Depeche Mode and Hublot launch the auction of the most exclusive collector’s pieces in the history of Rock and Roll with all proceeds donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Bidding begins February 8th and terminates February 24th
Twelve unique timepieces bearing the album artwork of Depeche Mode’s legendary studio albums will be sold via an online auction with all proceeds from the sale going to the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Now online, the auction site can be accessed directly from:
On February 17th Depeche Mode will open the 10th season of concerts organised by the charity Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) at the Royal Albert Hall in London with The Horrors announced as their special guests.
On this occasion, and in support of this cause, Depeche Mode and Hublot have joined forces to produce twelve exclusive boxed sets. Inside these exquisitely designed presentation boxes, fans of Depeche Mode will find a treasure chest of exclusive materials chosen by the band.
Each box contains:
- A deluxe vinyl version of the album
- A USB Key containing a digital edition of the album and documentary about the making of the album
- An original album artwork print and a framed gold CD.
- In addition each box will boast a photograph signed by all members of the group who contributed to the album including Vince Clarke and Alan Wilder.
Together, Geneva based auction house Patrizzi & Co and Liveauctioneers.com have graciously donated both their time and energy to this noble cause, in providing the most secure state of the art, online auction system coupled with an unparalleled global auction service and expertise.
All proceeds from this unique auction, which closes on February 24th will be donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust on February 26th at the penultimate concert of Depeche Mode’s ‘Sounds of The Universe Tour’ in Dusseldorf.
For more information about the Teenage Cancer Trust, visit their official website www.teenagecancertrust.org