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GRATEFUL DEAD SMALL STUFF HANDBILLS CARDS ETC

 

 

FAMILY DOG - AVALON BALLROOM

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FD-40-OHB-A - GRATEFUL DEAD - MOBY GRAPE - STEVE MILLER BLUES BAND Dec 23-24, 1966 - First Printing Concert Handbill - 8 1/2" x 10 31/32" - Primarily red and green on white paper artwork by Victor Moscoso features Pagan Santa (w/ horns) - Minor light stain at bottom edge - Pristine A- / B+ condition - 200.00

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FD-82-OPC-A (D-3) - GRATEFUL DEAD - MOTHER EARTH - Sept 22-23, 1967 at 1601 West Evans Street in Denver, CO - First Printing Concert Handbill - Artwork by Dennis Nolan features large skull with Pig Pen type head in the nose cavity and "Grateful Dead in large letters woven into the crevices between the teeth - Red, blue, green, yellow, black and shades of gray on card stock with "Place Stamp Here" postcard backside - Has rectangular shaped aging / toning on backside only - Pristine A- condition - 75.00


Larger scan with some distortion of the dot screen:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/scans3/FD82.jpg

 

 

MANTRA ROCK DANCE - Featuring: THE GRATEFUL DEAD - MOBY GRAPE - ALLEN GINSBERG - SWAMI BHAKTIVEDANTA - BIG BROTHER & THE HOLDING COMPANY (with JANIS JOPLIN ) - Sunday Jan 29, 1967 at the Avalon - First Printing Concert Handbill - 8 1/2" x 11" - Red, pink, purple and blue on white paper handbill - "Krishna Consciousness Comes West" a NON-Family Dog show (See page 107, plate 2.18 in the Art of Rock) - Benefit concert for SF temple - Pristine A- condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full view of the handbill:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/mantrarockdanceavalon.jpg

Closeup view of the handbill:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/mantrarockdanceavaloncloseup.jpg

 

 

BILL GRAHAM - FILLMORE

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BG-30-OHB-B - GRATEFUL DEAD - JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND - Oct 7 & 8, 1966 at Winterland - First Printing Concert Handbill - 4 3/8" x 8 23 / 64" - This is the variant of the handbill with the blue lettering against white background (ticket prices at bottom) - 1/8" clean rip at top edge, 8 clean pinholes (along the blue border / margin edges), small & very light upper left corner bend is visible from the backside, light aging in the paper is also visible on the backside - Beautiful B+ condition - Inquire

Full view of the BG-30 handbill described above:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/fillmore/bg30_grateful_dead.jpg


Closeup of the psych lettering of the BG 30 handbill:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/fillmore/bg30_grateful_dead_closeup.jpg

 

 

BG-37-OHB-A - GRATEFUL DEAD / JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE - Dec 30 & 31, 1967 (New Year's Bash) at the Fillmore - First Printing Concert Handbill - 4 3/8" x 8" - Burgundy border around central image - Wes Wilson Artwork - Very thin stock (this is one of the rare versions of this handbill, having horizontal striations in the paper) - 3 clean tack holes at the edges, minor aging - Pristine B+ / A- condition - Inquire - Pristine A / A- condition - Inquire -

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/Ebay/bg37h.jpg

Another full view of the BG-37 handbill:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/fillmore/bg37_grateful_dead.jpg

 

 

BG-43-OHB-A - GRATEFUL DEAD - OTIS REDDING - COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH - Jan 6-8, 1967 at the Fillmore - First Printing Concert Handbill - 4 7/16" x 7 1/4" - Blank back handbill on card stock - This is an extremely rare version of this handbill - 4 clean tack holes, 1 per corner - Pristine A-/ B+ - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Image of the First Printing poster (same image on handbill):

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/roll08/PIC00015.jpg

View of the actual BG-43 handbill described above:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/fillmore/bg43_grateful_dead.jpg

Closeup of the Grateful Dead psych lettering:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/fillmore/bg43_grateful_dead_closeup.jpg

 


BG-133-PC-A - GRATEFUL DEAD - WHO - CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE - IT'S A BEAUTIFUL DAY - JAMES COTTON - ALBERT COLLINS - KALEIDOSCOPE - SPOOKY TOOTH - COLD BLOOD - MAGIC SAM - August 13 through 25, 1968 (excepting the 19th) at Fillmore West - First Printing Concert Handbill - 7 1/32" x 8 31/32" - Double size card with blank stamp box on reverse with calendar of events schedule at left side - Artwork by Rick Griffin and Alton Kelley - Pristine A / A- copy - Inquire

