This Rick Griffin designed poster advertises the seminal event that took place on January 14, 1967, at the beginning of the Summer of Love. The headline reads "Pow-Wow/ A Gathering Of The/ Tribes/ For A/ Human Be-In". The line-up includes numerous icons of the 60s counterculture, including Timothy Leary and Allen Ginsberg. Third printing (black and white printed on cream-colored sheet, measuring 14" x 20"). In very good+ condition, with slight age toning and mild wrinkles to upper right and lower left corners. Also includes a 1991 flyer for an event entitled “The Bridge Conference: Linking the Past, Present, and Future of Psychedelics.” Hosted at Stanford University, the even featured many notable speakers, including Timothy Leary, Robert Anton Wilson, and Terence McKenna. In very good condition. Measures 11” x 17” with a slight wrinkle to lower right corner. Shelved Dupont. CX Consignment.
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A classic poster from Family Dog presents. This poster advertises a concert featuring The Grateful Dead and Quicksilver Messenger at The Avalon Ballroom in June, 1966 (FD-12). This is a second printing. Features one of the most classic of the early Family Dog images, known as "The Quick and the Dead." Designed by artist Wes Wilson. In very good condition. Measures 14” x 20.5” and shows minimal wear to edges. Shelved Dupont. CX Consignment.
A 1975 concert poster for the Rolling Stones shows at the Cow Palace in San Francisco on July 15 - 16, 1975. The show was presented by Bill Graham, and the poster was designed by legendary poster artists Randy Tuten, Stanley Mouse, Alton Kelley and Arab. In very good condition. Measures 22” x 33”, with minimal wear to edges and a faint 1” crease to upper center border. Shelved Dupont bins. CX Consignment.
A 1973 David Singer designed poster for a January 21 - 22, 1973 Rolling Stones concert at Honolulu International Center. The concert was presented by Bill Graham and Barry Fey, and the poster was printed by Tea Luatrec Litho. In very good condition. Measures 20” x 28.5”, and has faint water stains to upper and lower right corner. Slight yellowing along edges. Shelved Dupont. CX Consignment.
c.1976. Printer's Proof. Early version of Bill Graham poster by famed artist Philip Garris for a two-night concert featuring The Who and The Grateful Dead at Oakland Stadium, October 9 - 10, 1976. In very good minus condition. Measures “23” x 29”. Shows mild age-toning, faint creasing (cracking) throughout, and minor wear along edges. Alignment markers visible in corners and along edges. Shelved Dupont bins. CX Consignment.
A signed poster for a Wavy Gravy benefit concert, which was performed on May 15, 1996 at the Berkeley Community Theater. The concert was presented by Seva Foundation and Bill Graham. It features signatures from both Wavy Gravy and famed poster designer Stanley Mouse. The poster measures 35” x 22”. In very good condition. Limited Edition: #92/100. Marking to bottom border. Soiling along borders, especially to upper left. Faint crease at top right corner. Shelved Dupont bins. CX Consignment.
Description: A limited edition of a 1989 Robert Guthrie silkscreen, signed by the artist and numbered 581/1000. Matted and housed in aluminum frame. Print measures 11” x 34”. Robert Guthrie (1966 – 2014) is known for his New Orleans Heritage Jazz poster and the colorful illustrations he produced for the official city council proclamations. Very good condition with no apparent flaws. Shelved Dupont . CX Consignment.
New York: American Lithographic Co., . A half-length portrait of Uncle Sam, standing, facing front, with his fists on his hips; text encouraging enlistment in military during WWI; mounted on board; protected in a mylar sleeve; chipping at corners and edges; not examined out of sleeve; good condition. FG consignment. Dimensions: height 29 inches x width 19 1/4 inches. Located at Dupont Store.
1948. A poster and ephemera for Orson Welles' 1948 film adaptation of Macbeth; ephemera includes ticket, two invitations to a private film showing, and a program for the event; all items age toned; poster significantly faded; all corners of poster chipped; inch-long closed tear at right side of poster; overall good condition; protected in a mylar sleeve; not examined out of sleeve. Poster dimensions: height 22 inches x width 14 inches. Located at Dupont store.
1995. A poster, created for the 30th anniversary of the White House Fellows program; shows two paintings of the White House by Peter Max; signed by Max and dated in the bottom margin; very good condition; protected in a mylar sleeve. FG consignment. Dimensions: height 36 inches x width 24 inches. Located at Dupont store.
Germany: 1997. Limited Edition, #80/100. A poster advertising a showing of Erro's work; hand-numbered #80/100 at center of lower edge; dated 1997 and signed by Erro at center of lower edge; protected by a mylar sleeve; not examined out of sleeve; very good condition. FG consignment. Dimensions: height 33 inches x width 23 inches. Located at Dupont store.
Germany: 1997. Limited Edition, #42/50. A full-color poster advertising a show of Erro's work; hand-numbered at lower left corner #42/50; dated 1997 and signed by Erro at lower left corner; protected in a mylar sleeve; not examined out of sleeve. FG consignment. Dimensions: height 33 inches x width 23 inches. Located at Dupont store.
1997. #45/50. A full color cartoon-style poster; hand-numbered 45/50 at lower left corner; dated 1997 and signed by Erro at center of lower edge; protected in a mylar sleeve; not examined out of sleeve; very good condition. FG consignment. Dimensions: height 16 1/2 inches x width 11 1/2 inches. Located at Dupont store.
Moscow: 1995. A full-color poster by Tomi Ungerer, advertising a show of his erotic artwork; the show took place in Moscow, 1995; most text of poster in Russian; signed by Ungerer at lower right corner; protected by mylar sleeve; not examined out of sleeve; very good condition; lightly age-toned with minor bumping to edges and corners. FG consignment. Dimensions: height 33 1/4 inches x width 23 1/2 inches. Located at Dupont store.
