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Pink Floyd / Jeff Beck / Blue Cheer – 1968 Pinnacle/Shrine L.A. Concert Poster, Signed by Jeff Beck

A first printing of John Van Hamersveld and Robert Fried’s classic poster announcing a July 1968 concert featuring Pink Floyd, Blue Cheer and Jeff Beck, at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium, as part of the Pinnacle Concert Series.  This example has been signed by Jeff Beck. Reproduced as plate 3.76 in the definitive reference The Art […]

The Pink Floyd – 1966 Poster For Their First Major Show (One of Three Known Examples)

An extremely rare silkscreened poster advertising Pink Floyd’s 1966 performance at the Roundhouse in London, as part of the launch of the legendary underground newspaper International Times. This was probably The Pink Floyd’s fifth show under that name, and took place nearly five months prior to the release of their debut single, “Arnold Layne”. Prior […]

Syd Barrett – Mint UK 1st Press “Octopus/Golden Hair” Harvest 45 (Pink Floyd)

A beautiful Mint to Near Mint 1969 first pressing of Syd Barrett’s 45 “Octopus/Golden Hair” on UK Harvest.  This likely has been played no more than once or twice, and has no flaws or signs of play other than a single spindle mark on each label.  A copy you’ll never need to upgrade.  With original […]

Pink Floyd – 1967 Vintage EMI Pink Floyd Photograph (With Syd Barrett)

A rare EMI Records vintage photograph of Pink Floyd’s original lineup in 1967, with Syd Barrett.  This vintage hand-printed photograph, made from the original negative has an EMI Records Denmark stamp on the back, with some handwritten publication information and the stamped publication date 15 September 1968.   As a “vintage print”, it is much more valuable […]

Pink Floyd – The Earliest Known Pink Floyd Concert Poster (October 1966, four months before their debut single)

The only known example of the earliest known Pink Floyd concert poster.  Previously undocumented, this poster advertises seven events (including two shows featuring The Pink Floyd, with Syd Barrett) presented by the London Free School during October 1966 at the All Saints Hall in Powis Gardens, London. These were probably The Pink Floyd’s third and […]

Pink Floyd & Soft Machine – Original 1967 UFO Club Concert Poster, Pre-Hapshash

A rare original example of the often bootlegged poster advertising three shows at London’s legendary UFO Club in February and March 1967, featuring Pink Floyd, Soft Machine and Brothers Grimm.  The second Pink Floyd show, on March 10, took place the day the band’s debut single “Arnold Layne”was released. This psychedelic classic by artist Michael […]

Pink Floyd – 1970 UK Harvest Promo Poster for “Atom Heart Mother” / Hipgnosis Art

An extremely rare 1970 UK Harvest/EMI Promo Poster for Pink Floyd’s great album Atom Heart Mother.  We acquired it from a UK collector who has had it since near the time of the album’s release.  The copyright line at the bottom says “EMI Record (The Gramophone Co. Ltd) EMI House, 20 Manchester Square, London W1A 1 […]

Pink Floyd, Cream, Small Faces, The Move, Fleetwood Mac – 1967 UK National Jazz & Blues Festival Concert Poster

An exceedingly rare concert poster for the 1967 British National Jazz & Blues Festival featuring what is arguably the greatest lineup ever at a UK festival. Performing over three days were many of the greatest British artists ever, including the first show ever by Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, the Small Faces, The Cream, The Jeff […]

Pink Floyd – Unplayed UK 2nd Pressing “The Piper At The Gates of Dawn” LP

A spectacular UK second pressing of Pink Floyd’s debut album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn on Columbia.  This mint to near mint condition copy looks as if it may be unplayed, without a single spindle mark on either label.  Pressed from the same stampers as the first pressing, this has -1/1/GH and -1/1/GO […]

Pink Floyd – Unplayed UK 2nd Pressing “A Saucerful of Secrets” LP

A spectacular UK second pressing of Pink Floyd’s second album, A Saucerful of Secrets on Columbia.  This mint condition copy looks unplayed, without a single spindle mark on either label.  Pressed from the same stampers as the first pressing, this has -1/1/GA and -1/1/GT matrix numbers, and would sell for $1000. with the slightly earlier […]

Syd Barrett – Original Signed Syd Barrett Color Photograph / Pink Floyd

A beautiful 11″ x 14″ original photographic print of the great Syd Barrett, hand signed by photographer Mick Rock, and titled on the back by him “Syd Barrett London 1999 copyright © Mick Rock 1999.” We obtained this print circa 1999 directly from Mick Rock. We had found some of his original David Bowie transparencies, […]

SYD BARRETT – “PSYCHEDELIC RENEGADES” SIGNED GENESIS DELUXE EDITION BOOK (PINK FLOYD)

One of only 320 copies of the Deluxe Edition of Mick Rock’s highly collectible book PSYCHEDELIC RENEGADES. The Deluxe issue is hand signed by both Syd Barrett and Mick Rock, and bound in orange and turquoise leather with gilt (gold) tooling and gold page edges, and individually numbered. This is copy #297 of 320. Arguably […]

Pink Floyd – 1968 French Harvest/Pathe Marconi Promo Poster

A beautiful 1968 French Pink Floyd promotional poster made by their French record company, Harvest/Pathe Marconi.  Measuring 15″ x 23″ this is in near mint condition, with the printer credits “Lalande-Courbet 91 Wissous” on the left edge at bottom.  The only example of this we’ve ever had.  Superb.

Pink Floyd – 1971 “Stamping Ground” Movie Poster with T-Rex, The Byrds, Jefferson Airplane, etc.

A rare movie poster for the film “Stamping Ground”, a documentary film made at the 1970 Holland Festival of Music, and featuring Pink Floyd, The Byrds, T.Rex, Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Al Stewart, Canned Heat, Family, It’s A Beautiful Day, Country Joe, Dr. John and the Flock. 16 3/4″ x 26″ with art by John Van […]

Rolling Stone Magazine – Bound Volumes #1 – 7 (Issues #1 – 105)

A rare set of Rolling Stone magazine, issues #1 – 105, bound in a limited edition of seven volumes and gifted by Rolling Stone co-founder Jann Wenner to former Warner Bros. Records president Joe Smith.  Wenner and legendary San Francisco Chronicle music critic Ralph J. Gleason launched Rolling Stone with their debut issue on November […]

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