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THE DOORS - THE COLLECTORS - PAINTED SHIP - July 20-22, 1967 at Dante's Inferno and the Victoria Arena in Vancouver, B.C. - 2nd Printing Quality Poster Print Produced in 2001 & hand signed in silver ink by Bob Masse - 18" x 24" - A limited number of artist's print proofs were printed on thick, high quality white stock in 2001 in full color, then hand signed by the Pacific Northwest artist, Bob Masse, at the lower right corner (see clickable image link below this description) - Has a 2" white border surrounding the central image, making it instantly ready for framing! - Pristine A- Condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price - Also have the 2nd Printing (also printed in 2001 by Bob Masse) Concert Handbill printed in full color on white card stock - 4 7/16" x 6 1/2" - See clickable image link below - Blank back side - Pristine A- Condition - 7.50

Full view of the print:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/masse_signed_proof.jpg

Close-up of the top left area of the poster with the lettering with top of the girl's image:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/masse_signed_venue.jpg

Lower right corner area where Bob Masse hand signed the print in silver ink:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/masse_signature.jpg

Full view of the 2nd printing handbill:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/masse_handbill_card.jpg

 

 

THE DOORS - KGAR BOSS '15-50' Portland Oregon Radio Survey listing for the week of July 21, 1967 - First/Only printing Radio Survey - 7" x 8" unfolded, 7" x 3 9/16" is the front cover size (while originally folded for distribution between the two covers vertically, it is currently stored flat) - Front cover features grey/black on light yellow paper image/reproduction of the front cover of the first DOORS LP on Elektra with simple typing below "DIAMOND PRODUCTIONS & KGAR Presents THE DOORS, Wed.July 26 (1967) (at the) Masonic Temple (in Portland Oregon)" - Extremely minute / tiny corner ding barely visible at VERY close range at lower right corner - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A/A- condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

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THE DOORS - "Love Her Madly" - 93 / KHJ (L.A. Radio Station) BOSS 30 Radio Survey list for April 14, 1971 - Their tune was 14 on the charts that week - 3 7/32" x 12", most of the print run were folded for distribution, this is an UNfolded, undistributed copy in top condition! - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A/A- condition - 325.00

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THE DOORS - ALIVE SHE CRIED Promotional poster from 1983 - Original printing promotional poster - 24" x 24" - Features action photo of Jim on stage with microphone, leather pants, etc. Black and white photo, some red and green design and lettering w/ Doors logo in green - At least one staple hole per corner (a couple have multiple, not too bad in terms of framing etc. - Minor bends (small ones in the image area have tiny amounts of black color flaking, not easy to see - Uncommon -Beautiful B condition - 65.00

Scan photo (click on the link below) taken in overly bright conditions:

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THE DOORS - MILLER BLUES BAND - HAJI BABA - April 14 & 15, 1967 at the Avalon Ballroom - First Printing Concert Handbill printed on card stock with a postcard back side - 5" x 6 31/32" - FD-57-OPC-A in the Family Dog series of handbills / postcards - One of Victor Moscoso's hallmark psychedelic / dance concert artworks! - Pristine A/A- copy - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Large view of the handbill

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DOORS - MILLER BLUES BAND - HAJI BABA - April 14 & 15, 1967 at the Avalon Ballroom - First Printing Concert Poster - 13 55/64" x 20 1/32" (approximate size) - FD-57-OP-1 in the Avalon / Family Dog Concert Posters series - One of Victor Moscoso's hallmark psychedelic / dance concert artworks! - Pristine A/A- condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full view of the first printing Avalon FD-57 poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fd57_first.jpg

Close-up of the Doors letter at the lower right corner:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fd57_first_lettering.jpg

 

 

