Jerry Garcia Band / Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman – The Long Island Sound Collector’s Edition, With Signed Stanley Mouse Silkscreen Poster, in Custom Frame/Box (Grateful Dead)

A very rare “collector’s edition” of the Jerry Garcia Band with Bob Weir and Rob Wasserman’s”Fall 1989: The Long Island Sound.”  This 6 CD box set, issued in a long-sold-out edition of 750, includes a signed limited edition silkscreen by Stanley Mouse, is housed in an ingeniously designed custom built box/frame that can be hung […]

Grateful Dead – 1969 Sealed 1st Pressing AOXOMOXOA, With Original Mix

A beautiful factory sealed first pressing of the Grateful Dead’s Aoxomoxoa.  This is the first pressing, as identified by the W7 logo on the back cover, and contains a copy of the original mix.  Later copies on Warner Bros (without the W7 or Warner 7 Arts logo) have the text “Remixed by Phil Lesh…September 1971” […]

Grateful Dead & Quicksilver Messenger Service – Original FD 12 Handbill ‘The Quick & The Dead’

An first printing concert handbill advertising the Grateful Dead and Quicksilver Messenger Service at San Francisco’s Avalon Ballroom, June 11 & 12, 1966.  This famous Wes Wilson designed handbill is FD 12 in the Family Dog Series, was only printed once, and is commonly known as ‘The Quick and The Dead’. This example has been […]

Grateful Dead – Warlocks-Era 11″ x 14″ Signed Photograph by Herb Greene

A rare original 11″ x 14″ photograph of the pre-Grateful Dead Warlocks taken by legendary San Francisco photograper Herb Greene in 1965, and hand titled and signed on the front by Greene, who also signed it on the back in pencil. This is an original hand-printed photograph, made from the original negative. Herb Greene is a […]

Grateful Dead – 1967 WB Publicity Photos, Fan Club Zine, Mini Poster

An exceptionally rare collection of Grateful Dead memorabilia, from the time of the release of their first album in early 1967.  Included are two 8″ x 10″ publicity photographs, one with the Warner Brothers Reocrds logo, an 8 1/2″ x 11″ mini poster with band photos and biographical details, and a four page zine, The […]

Monterey Pop Festival – 4 Rare Ticket Stubs (Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, Grateful Dead, etc)

A very rare set of 4 ticket stubs and a business card from the June 1967 Monterey Pop Festival.  Monterey Pop was arguably the most important rock festival ever–the seminal rock event of the “Summer of Love”. The 3 day festival had 5 separate concerts, each ticketed individually.  This set includes stubs from shows #1,2,3 and 5.  […]

Bob Dylan – 1963 Monterey Folk Festival Program (Dylan’s 1st West Coast Appearance & early Jerry Garcia show)

A very rare program from the 1963 Monterey Folk Festival, which featured Bob Dylan’s first-ever West Coast performance, and a very early appearance by his longtime friend, Grateful Dead leader Jerry Garcia.  On May 18, 1963 the barely known Dylan performed four songs, comprised of  (according to Clinton Heylin’s Life in Stolen Moments) ‘a talkin’ […]

Jerry Garcia – Original 11″ x 14″ Herb Greene Signed Photograph (Grateful Dead)

A superb original hand printed 11″ x 14″ photograph of Jerry Garcia, taken in 1987 by legendary San Francisco photographer Herb Greene, who has titled and signed the photograph with his copyright notice along the bottom border.  This famous photograph was used for the poster and program for Garcia’s legendary 13 night run on Broadway in New […]

Velvet Underground, Grateful Dead, Fugs – Ultra Rare 1969 Concert Poster, AOR 3.160

An ultra rare concert poster advertising two shows featuring the almost unbelievable lineup of the Grateful Dead, The Velvet Underground, and The Fugs, on February 7, 1969 at the Stanley Theatre in Pittsburgh, PA.  Imagine seeing these three legendary bands, each at the peak of their powers, all at one concert. The poster, with great […]

Grateful Dead – Spectacular “Europe ’72” Linen Mounted Promotional Poster

A large, stunning promotional poster issued by Warner Bros. Records in 1972 to promote the Grateful Dead’s triple live album Europe ’72. Artists Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelly created the album cover artwork, with this poster reproducing the back cover’s “Truckin’ Fool” smashing an ice cream cone against his forehead. Airborne drops of ice cream […]

Jerry Garcia / Grateful Dead – With Camel in Egypt Photograph by Adrian Boot

An original photograph of Jerry Garcia with a camel in Egypt by noted English photographer Adrian Boot, taken during the Grateful Dead’s 1978 concert at the pyramids. On the back this has been titled “Grateful Dead A/B” with a handwritten copyright notice for photographer Adrian Boot, and two credit stickers from Retna Pictures photo library. […]

Jerry Garcia – Vintage Egypt Photograph Signed by Photographer Adrian Boot (Grateful Dead)

An original photograph of Jerry Garcia in Egypt by noted English photographer Adrian Boot, taken during the Grateful Dead’s 1978 concert at the pyramids.  This has been titled “Dead-Egypt” and signed and dated “A.Boot ’91” on the front by Adrian Boot.  On the back is Boot’s stamped photo credit and two credit stickers. This rare, […]

Grateful Dead – Original Pressing of 1966 Debut 45 “Don’t Ease Me In/Stealin'” on Scorpio Records

A copy of The Grateful Dead’s ultra-rare debut single, “Don’t Ease Me In/Stealin’” on the short lived Scorpio label. Though excellent bootlegs exist of this record, this is a genuine 1966 first pressing. Visually it grades  VG+, though it plays at least EX with no clicks or pops; there are very light marks, but nothing […]

Grateful Dead – Merry Pranksters 1965 “Can You Pass the Acid Test?” ID Card (Ken Kesey)

An extraordinarily rare Merry Prankster’s ID Card from the legendary Acid Tests. This was printed by Ken Kesey’s Intrepid Trips, Inc. in late 1965. The membership card is thought to have originated around the time of the second Acid Test, held at Big Nig’s house in San Jose, California, on December 4th, 1965, an occasion […]

Jimi Hendrix / The Who / Janis Joplin – Monterey Pop Festival Ticket Order Form/Handbill

A rare ticket order form/handbill for the June 1967 Monterey Pop Festival. Monterey Pop was arguably the most important rock festival ever–the seminal rock event of the “Summer of Love”. If you’ve seen the film, you know the story. Jimi Hendrix smashing and burning his guitar in his first US concert; The Who destroying their […]

Grateful Dead – Ultra Rare 1966 Trips Festival/Acid Test Program

An original program from the legendary January, 1966 Trips Festival at the Longshoreman’s Hall in San Francisco. This 3 night event was the first true psychedelic event in the bay area, and included an Acid Test and performances by the Grateful Dead and Big Brother and the Holding Company. Each of the three nights featured […]

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