Posters and Concert Memorabilia

The Doors – Four 1967 Family Dog Concert Handbills/Postcards

Four very clean Family Dog handbills/postcards advertising 1967 concerts by The Doors.

These are number FD 50, 61, 64 and 84 in the Family Dog series.  The first three are for shows at San Francisco’s …more


$200.00 US

The Pretenders – 1984 Boxing-Style “Learning To Crawl” Promo Poster

A scarce cardboard boxing-style poster advertising The Pretenders 1984 third album, Learning to Crawl.  Printed by Colby Posters of Los Angeles, these were posted on telephone poles around Los Angeles.  …more


$75.00 US

The Stooges, Cockettes, GTO’s – 1971 ‘Hollywood Babylon’ Foil Concert Poster

A rare and wonderful concert poster silkscreened on silver foil advertising a July 1971 show featuring The Stooges, the GTO’s and the Cockettes at Hollywood Palladium.

Billed appropriately as Hollywood …more


$1,600.00 US

The Who – 1971 ‘Who’s Next’ Decca Records Promotional Poster

A rare original 1971 promotional poster advertising The Who’s landmark album Who’s Next.  In unused, and very close to Mint condition, with just a small bit of creasing to the top left edge.  Only the …more


$500.00 US

The Who – Fillmore East 1969 ‘Tommy’ Concert Program

A scarce program for The Who’s October, 1969 six-night residency at New York’s Fillmore East, during which they performed their new rock opera, Tommy.

This deluxe program includes a 12-page …more


$275.00 US

The Who – Impossibly Rare 1964 Marquee Club Handbill / Discount Ticket

An extremely rare 1964 Who handbill, which also served as a discount ticket to their twenty three week residency at London’s legendary Marquee Club.  This was a very important early series of shows for the band, …more


$5,000.00 US

Thelonious Monk – Beautifully Signed 1966 Detroit Jazz Festival Program (Also Signed by Charlie Rouse & George Wein)

A program for the 1966 Detroit Jazz Festival, beautifully signed by Thelonious Monk (who adds “Good luck always”).  This is one of the most extraordinary signed Monk items we’ve seen; his large signature …more


$3,000.00 US

Velvet Underground – 1970 Max’s Kansas City Poster, Signed By Artist

A superb and unused first printing of the iconic poster advertising the Velvet Underground’s final shows with Lou Reed, at Max’s Kansas City during June, July and August of 1970.  The group’s run was extended …more


$2,500.00 US

Velvet Underground – Guitarist Sterling Morrison’s Sweater, Worn in Numerous Band Photos

A wool sweater owned by Velvet Underground guitarist Sterling Morrison, who can be seen wearing it in numerous photographs with the band.

We acquired this directly from Morrison’s widow Martha Morrison, …more


$4,000.00 US


Velvet Underground – Sterling Morrison Owned and Used Leather Guitar Strap, With Full Authentication

A Sterling Morrison-owned leather guitar strap, used by the Velvet Underground guitarist after that band’s breakup.

Morrison is pictured using a virtually identical strap on the back cover of The Velvet …more


$2,750.00 $2,250.00 US

Velvet Underground – Sterling Morrison-Owned 1967 Boston Tea Party Handbill / 1st Show without Nico

From the collection of Velvet Underground guitarist Sterling Morrison, a scarce handbill advertising two shows by ‘Andy Warhol’s Velvet Underground’ at the Boston Tea Party, on May 26 & 27, …more


$4,000.00 US