THE DOORS - MILLER BLUES BAND - HAJI BABA - April 14 & 15, 1967 at the Avalon Ballroom - Second Printing Concert Poster - 13 63/64" x 19 63/64" - This poster is FD-57-RP-2 in the Family Dog series of Concert Posters, assigned this number by Eric King in his well known collector's guidebook (see mainpage of this website for link to his site) - One of Victor Moscoso's hallmark psychedelic / dance concert artworks! - The second printing was printed a year or two after the concert, before 1970 - This copy was in a frame at one point, so it has an extremely light aging in the surface of the paper which is noticeable at the border margin edge, which is slightly brighter yellow color at the very edge of the left side and along the top portion of the yellow border which surrounds the central imagery (quite difficult to notice until you look VERY closely at an angle, easily matted out since it's in the yellow border area) - Upper right hand corner and upper left hand corner of backside have a small amount of white mounting tape along with some very light toning visible on the backside in a few spots (does not affect the front side at all) - 1" wrinkle at lower left corner (visible on very close inspection only since it does not flake color at all) and 5/16" clean bend at upper right corner (no color flaking here either, only visible up close) - Pristine B+/A- to B+ condition - Inquire for Current Price / Availability

Full view of the second printing of the FD-57 Doors concert poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fd57_second.jpg

Close-up view of the DOORS lettering at the upper right hand corner (also shows the vertical hairline bend at the top edge):

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fd57_second_lettering.jpg

Close-up view of the lower left edge and lower left corner area:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fd57_second_leftedgecorner.jpg

Close-up view of the lower left corner and left bottom edge area:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fd57_leftcorner_bottom.jpg

Full view of the white back side of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/bg57_second_back.jpg

Upper right corner on the back side where an extremely light remnant of the adhesive material used for framing is faintly visible:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fd57_second_back_urc.jpg

Upper left corner on the back side of the poster where an extremely light remnant of the small adhesive area is faintly detectable:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fd57_second_back_ulc.jpg

View of the bottom edge, where there is a very minor blemish/bump:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fd57_second_back_bottomedge.jpg

 

 

THE DOORS - MILLER BLUES BAND - DAILY FLASH - June 1-4, 1967 at Avalon Ballroom -First Printing Concert Handbill printed on card stock as a postcard - 4 31/32" x 6 63/64" (approximate size) - FD-64-OPC-C in the Family Dog series postcard series - This version of the handbill / card was mechanically addressed on the backside along with a "Bulk Rate" postal box - Features Victor Moscoso's famed Psychedelic Cat / OP Art image in electric pink, green and blue colors - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A/A- condition - Inquire for Current Price & Availability

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THE DOORS - MILLER BLUES BAND - DAILY FLASH - June 1-4, 1967 at Avalon Ballroom -First Printing Avalon Ballroom Concert Poster - FD-64-OP-1 in the Family Dog concert poster series - 13 63/64" x 20" - Features Victor Moscoso's famed Psychedelic Cat / OP Art image in electric pink, green and blue colors - Light wear from being rolled at one point, lower right corner dinged a tiny bit, 1/4" clean rip at bottom center of the edge, 3/4" vertical wrinkle/bend at top edge flakes tiny bits of color which forms a difficult to notice "hairline" bend, upper right and upper left corners are a tiny bit softened by wear, a couple of bends in the image area are extremely difficult to detect except when looking closely at the right angle (more easily seen from the back side) - Will look beautiful as is framed! - Getting Even Rarer these days - Pristine B+ Condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full view of the front side of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fd64_firstjpg

Close-up of "THE DOORS" lettering at the upper right corner (which reveals the faint vertical hairline bend):

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fd64_first_lettering.jpg

Full view of the white back side of the poster, which shows a few bends from being rolled at one point:

http://www.postergeistcom/posters/doors/fd64_first_back.jpg

 

 

THE DOORS - MILLER BLUES BAND - DAILY FLASH - June 1-4, 1967 at Avalon Ballroom -First Printing Avalon Ballroom Concert Poster - FD-64-OP-1 in the Family Dog concert poster series - 13 61/64" x 19 57/64" - Features Victor Moscoso's famed Psychedelic Cat / OP Art image in electric pink, green and blue colors - Blue color is much darker than my other copy, though since the surface does not seem to be semi-gloss, this copy qualifies as a first printing, according Eric King's "The Collector's Guide to Psychedelic Rock Concert Posters, Postcards and Handbills 1965-1973" - Getting Scarcer - Pristine A/A- to A- Condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