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MISC. VENUES

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GRATEFUL DEAD / POVERTY'S PEOPLE / US CADENZA / NIGELLS - Tues July 18, 1967 at Masonic Temple in Portland, Oregon - First / Only printing - 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" - Red on white paper handbill features exquisite psychedelic illustration emerging from the center of a orchid type flower with "The Grateful Dead" hand lettered above - Great design and lettering, extremely rare piece - 1st appearance of the Dead in Portland - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A/A- condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price - Pristine A- Shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

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GRATEFUL DEAD - PALACE MEAT MARKET - May 30 & 31, 1969 at Springer's (Portland) and McArthur Court in Eugene, Oregon (University of Oregon). First / Only printing Concert Handbill - 7 1/16" x 9 29/32" - Printed on light green construction paper with split fountain color background behind circular Thomas Weir photo (fish eye lens style) at center featuring the Grateful Dead (see back cover of Aoxomoxoa, same photo) with Pig Pen in front - 1" circular (clean) rip at left side edge (difficult to see, if positioned correctly - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine B+ copy - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

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GRATEFUL DEAD - RIVER - Jan 16, 1970 at Springer's in Portland, Oregon - First and only printing blank back card / handbill - 4 63/64" x 6 15/16" - Features black and white work by Fillmore poster artist Jim Blashfield - See page 376, plate 4.136 in the Art of Rock for small image of this item - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A/A- shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

http://www.postergeist.com/emf/Poster034.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - Sunday June 24, 1973 at Portland Coliseum - First/Only Printing Concert Handbill - 5 1/4" x 3 5/8" - Small black and white photo of Grateful Dead with black background and typeset lettering, printed on card stock with blank backside - See page 369, plate 4.114 in Art of Rock for example of this photo used in Pacific Presentation tours - Dark black background, some copies were printed very light as the rollers ran low on ink - Uncommon - Pristine A- shape - Inquire - Copy printed lightly (less black ink on the rollers) in Pristine A/A- to A- shape - Inquire

http://www.postergeist.com/emf/Poster030.jpg

Another view of the handbill:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/portland73_handbill.jpg

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - Sunday May 19, 1974 at Portland Memorial Coliseum (top half) STEVE MILLER BLUES BAND - JAMES COTTON / BOZ SCAGGS (deco lettering only) (bottom half) - First Printing Concert Handbill - 3 1/2" x 9" - Black on thin white card stock features two different events, the photo used in plate 4.114 in AOR is the same as the photo used here - Minor bend at upper left corner - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine B+/A- copy - Inquire for Availability & Current Price - Pristine A- shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

Full size handbill view:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/portland1974.jpg

Closeup view of the Grateful Dead venue info (top half of the handbill):

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/portland1974closeupgdphoto.jpg

Closeup view of the bottom half of the handbill with the Steve Miller / James Cotton etc. lettering:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/portland1974closeupjamescotton.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - PORTLAND JAM II - Sat June 30, 1979 ( tickets were 10.00 advance for all day) at Portland International Raceway - First/Only Printing Concert Handbill - 5 1/2" x 6 3/16" - Black on goldenrod paper handbill features photo of the band (high contrast) with Jerry at upper left corner pointing at camera, next to Bob Weir, typeset lettering below - I've seen two copies in the 9+ years I spent in the Portland area skulking concert posters and handbills - Minor edge bends - Pristine B+ copy - Inquire - Pristine A- copy - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/portland/Grateful_Dead_1978.jpg

 

 

JERRY GARCIA BAND - BOB WEIR BAND - Thurs., Oct 26, 1978 at Paramount Theatre in Portland Oregon - First Printing Concert Handbill - 14" x 7 1/16" - Dark blue on white paper handbill features several different concerts featuring Grover Washington Jr., Arlo Guthrie, RUSH w/ Pat Travers as well - Photo of Garcia and Weir as well as one of Rush and Grover - Folded in half as issued (fold goes through Garcia & Weir photo and text) - I've only seen two copies in the 9+ years of skulking concert posters etc. in Portland - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A/A- shape - Inquire for Availability & Current Price