Description: A lot of five original vintage large format Italian movie posters, 1966-1975. One Italian film and four foreign films (U.S., U.K., France). These are original period theatrical release posters and are not reproductions. Included: Buona Parte Di Paolina ( A Good Part of Paolina). 1973. Directed by Nello Rossati; starring Antonia Santilli, Tony Askin, Rossanna Ballanti. Italy. Il Duro ( Clay Pigeon). 1971. Directed by Tom Stern; starring Telly Savalas, Robert Vaughn, John Marley. United States. Ispettore Brannigan, la morte segue la tua ombra ( Brannigan). 1975. Directed by Douglas Hickox; starring John Wayne, Richard Attenborough. United Kingdom. Un mucchio di bastardi ( The Losers; also known as Nam's Angels). 1970. Directed by John Starrett; starring William Smith, Bernie Hamilton, Adam Roarke. United States. Le Armi Segrete del Generale Fiascone ( Kiss Me General; also known as Martin Soldat). 1966. Directed by Michael Deville; starring Robert Hirsch, Véronique Vendell, Marlene Jobert. France. Dimensions: All are Italian 2 - Foglio (39" X 54.5"). Condition: All 5 posters good/very good to very fine. All folded. Minimal wear at the folds, some tissue tape mends, small edge tears, scattered pinholes. Un mucchio di bastardi shows the most damage, but still displays very well.
Description: A poster for the 1961 Polish movie Nafta, also known as The Oil. Directed by Stanislaw Lenartowicza and starring Teresa Izewska and Tadeusz Janczar. The lower left edge is marked “R.CIES’LEWIC2.61.” The poster is pasted on a ¼” white foam board. Dimensions: w 23 x h 32 in Condition: Light age toning with mild wear to edges. Slight bumping to four corners with two closed tears (approximately ¾”) to upper left corner. The back is slightly soiled with several small indented marks along edges and one to the upper center.
Description: A large original 1961 movie poster advertising Atlantis: The Lost Continent, starring Anthony Hall, Joyce Taylor, and John Dall; directed by George Pal. Dimensions: w 41 x h 79 in Condition: Good. General age toning throughout the poster. Seven 1” to 7” closed tears at folds. Moderate wear to bottom edge. 1” chip to bottom right edge. The poster comes in two separate parts and is connected with tape at the back.
1963. A black and white handbill for a Sam Cook concert on December 7, 1963 (before Cook changed the spelling of his name) at the Newark Armory, also featuring appearances by the Mid-Nighters, Jo Ann Campbell, Cal Green and Johnny Heartsman. Mounted on a blue board in a black wood frame. Dimensions image: w 7 x h 8.5 in; mat and frame: w 11 x h 12 in Very good, slight age toning with no visible damage. Not examined out of frame.
Paris: Lapina. Imp. This poster is mounted on canvas and has a dark beige background. The poster’s image depicts a religious figure in long white, red and gold robes holding a staff. Below the figure are several figures in a black and white rendering. The caption at the bottom of the drawing reads: Le Cardinal Mercier Protege La Belgique. Condition: Good- to Good. There are four horizontal creases across the poster. One chip to the top left corner. Otherwise the surface of the poster has mild smudges. Minor crinkling to the edges. Printed by Lapina. Imp., Paris. Dimensions w 31 1/8 in x h 46 3/8 in.
Signed print by Frank Brangwyn depicting a street scene in the aftermath of the London Blitz. Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956) was born in Belgium to British parents, and received his artistic training in Britain. He worked for William Morris as a young man, and like him explored a wide array of artistic media throughout his career. Though his work includes such diverse categories as glassware, furniture, and pro-British WWI posters, perhaps his best-known works are the murals commissioned by the House of Lords in 1926, later rejected by the peers, and finally acquired for the Guildhall in Swansea, Wales. During his lifetime, he was one of the world's foremost artists. He was the first living artist to receive a retrospective at the Royal Academy in London. While his reputation suffered after his death, his work has been reconsidered in more recent years, and a high-profile exhibition marked the 50th anniversary of his death in 2006. Condition: Good. Some discoloration from handling, aging adhesive, and other factors to margins, but these do not impact the print itself, or the signature. The print is mounted in an unusual way in that the edges of the sheet of paper have been wrapped around the edges of a board and glued to the back, which currently gives the print a slightly wavy appearance. This could likely be corrected if the backing were removed, which could be done with minimal paper loss. Dimensions: width 26 inches x height 36.5 inches. Located at Dupont store.
Napoli: Ente Provinciale per il Turismo, c 1955. Travel poster depicting scenes of Pompei. Published c. 1955 by Ente Provinciale per il Turismo--Napoli. Condition: Good. Two minor closed tears in upper right corner. One larger partially open tear (approx. 4.5 in or 114 mm) at bottom edge, with some discoloration evident where tape was used. Not examined out of frame. Dimensions 28.875 x 43 inches.
Leksand, Sweden: 1956. Original poster advertising the July 1956 performances of the play Himlaspelet in Leksand, Sweden. Himlaspelet, or The Heavenly Play, by Swedish screenwriter Rune Lindström, recounts a young man’s journey to demand that God return his sweetheart to earth after she is executed for witchcraft. When the young man fails in his quest, it is through his sweetheart’s intervention that the two are reunited in heaven. The play has been performed regularly in Leksand, Sweden since the summer of 1949. The poster is mounted on foam core. Condition: Very Good. Slight age-toning; evidence of damp-staining at upper left edge. Small closed tear at upper right corner. Dimensions 27.5 x 39.375 inches.