The May Mega Sale (Auction #117)
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This is the FIRST example of this early, historic 1964 cardboard poster we have ever offered! The British rock & soul band, The Animals, included legendary band members Eric Burdon and Chas Chandler. The latter being known in history as the man who discovered Jimi Hendrix. In the mid sixties, The Animals became popular with their #1 hit "House of the Rising Sun". Last year we auctioned an early Animals Cardboard poster from this era for a staggering high water mark of $2760. 

 

Poster – The Animals, Norfolk Auditorium

Grade – PAE Extra Fine 65

Bands/Bill – The Animals

Venue – Norfolk Auditorium

City – Norfolk, VA

Date – 9/23/64

Dimensions – 13 31/32" X 21 7/8"

Printing – OP-1, Original Pre-Concert First Printing

Paper Type – Cardboard

Condition Details – 100% Original with no restoration. Heavy creasing and minor paperloss, holes. View the detailed high res photo of this lot. Click on the thumbnail photo, to see an enlarged photo. Click a second time on the magnifying glass in the upper right corner of the enlarged photo. A super high res image with every millimeter will now be clearly displayed. For a personalized eyewitness examination call 410-464-6180, 11:00 am to 6:00pm eastern.

 

*****This poster is available for inspection at our gallery, by appointment*****

 

*A 20% Buyers Premium will be added to the final hammer price of this lot.*

1964–Norfolk Auditorium-The Animals Cardboard Concert Poster-HISTORIC TREASURE! PAE Graded Extra Fine “65”
1964–Norfolk Auditorium-The Animals Cardboard Concert Poster-HISTORIC TREASURE! PAE Graded Extra Fine “65”
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Minimum Bid: $1
Final prices include buyers premium.: $390
Number Bids: 11
Auction closed on Thursday, May 14, 2020.
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