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THE DOORS - LOTHAR AND THE HAND PEOPLE -CAPTAIN BEEFHEART & HIS MAGIC BAND - September 29 & 30, 1967 at the 1601 West Evans Street in Denver, Colorado ("The Denver Dog", the Family Dog's Denver concert venue) - Second Printing concert poster -13 31/32" x 19 15/16" - FD-84-RP-2 in the Family Dog concert poster series - Artwork by Bob Schnepf features brilliant full color blaze of yellow, orange, red, blue and green illuminating a negative image of several women with long gowns rejoicing, playing musical instruments & dancing as they walk up and down a small hill - See the ART OF ROCK for a full color image of this poster artwork - Very minor blemish (roughened paper surface, not a bend or wrinkle where someone successfully "erased" the colored printing defect "dot" in the white area (impossible to see until you are looking very close to the poster surface), upper right and upper left hand corner on backside have a small bit of mounting tape - Minor small "bump" blemish at lower right bottom edge (barely visible even when looking very closely near the surface of the paper) - Frameable as is! - Pristine A-/B+ to B+ condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full view of the Doors / Captain Beefheart Family Dog FD-84-RP2 poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/FamilyDog/doors_captain_beefheart.jpg

Close-up view of THE DOORS lettering at the upper right corner of the poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/FamilyDog/doors_captain_beefheart_closeup.jpg

 

 

THE DOORS - ALLMEN JOY - GINGERBRED BLU - Dec 29-31, 1967 at the Denver Family Dog - First Printing Concert Handbill printed on card stock - 4 61/64" x 7" (approximate size, slight variations exist) - FD-D18-OPC-A postcard in the Family Dog Denver series of handbills / postcards - This version has a "Place Stamp Here" postcard design in black on the backside - Features the whimsical, fantastique Rick Griffin "Pay Attention" space bug leaning through a slot in space, definitely one of Rick Griffin's hallmark psychedelic dance concert artworks of the 60's! - Pristine A/A- to A- condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

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THE DOORS - ALLMEN JOY - GINGERBRED BLU - Dec 29-31, 1967 at the Denver Family Dog - First Printing Concert Poster - 12 45/6" x 21 33/64" (approximate size, slight variations exist) - FD-D18-OP-1 in the Family Dog Denver concert poster series - Features the infamous Rick Griffin "Pay Attention" space bug leaning through a slot in space, definitely one of Rick Griffin's hallmark psychedelic dance concert artworks of the 60's! - Pristine A/A- condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

 

 

THE DOORS - ALLMEN JOY - GINGERBRED BLU - Dec 29-31, 1967 at the Denver Family Dog - Second (might be considered a pre-concert, original printing in the future) Printing concert poster - 12 5/8" x 21 49/64" (slight variations in size exist) - This is loosely considered to be a second printing poster since it has a black background behind the Family Dog logo at upper left corner, possibly printed shortly following the concert dates, though could have been produced prior to the concert - FD-D18-?P-2 in the Family Dog Denver concert poster series - Features the whimsical Rick Griffin "Pay Attention" space bug leaning through a slot in space, definitely one of Rick Griffin's most devastating psychedelic dance concert artworks of the 60's! - Pristine A/A-Condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full view of Rick Griffin's DOORS poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fdd18_griffin_black.jpg

Close-up of the DOORS lettering and the upper left corner triangle area, where the background behind the Family Dog logo is black:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/fdd18_griffin_black_lettering.jpg

 

 

THE DOORS - YOUNG RASCALS - SOPWITH CAMEL - January 6-8, 1967 at the Fillmore Auditorium - First Printing concert handbill - BG-44-OHB-A in the Bill Graham Fillmore handbill series - I have several different copies (see descriptions posted below the following handbill image link):

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THE DOORS - YOUNG RASCALS - SOPWITH CAMEL - January 6-8, 1967 at the Fillmore Auditorium - First/Only Printing Concert Postcard - BG-44-OPC-C in the Bill Graham Fillmore series, released long after the original handbill, produced prior to the show date, was released - This is the only postcard I have for this concert. It is off register (as most of the handbills and cards are) - Scarce - Pristine A/A- shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full view of the postcard:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/bg44_postcard.jpg

Lettering on the left side of the card (note the degree postcard was printed out of registration):

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/bg44_postcard_closeup.jpg

Close-up of the right side figure & lettering (note the degree postcard was printed out of registration):