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/portland/Jerry_Garcia.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - ROBERT CRAY BAND - JIMMY CLIFF - Sunday, August 28, 1988 at Autzen Stadium in Eugene Oregon (Bill Graham presents with Double Tee) - 8 5/16" x 5 3/8" - Black on light green handbill features photo of the Dead, as well as Jimmy Cliff and Robert Cray (both inset over bottom of Dead photo) with two Steal your Face logos, one at each of the two bottom corners - Pristine A/A- condition - 35.00

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GRATEFUL DEAD - SKULL AND ROSES IMAGE BY ALTON KELLEY - Officially licensed reprint produced on thin metal, copyrighted by Alton Kelley in 2005, made by VANDOR - Reprinted Concert Poster in large handbill or small poster size - 8 5/8" x 15 31/32" - Full color, vertical reproduction of an early 70's Grateful Dead tour poster created by the late, great Alton Kelley (RIP 2007) - Still sealed in the original plastic with the company label "made in china" on the back side - Scarce these days! - Pristine A/A- condition - 75.00

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/skullandroseskelleymetalposter.jpg

Closeup of Kelley Skull & Roses poster:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/skullandroseskelleymetalpostercloseup.jpg

 


GRATEFUL DEAD from the MARS HOTEL - 1974 - Round Records promo card / handbill - 5 1/4" x 5 1/4" - Features full color image from LP cover by Mouse and Kelley on front side with a blank backside (white card stock) - Pristine A-/B+ Condition - 25.00 each (I have 5 copies)

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/mars_hotel.jpg

 

 

GARCIA - 1974 - Round Records (the Dead's own record company) promotional card / handbill - 5 1/4" x 5 1/4" - Features full color LP artwork by Victor Moscoso featuring psychedelic portrait of Garcia on the front side with a blank white card stock backside (could be addressed and mailed as well) - Pristine A- copy - Inquire for Availability & Current Price - Pristine A-/ B+ copy - Inquire - Pristine B+ copy 45.00 - Beautiful B copy - 40.00

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ROBERT HUNTER (of Grateful Dead fame) - "Tales of the Great Rum Runners" - 1974 - First Printing Promotional card / postcard - 5 1/4" x 5 1/4" - Rick's "Pirate on Galleon deck" painting from the Round Records (the Grateful Dead's own short lived record company) LP cover, in full color - Pristine A- shape - 25.00

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JERRY GARCIA - Thurs through Sat Dec 3 through 5, 1987 at Wiltern Theatre on one side (with photo of Jerry & typesetting) / GRATEFUL DEAD Nov 15, 1987 at Long Beach Arena on the other side (Bill Graham Presents) - First Printing concert handbill - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" - Features Steam liner with Steal Your Face logo, typesetting black on lime green paper on the other side - Uncommon - Pristine A- copy - Inquire - 2nd copy (folded into 1/4's at one point in time, some black color flaking along folds, through photo of Garcia, see linked images below) - Inquire

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Another view of the Jerry Garcia venue side of the A- copy of the  handbill:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/jerrygarciawiltern.jpg

View of the Grateful Dead side of the A- copy of the handbill:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/gdwiltern.jpg

View of the Jerry Garcia venue side of the folded copy of the handbill:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/jerrygarciawilternfolded.jpg

View of the Grateful Dead side of the folded copy of the handbill:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/gdwilternfolded.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - Feb 22-24, 1986 at Oakland Coliseum - JERRY GARCIA BAND Nov 7, 1987 at Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, and many other acts listed on this multiple concert flyer printed black on white paper - First Printing multi-concert handbill - 8 1/2" x 11" - (Dire Straits, Rush (listed with photo twice), Michael Bolton, Rod Stewart, John Mellencamp, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, etc.) - Grateful Dead info features skull in mardi gras mask, Garcia features photo (high contrast, small) - Rare - Pristine A- shape - 50.00

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/jerrygarcia_gratefuldead_bgp.jpg

Closeup of Grateful Dead Venue info panel:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/gd_oaklandcoliseum_bgp.jpg

Closeup of Jerry Garcia Venue info panel:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/jerrygarcia_kaiser_bgp.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - Fri through Sun, Nov 6 - 8, 1987 at Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center (Bill Graham Presents) - First printing concert handbill - 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" - Black printing on pink paper, features repeated Steal Your Face logo (each smaller than the previous, so they form a cornucopia shape) - This copy has been folded into 1/4's and is a bit wrinkled - I've only seen a few copies of this handbill over the years - Ultra Rare - Nice B/B- to B- condition - 25.00

