Three versions of the Brussels Affair Box Set can now be preordered, and are slated to be shipped on or about November 16.
The Collector's Edition, priced at $750, will include a three-LP vinyl version of the album; a book about The Stones 1973 trek signed by Mick Jagger, author Nick Kent and photographer Michael Putland; a replica '73 tour lithograph; a photo book boasting images snapped by shutterbug Claude Gassian; and a Stones watch featuring the band's famous tongue-and-lips logo.
A "Platinum" version of the set, listed at $1,250, will include everything featured in the Collector's Edition, plus a tour lithograph autographed by Jagger.
Lastly, an "Art" Edition of the set will sell for $1,500 and will include the same items as the Collector's package with an additional piece of memorabilia -- a silver gelatin print of a photo of Jagger and Keith Richards on stage that was taken by Putland and signed by the photographer.
The Brussels Affair features 15 performances culled from a pair of concerts that The Stones played in the Belgian city during a European tour in support of 1973's Goat's Head Soup album.