Peter Hook is Auctioning a Huge Collection of New Order Artefacts For Charity

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Peter Hook is Auctioning a Huge Collection of New Order Artefacts For Charity

Posted 30 Jun 2021
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New Order. Photo by Jim Dyson/Getty Images.

This October, New Order bassist Peter Hook is set to sell over 400 prized items at Omega Auctions. The auction is billed as The Peter Hook Signature Collection – New Order and proceeds will be donated to a number of charities including Epilepsy Society and The Christie charity.  

The mammoth collection draws together hundreds of items from Hook’s time playing with New Order. Among the items up for sale, you’ll find pieces of New Wave history, like framed promotional posters and platinum records, super rare vinyl pieces, test pressings, tapes, CDs, artwork and more. 

Hook is also auctioning a number of his own instruments, like the Overwater Bass Guitar originally owned by The Who’s John Entwhistle and the Prophet 5 Synthesiser And Sequencer used in the recording of the global smash “Blue Monday”.

New Order | “Blue Monday”

As NME notes, along with his prized instruments and memorabilia, Hook is auctioning off a number of his music accolades, including the Blue Monday Anvil, presented to the by Factory Records in commemoration of 500,000 record sales.

The Peter Hook Signature Collection – New Order goes under the hammer October 8th. Check out all the items on offer at Omega Auctions, here. 

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