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/stealyourfacebgp.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - JIMI HENDRIX - JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - QUICKSILVER - SPIRIT - HOT TUNA - IKE & TINA TURNER - JOHN FAHEY - DAVE MASON & MAMA CASS - BREAD - JOY OF COOKING - NRPS - Oct 1970 at Winterland - Booklet of upcoming acts presented by Paul Baratta - 16 pages - 8 15/16" x 5 31/32" - Back cover features black and white photo of Jimi Hendrix (see scan below) in memoriam, since he had died just prior to press time - Text and black and white photos of the above acts (Quicksilver has an illustrated page) with some orange color surrounding the black and white photos in the center spread of group photos - Lettering and artwork by Randy Tuten - Uncommon - Pristine A- condition - 111.00

View of front and back covers w/Hendrix photo:

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Double page spread from the interior pages of the Oct '70 Winterland booklet described above, featuring a photo and text of the Grateful Dead, as well as Jefferson Airplane:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/California/grateful_dead_jefferson_airplane_winterland.jpg

Closeup of the Grateful Dead black and white photo featured in the front pages of the booklet:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/California/grateful_dead_jefferson_airplane_winterland_closeupofdead.jpg

Centerfold featuring black and white photos of upcoming acts playing in Oct '70 at Winterland:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/California/grateful_dead_jefferson_airplane_winterland_centerfoldphotos.jpg

Closeup of the Grateful Dead photo featured in the centerfold of the Winterland booklet:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/California/grateful_dead_jefferson_airplane_winterland_centerfoldphotos_deadcloseup.jpg

 

 


GRATEFUL DEAD VOL. II - Song Book published in 1976 by Ice Nine Publishing Company, Inc. - A subsidiary of Warner Bros. Publications, Inc. - First Printing Song Book - 9" x 12" - 104 pages - Features full color Rick Griffin front cover of crow and wheat shafts from the "Wake of the Flood" LP cover - Also reproduces the "Wake of the Flood" Griffin cover in sepia tones on a full page inside - Music inside is from "Wake of the Flood", "Mars Hotel & "Blues for Allah" - Minor wear, has a couple of silverfish bites out of the front cover, one of which is in the green background of the front cover while the others are on the spine in the black background color - Beautiful B+ condition -75.00   

Full view of the front cover by Rick Griffin:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/rickgriffingdsongbookfrontcover.jpg

Closeup view of the front cover of the book:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/rickgriffingdsongbookcloseup.jpg

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - RECKONING - 1981 Tour Book - Published by Ice Nine Publishing Co. in 1980 - First Printing Tour Book - 11" x 14" - Front cover features full color skull, heart & crossbones image by Rick Griffin (click on the front cover image link below) - 12 page stapled, slick stock tour book also features a few color photos of the Dead on stage, with photo credits on back side, along with a fair amount of black and white photos, all from 1965 through 1980 - A few bends, scratches and rough handling spots (see image below) - Nice B/B- to B- Condition - 37.50

Full view of the front cover of the Tour book:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/rickgriffinreckoningfrontcover.jpg

Full color front cover and back cover view:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/GDReckoning_gratefuldeadprogram1-vi.jpg  

Views of interior Grateful Dead photo pages:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/GDReckoning_gratefuldeadprogram2-vi.jpg

View of interior color photo pages:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/GDReckoning_gratefuldeadprogram3-vi.jpg

Interior color pages:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/GDReckoning_gratefuldeadprogram4-vi.jpg

 

 

JERRY GARCIA & BOB WEIR "Night of the Grateful Dead" Bob Weir and Jerry Garcia expose their demons" excerpt in black and white from MUSICIAN, the December 1989 issue, features photo of the pair on front of 4 page Arista promotional flyer pamphlet - 8 1/2" x 11" - Entire text of the article is reproduced - Smudge on back cover in MIDI box area - Uncommon - Beautiful B/ B+ condition - 25.00


http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/nightofthegdfrontcover.jpg

 

 