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THE DOORS - JIM KWESKIN JUG BAND - June 9 & 10, 1967 at the Fillmore - First Printing Concert Handbill printed on card stock as a "place stamp here" postcard back card - 4 5/8" x 7 33/64" - BG-67-PC-A in the Bill Graham / Fillmore series of handbills / postcards - See ART OF THE FILLMORE or THE ART OF ROCK for full color image - Minor 5/8" bend at lower left corner (does not flake color), light bump at upper right corner and lower right corner -Pristine B+/A- to B+ shape - Inquire for Current Price / Availability - I also have an Ultra Mega Rare Mailer card of this item with a Bulk Rate square on the backside, assigned the designation: BG-67-PC-C in Eric King's Collector's Guide Book - Pinhole at each of the upper corners along with a couple of edge bumps at the middle right side edge - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full view of the handbill/postcard (no pinholes on this copy, copy A as described above):

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/fillmore/bg67.jpg

Full view of the "mailer" handbill/card with the two pinholes, one at each of the top corners:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/fillmore/bg67_pinholeurulc.jpg

Close-up of the top half of the "mailer" handbill, note the faint pinhole at each of the top corners:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/fillmore/bg67_closeup.jpg

 

 

BG-99-RP-2 JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - THE DOORS - CHUCK BERRY - BIG BROTHER & THE HOLDING CO. (w/Janis Joplin) - QUICKSILVER - FREEEDOM HIGHWAY - SALVATION - Dec. 26-31, 1967 at Winterland - 1993 reprint poster printed on glossy, coated stock, has "The Fillmore Poster Ties" word balloon at the lower right corner - 14" x 20" (approx) - Scarce, small print run poster produced to promote the Fillmore Ties that were produced in the early '90's by the Bill Graham organization - Ultra Mega Rare - Beautiful B+/A- copy - Inquire for  Availability & Current Price

Scan photo linked below was taken in bright light, colors are deeper, richer on actual poster:

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THE DOORS - LONNIE MACK - ELVIN BISHOP - July 25, 1969 at the Cow Palace - BG-186-PC-B in the Bill Graham / Fillmore concert handbill / postcard series, Pre-Concert / First/Only Printing - 4 37/64" x 7 1/4" - Bulk rate back postcard - Artwork by Randy Tuten surrounds black and white photo of the group from their first LP - See The ART OF ROCK or THE ART OF THE FILLMORE for full color images of this handbill/card, as well as the clickable link below Pristine A/A- shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Front side of the card featuring the photo of the Doors from their earlier LP release:

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Back side view of the postcard with the bulk rate symbol at the upper right corner:

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THE DOORS - THE SOFT PARADE - EKS-75005 STEREO - 1969 - Original issue LP, white label Radio Station Copy - Promotional Copy - Gatefold cover with high contrast black and white photo of each member on one side of the white paper record sleeve inside, lyrics printed in black on reverse side of white paper -  sleeve - Gatefold cover has some ring wear on the front and back side (full color double wide gatefold interior illustration  has minor ring wear at the top and bottom edges, as well as side edges, showing some white where color should be) - LP record sleeve has a clean rip along the bottom edge where the LP has cut through, only minor handling & aging wear otherwise - LP seems to be in pristine condition, though I'll have to play it all the way through to be certain - Quite Rare as a white label Radio Station Copy - Inquire for Availability & Current Price  

Full color view of the front cover of the this gatefold LP (with the blue background and small photo of the group in the center:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/soft_parade.jpg

Back cover view of the LP (just has DOORS block designed lettering, with mirror imaging, against deep blue background, approx 12" x 12"):

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/soft_parade_back.jpg

View of the circular white LP "Radio Station Copy" record label:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/soft_parade_whitelabel.jpg

Full size view of the double wide full color interior artwork of the band members:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/soft_parade_gatefoldillustration.jpg

Close-up of the left side of the gatefold inner illustration of the band members:

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Close-up of the right side of the gatefold inner illustration of the band members:

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Inner record sleeve featuring individual high contrast photo of each of the Doors:

