This week we offer 4 different concert posters that were created in the earliest days of the San Francisco Scene. The Fillmore and Avalon Ballroom series have always been -- and always will be--the most popular and sought after posters of the era and these 4 incredible examples are Original First Printings that have all been independently authenticated and graded 9.2 by CGC.
In addition, we are also offering an iconic and super popular Doors poster from 1968 that features the haunting imagery of Jim Morrison. This example, too, has been authenticated and graded by CGC as 9.2.
If you are new to third party grading, we can assure you that any poster graded 9.2 by the strict and ultra conservative CGC grading standards is sure to exceed your wildest expectations! (That’s the feedback we’re receiving directly from our clientele).
What can you expect? As our high quality photos show, you will receive a poster that has somehow miraculously survived 50 years in undamaged condition. The poster will be totally original and devoid of any damage or restoration whatsoever. Posters in this state of preservation represent a very tiny, single digit, percentage of the original issuance and are the cream of the crop available in today’s marketplace.
Your poster will arrive in a sealed holder made of archival material that is suitable for long term storage. For those that wish to frame and display your posters, the posters may be framed or matted in the holder, or the poster can be easily removed. Either way, a CGC poster graded 9.0 or better assures that you acquiring a museum quality example that is sure to be even more highly sought after and appreciated with each passing year.
As always, we encourage you to visit our Gallery where all of our posters are available for in person inspection. If you can’t make it here, please do not hesitate to contact us with any question you may have. We’re here to assist and educate you, so your collection can bring you happiness, enjoyment, and success!
PLEASE NOTE: This auction ends Thursday, September 22nd at 9:00 EDT.