WITHOUT A NET - Grateful Dead Song Book - Published in 1991 Warner Publications, Inc. - First Printing Song Book - 9" x 12" - Glossy front cover features full color illustration by Rick Griffin "Without A Net" (from the tour poster & LP etc.) - 4 pages of full color photos of the Grateful Dead on stage inside, along with 75 pages of music from the recording of the same name - Sticker removed from glossy back cover, light wear, lower right corner is dinged a bit - Beautiful B+ condition overall - 75.00

View of the front cover (light was a bit on the bright side, colors are deeper & richer):

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/scans/without.jpg

Another view of the front cover by Rick Griffin:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/rickgriffinwithoutanetfrontcover.jpg

 

 

THE GRATEFUL DEAD ALMANAC - Issue #1, Fall Issue, 1993 - Published by Marin County, CA - First Printing Grateful Dead Fan Bulletin - 10" x 14" (unfolded) - Front cover of this unique 8 page zine printed on textured, high quality, thick, white stock features an opening story entitled "GREETINGS FROM THE DEAD" headed up with a black and white photo of the Dead (see image linked below), along with a brief discussion of the August 17th planting of a mighty live Oak Tree in memory of Rick Griffin, at Petaluma, CA, not far from the site of Rick's fatal 1991 motorcycle accident, an "In Memoriam" photo of Sun Ra (also RIP at the time), an extract of a poem by Robert Hunter, a review of Dick's Picks, a piece about Ken Nordine w/photo, color ads for Grateful Dead T-Shirts, stickers, stocking stuffers, Dead Wear, etc. - Folded in half for intended mailing, I believe I picked up this copy at a local Portland record store at the time - Haven't seen any around since! - Likely Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine B+ Condition - 20.00

View of the front cover:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/gratefuldeadalmanac.jpg

Closeup view of the Dead photo from the front cover:

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/grateful%20dead/gratefuldeadalmanaccloseup.jpg

 

 

RECORD COLLECTOR - #194 - October 1995 - British Record Collector Magazine - 8 3/4" x 11 11/16" - Features 12 pages of early Grateful Dead group photos (some with Pig Pen) & text commemorating Jerry Garcia's recent death - Front cover features small black and white photo of Jerry adjacent to black & white photo of Elvis Presley - Also features articles on Velvet Underground - Elvis Presley - Elvis Costello - Paul McCartney - Fleetwood Mac - Rufus Thomas - Jackson 5 - The Clash - etc. - 243 pages total! - Light wear (unread copy w/minor blemishes) - Rare in the US - Beautiful B+ Condition - 19.00 

 

 

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GRATEFUL DEAD TICKETS - I currently have the following original concert tickets (guaranteed printed & issued prior to the concert dates):

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - BGP presents July 28th, 1985 at Frost Amphitheatre in Stanford, California (whole, unused concert ticket) - 1 9/16" x 5 1/4" - Glitter skeleton head and raised black lettering on light yellow background - One copy only - Pristine A/A- condition - 25.00

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - Jan 29, 1987 at San Francisco Civic Auditorium (Bill Graham presents) - 1 9/16" x 5 1/4" - Whole, unused ticket Chinese New Years features raised black glitter ink illo of Rabbit with lightning bolt, lettering on lime green background - One copy only - Pristine A/A- shape - 25.00

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - June 26th, 1987 at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, NJ Whole, unused ticket - 1 9/16" x 5 7/32" -  Features raised black ink illo and lettering w / glitter against orange background - I only have one copy - Pristine A/A- condition - 25.00

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - Aug 22, 1992 at Country Fairgrounds in Veneta, Oregon (Near Eugene) - 1 9/16" x 4 7/32" - Voided BGP 3/4 ticket features raised black glittered ink illo of ape staring at skull surrounded by hand created block lettering above and below, tightly hugging the ape - One copy only - Comp Ticket (given to security personnel etc., rarer than standard tickets for the show) - Pristine A- condition - 35.00 - Also have a 1 9/16" x 4 7/32" BGP 3/4 (stub missing) Comp ticket (rubber stamped "VOID" in black at bottom edge) for the Aug 23, 1992 Veneta concert the day after the above show, though this one features the Skeleton Jester Mandolin Player created by Stanley Mouse for an early Grateful Dead Songbook in the early 70's - Image is in green with glitter - Pristine A- condition - 35.00

 