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THE DOORS - WHISKEY, MYSTICS AND MEN - THE MATRIX / Home Demos - PHARTING PHAROAH RECORDS - USA 13165 - Original issue Double LP set of live music recorded at the Matrix in S.F. Bay Area in 1967 - This LP set was released in 1987 - Full color jacket has a couple of bends, a six inch diagonal bend at the upper left front cover, a little ring wear, etc. VG+ or so, 100% original color image strength (zero fading) - LP's are in Pristine condition - See digital photo links below for views of the cover & inner LP sleeve - Inquire for  Availability & Current Price

Full view of the full color front cover of the Matrix double LP with the title & group photo:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/matrix_doublelp_frontcover.jpg

Close-up view of the front cover photo of The Doors:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/matrix_doublelp_frontcloseup.jpg

Full view of the back cover (features group photo with surrounded by multiple color illustrated border):

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/matrix_doublelp_backcover.jpg

Close-up of the circular Pharting Pharoah Logo / LP label (red printing on white paper label):

http://wwwpostergeist.com/posters/doors/matrix_doublelp_phartingpharoahlabel.jpg

Close-up view of the upper left corner of the front cover of the LP set:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/matrix_doublelp_ulcfront.jpg

Close-up of the back cover of the double LP set:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/doors/matrix_doublelp_backcloseup.jpg

 

 

THE DOORS - 1990 / 1991 ProSet Super Stars MusiCards - Original Legends Series Issue - 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" - Four full color photo trading cards featuring a photo of the Doors on the front side along with another smaller full color photo & brief biographical text on the backside - All of the DOORS cards = Card #6 (Morrison Hotel photo with the entire group inside the window), #7 (A bare chested Jim Morrison wearing a necklace with the faces of Manzarek and Kreiger visible in the black background), #8 (posed photo of the four members with Morrison at top just above Ray Manzarek, Kreiger and Densmore), #9 (Vertical photo with the four members standing in front of a wall in the daylight, Morrison in the foreground) - all four cards are in Pristine A/A- to A- condition - 20.00 for the set of four (not sold individually)

 

 

THE ROCKET #137 - March 1991 - Tabloid printed on newsprint & published in Seattle Washington at The Rocket Towers - 11 1/2" x 13 3/4" - 44 pages - Front cover in full color by P. Bagge features caricature of R. Crumb playing banjo whilst sitting, imagining a dressed woman's derriere in a a thought balloon, yellow background with red "THE ROCKET" lettering above, with caption "...Still Truckin' After All These Years!" - Rest of the newspaper is printed in black and white - Also features two page spread with large R. Crumb reprint (?) illustration covering multiple columns width top to bottom "How D'ya Shut This Goddamn Thing Off??? I Can't Stand it, I Tell You!!" featuring an exasperated, gasping & desperate Crumb clutching at a muzak speaker emerging from the ceiling, blaring plenty of loud note symbols indicating loud volume at close range, along with interview with R. Crumb by Michael Dougan, just prior to Crumb's exodus from what was left of the US, to France, his current home - AND, Rev. Horton Heat by Dennis White, Iron Maiden / Scorpions by Jeff Gilbert, mug shots of Jim Morrison, of The Doors, taken in New Haven Connecticut highlighting Doors movie review & commentary by Doors members, large article on Hal Blaine (Elvis' drummer), centerfold featuring GWAR in bloody red, black and white comic / cartoon form in full stage regalia advertising upcoming gig at The Melody Ballroom on March 20, ad for upcoming NIRVANA gig at the Commodore Ballroom in BC March 8, Michael Dougan cartoon, Gary Heffern review, etc. - Pristine A- condition - 25.00

Peter Bagge "R. Crumb" front cover view:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/Comic/crumb_rocket.jpg

Interior interview illustration by Crumb:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/Comic/crumb_rocket_interviewillo.jpg

 

 

US - A PAPERBACK MAGAZINE #1 - 1969 - First Printing - Paperback book published by Bantam Books - KOZMIC KAPERS, 16 pages of black and white R. CRUMB sketches, along with short bio and small black & white photo - Poetry by JIM MORRISON of the DOORS along with short bio and small black & white photo - Poetry by Ed Sanders of the FUGS - etc. - Spine has some wear lines from reading though still tight, some general wear - Ultra Rare (low print run, spotty distribution) - Beautiful B/B+ to B+ condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

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