auction of Boston and there are a number of ABB items in there, including concert passes from 11 December 1970 and 12 March 1971; material from Duane's Anthology album and an Allman Joys acetate. Bidding starts 12 November and ends 19 November 2020.
The ABB lots can be found at https://www.rrauction.com/browse_preview.cfm?SearchCrit=allman
His record collection is quite impressive. Many albums and singles by many favorites of mine are listed. If I didn't already have so many of them in my own record collection, I'd probably place a bid on the lot.
The ABB interview and press kit - four audio cassette tape recordings of interviews - looks an interesting lot.
I wonder if the folks at the Big House are aware of the sale.
Interesting to see what the various items from the collection sold for. A good bit of the Bob Dylan material went for way more than the estimated high-end. Same for some Doors items. His record collection sold for 3k more than I thought it probably would.
Allman Brothers Concert Passes Sold Price: $1,708.75
Allman Brothers Band Interview & Press Kit Archive Sold Price: $1,557.50
Duane Allman 'Anthology' Archive Catalog Sold Price: $1,058.75
Allman Brothers 'Allman Joys/Early Allman' Acetate Sold Price: $350.00
Hope they went to a good home.
The Associated Press mentioned the Dylan items yesterday...
Looks like most of them were purchased by one anonymous buyer.