GRATEFUL DEAD - Aug 23, 1992 at Country Fairgrounds in Veneta, Oregon (Near Eugene) - 1 9/16" x 5 7/32" - BGP ticket features raised gold, green and red glitter ink illo of skeleton-jester with mandolin by Stanley Mouse with cursive GD lettering below - Two copies only - Pristine A- condition - 25.00 each

 

 

GRATEFUL DEAD - Jan 25, 1993 at Oakland Coliseum Arena - 1 9/16" x 5 6/32" - Whole, unused ticket (BGP) features dancing bear in green raised glitter ink and red lettering - Two copies of this one - Pristine A/A- condition - 25.00 each

 

 

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GRATEFUL DEAD - EARLY RADIO SURVEYS / TOP 50 LISTINGS - From KGAR (1967-1968) - A Portland, Oregon Radio Station

 

 

KGAR BOSS '15-50' Portland Oregon Radio Survey listing for the week of July 14, 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) - This radio survey was the fourth issued in the Portland Oregon KGAR radio survey series, the owner has written "issue no. 4" at the upper left hand corner of the interior Top 50 listing in blue ink (see scan below) - 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 black on very light pink paper photo of a"Boss Jock" Disc Jockey Paul Oscar Anderson and a small psychedelic lettering advertisement for the upcoming Tuesday July 18th GRATEFUL DEAD appearance at Masonic Temple (in Portland) in the summer of 1967 - Only copy I've seen in the 9+ years I extensively searched for concert posters and handbills in the Portland area and in the following 8 years as well! - Interior "Top 50" pages have a strip of fading along the bottom which arcs up the left hand side and is not easily seen since the difference in the background paper color is subtle, though visible at a few feet if you are looking for it - The owner has written numbers on the Top 50 listing on the inside right hand page (page 3, see scan below) in blue ink, though the indentations are only barely visible in a couple of background areas of the back cover in the vicinity of the dated Grateful Dead ad (barely visible below the psych lettering and the date if you are focusing extremely closely) - Ripple in the paper at upper right corner of the front cover side should flatten under weight eventually, minor extremely tiny corner dings at lower right corner and upper right hand edge of front cover - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A-/B+ condition overall (excepting the ink on the Top 50 listing, inside pages/backside) - Inquire for Availability & Current Price  

http://www.postergeist.com/posters/FamilyDog/KGAR_1550_1967.07.14_cover.jpg 

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KGAR BOSS '15-50' Portland Oregon Radio Survey listing previewed for the week of February 2, 1968 - First / Only Printing radio survey - 7" x 8" unfolded, 7" x 3 9/16" is the front cover size when folded (while originally folded for distribution, it is currently stored flat) - Features a small black on light green paper image / reproduction of the Tour of the Great Pacific Northwest Crystal Ballroom concert poster for February 2 & 3, 1968 which takes up about 2/3 of the back cover - Black on green paper photo of the Gentlemen Wild advertising upcoming Vancouver Washington concert at Holcomb's on front cover - Only copy I've seen in the 9+ years I extensively searched for concert posters and handbills in the Portland area and in the following 8 years as well! - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A/A- condition - Inquire for Availability & Current Price


http://www.postergeist.com/posters/FamilyDog/KGAR_1550_1968.02.02_cover.jpg 

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MISC. GRATEFUL DEAD DATED PAPER EPHEMERA - HANDBILLS

 

"HEY LOOK!" "They're going to The Grateful Dead '93" - 1993 - First Printing Concert Handbill / Ad for bus tour (possibly "the Green Tortoise"line) to the GD concert in Eugene or somewhere else in Oregon - 4 29/64" x 5 13/32" - Horizontal paper handbill features sci-fi illustration of flying saucer landing in black on thin white paper with folks pointing at the saucer etc. - Has two parallel semi-horizontal orange magic marker strokes over the top of the illustration, possibly to mark it for a boarding pass? - I've only seen two or three copies of this item, which I picked up in Portland, Oregon at a record store - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A-/B+ Condition - 15.00

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OREGON ADVENTURE TOURS TO THE GRATEFUL DEAD '93 - 1993 - First Printing Concert Ad / Handbill - 4 1/4" x 5 31/64" - Features fine line illustration of skeleton riding coffin with wings and front stretched out motorcycle wheel w/handlebars along with old english style font / rub off lettering - I've seen seven copies, which I picked up at a Portland, Oregon record store - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A/A- Condition - 15.00

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