I had - emphasis on "Had"
No the story first...
As a young person, we'd moved from Mid-Wales to Weymouth on the south coast of England.
From a sleepy town in the middle of Wales were we suddenly in a "holiday town" with commercial entertainment.
Central to that was The Weymouth Pavilion theatre, large enough to be part of the "circuit" for touring bands, groups and stage shows.
So it was that The Scaffold - Mike McGear (Micheal McCartney) Roger McGough and John Gorman came to town.
I went along with my parents and had a very enjoyable evening, The songs were lively and funny - with, of course, their hits Thank U Very Much and Lily The Pink riding high in the charts with regular Top Of The Pops appearances.
John Gorman stood out as the funny one, with Mike being the main straight man "foil" for his humour. Roger McGough had a couple of solo spots where he simply spoke his poetry and all three came together for the singing spots and a few group sketches.
It wasn't a sell out but well attended, and what stood out for me was that immedately after the show they announced they were in no hurry to leave and we were welcome to come up on-stage for autographs etc.
I did and collected all three signatures on the programme - a screen printed document - no glosssy pamphlet in those days.
I kept it for many years and last saw it when packing for a house move in the mid eighties.
Of course, the memory of having it and it's pertinence to my current interests makes it's loss quite galling. Still I have the memory, and more importantly now have the internet to back up memory with recordings and film clips.
I don't autograph hunt on purpose and wouldn't queue, except maybe for one special person, so this was a rare personal item.