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8" x 10" photograph of Eric Clapton backstage with some of his guitars (including Blackie), nicely autographed in silver paint pen by Eric Clapton.
This is a nice older version of Clapton's autograph (both first and lasts name... for many years he has only signed "Eric"). He rarely signs anymore and is becoming a difficult autograph to obtain in any form.
Sold with Certificates of Authenticity from both The Autograph Source (Lifetime Guarantee) and independent third-party authenticator PSA/DNA.
You can also see "The Duck Bros." stenciled on the road case behind Clapton.
If you aren't familiar with that story, here it is:
When Albert Lee joined Eric’s band in 1979 he had a duck call (for hunting) and of course Eric was enchanted with it. Albert thought during rehearsals one of the crew went to a hunting shop and came back with a couple of duck calls and some shoulder holsters. So Eric and Albert became the “Fabulous Duck Brothers!” The next thing they had T shirts made up with “Fabulous Duck Brothers” on them, and then Sterling Ball from Ernie Ball made up some picks with “Fabulous Duck Brothers” on them as well. Eric was “Peking” and Albert was “Bombay”…! It went on from there, and every once in a while they would pull out these duck calls and drive everybody mad with them! Alberts guess it was a few months later when Eric and Albert showed up for another tour and lo and behold all the flight cases had the “Duck Bros” logo on them.
A few years later Eric had “Duck Records” which also had a duck as its logo and it was an extension of all that.
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