Velvet Underground – Sterling Morrison Signed Max’s Kansas City Charge Receipt
An original Max’s Kansas City “charge record” signed by the late Velvet Underground guitarist Sterling Morrison (who also wrote his name and address at top.) Sterling and the Velvets were frequent customers at Max’s, where the band played their last series of concerts with Lou Reed in September 1970 (their “Live At Max’s Kansas City” was recorded during these shows.) This autographed receipt is from Morrison’s archive, and comes with a copy of a letter of authenticity from Sterling Morrison’s widow, Martha Morrison. A great Velvet Underground collectible. 3 1/2″ x 4 7/8″. (There is a small tear to the bottom left corner, not affecting any of the writing.)
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