UPDATE 11/11/2017 - I VERY RECENTLY ADDED AN ENTIRE PAGE DEVOTED TO THE ORIGINAL CONCERT POSTER ARTWORK SET WHICH WAS CREATED FOR THREE CONCERTS ON LED ZEPPELIN'S SPRING 1970 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR - TO VISIT THE PAGE, GO BACK TO THE MAIN PAGE AND CLICK ON THE LED ZEPPELIN ORANGE COLORED OVAL BUTTON IN THE LEFT HAND COLUMN NEAR THE TOP OF THE PAGE OR CLICK ON THE LED ZEPPELIN LINK AT THE TOP OF THE VERTICAL ALPHABETICAL LIST ON THE MAIN PAGE.
LED ZEPPELIN - July 20, 1977 at The Activities Center Arena in Tempe Arizona (presented by the Student Union Activities Board / Rising Star Concerts in association with Peter Grant - First Printing Concert Handbill - 8 1/2" x 11 1/2" - Black offset printing on light blue paper handbill features large photo of Zeppelin in small room with instruments, Bonham in front with his drums - Some long bends along the right margin, only in the border area, light toning / aging in the paper along the top edge, along with micro top edge wear which is difficult to see except when looking very closely, extremely light vestige (hint) of a horizontal bend (likely easily ironed out) gently across the photo area (seen when looking closely) - Great copy overall (unfaded, photo area very clean--quite frameable as is) - I acquired this handbill directly from the Psychedelic Solution Gallery in 1996 - Ultra Mega Rare - Beautiful B/B+ to B+ condition - 2.5k
LED ZEPPELIN / NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ROCK FESTIVAL May 23-25, 1969 at Santa Clara City Fairgrounds Also listed are Jimi Hendrix Experience, Jefferson Airplane, Spirit, Eric Burdon, Youngbloods, Chuck Berry, Noel Redding, Muddy Waters, Poco, Loading Zone, Santana, etc. Red, yellow on silver foil surfaced stock handbill features illustration of three women by Linda Seagul (artwork is copyright 1968 since they used it the year before to advertise the earlier festival). 8 1 / 2" x 5 1 / 2" (approximately) Tough to find in nice shape like this B+ / A- (a few minor bends at edges, etc.) - Inquire for Availability / Current Price
LED ZEPPELIN "The Immigrant" December 30, 1970 - 93 / KHJ BOSS 30 listing from Los Angeles radio station features black and white photo of Zeppelin atop the top 30 listing (The Immigrant Song was #7 that week and had been on the charts for 11 weeks - First / Only Printing Radio Survey - 3 1/4" x 12 1/16" - This Led Zeppelin photo is obviously taken fom the Atlantic promotional poster with Bonham at left, Plant at right etc. - This particular Radio Survey was never folded at the center for distribution in record stores, etc., so it is mega scarcer than the foled and distributed version - A 47 year old Zeppelin "artifact" - Ultra Mega Rare (especially in this unfolded condition) - Pristine A- / B+ to A- condition - 200.00
LED ZEPPELIN Sept 2, 1970 at Oakland Coliseum (Bill Graham Presents, BG-246) Double size postcard with schedule backside - 9 1 / 4" x 7" - (See Art of the Fillmore, Art of Rock) Color artwork by David Singer. - Nice A- copy - Inquire for price / availability
LED ZEPPELIN - First Printing ca. 1992 Serigraph / Silkscreen Print - 36" x 25 1/8" - Silkscreen edition published in the early 90's by Art Rock features Randy Tuten artwork from BG 199 (See ART OF THE FILLMORE and ART OF ROCK) in the Bill Graham Presents / Fillmore Auditorium / Winterland concert poster series for their WINTERLAND concert on November 6, 1969 - Hand signed and numbered by the artist, R. Tuten - Produced on very high quality stock in brilliant silkscreen colors! - A / A- shape - Inquire for availability - Current Price (The following image link is posted to remind the viewer of the concert poster artwork and IS NOT a photo of this Serigraph:
LED ZEPPELIN - UNIQUE - ONE-OF-A-KIND / First Printing Ca. 1992 Serigraph Artist's / Printer's Proof - 36" x 25 1/8" - Silkscreen edition published in the early 90's by Art Rock Gallery in S.F. - Features Randy Tuten artwork from BG 199 in the Bill Graham Presents / Fillmore Auditorium / Winterland series (See ART OF THE FILLMORE and ART OF ROCK) concert poster for November 6, 1969, held at WINTERLAND in the S.F. Bay Area - Artwork by Randy Tuten (R. Tuten) - Printed on high quality, thick stock in brilliant silkscreen colors! - I have a hand signed statement from Randy Tuten authenticating this early 90's serigraph as ONE-OF-A-KIND:
LED ZEPPELIN - JETHRO TULL - August 1, 1969 at the Earl Warren Showgrounds in Santa Barbara, CA - Second Printing Concert Poster - 17 3/4" x 22 3/4" - Hand SIGNED by the artist, Frank Bettencourt - See the ART OF ROCK, page 267, plate 3.41 - Has some handling bends, small creases, etc. - I can send multiple closeup photos if interested - Ultra Mega Rare - 125.00
PLEASE NOTE: The full color image posted here is NOT the hand signed 2nd printing poster I have for sale currently. I will forward digital closeup photos of both sides of the promoter published 2nd printing concert poster if you are considering purchasing the poster.
LED ZEPPELIN SPECIAL - "WILL THE SONG REMAIN THE SAME?" - SPECIAL COLLECTORS EDITION - Published in 1981 by Modern Day Periodicals, NY - First/Only Printing Magazine - 8 1/8" x 10 27/32" - 66 pages plus 4 pages of the front & back covers - Interior black and white pages printed on newsprint - Full color front cover features stage photos of Jimmy Page, John Bonham and Robert Plant - Inside front and inside back cover features full color photo of Robert Plant on each, while back cover features a photo of both Jimmy Page & Robert Plant in the midst of a tune on stage with John Bonham (?) playing drums in the back ground (his face is not visible, could be a later drummer) with the title "LedZep" in red lettering at upper left corner of the photo and "11-6" in black marker across Jimmy Page's chest (a date code for magazine distribution) - Interior pages features a plethora of black and white photos of the group along with articles / text as well as a special centerfold section of eight (8) pages of full color "posters" / photos of the band members past & present, which includes four separate photo posters of John Bonham by himself, one of Robert Plant, one of Jimmy Page playing guitar on stage and the actual centerfold, which is a double page spread photo of the band members in 1972, standing in front of their limo during the day - A few minor handling bends and dings - Scarce - Pristine B+ condition - Inquire for Availability / Current Price
ROBERT PLANT - PRINCIPLE OF MOMENTS - ATLANTIC PROMOTIONAL POSTER / TOUR POSTER (BLANK VENUE, typeset printing at bottom says "Appearing At:" with space for venue strip, etc. to be attached or filled in) -1983 - First/Only Printing Tour Blank Poster - 20" x 29 7/8" - Printed on thin, white, slick, paper stock - Features a small full color photo of Robert Plant at lower right, with larger photo of a 50's automobile (Chevrolet or Ford?) - Poster was stored rolled - Staple hole per corner, upper right corner has a clean staple rip with minor tiny bits of the corner missing, minor handling bends, a few minor blemishes / dings (difficult to spot), several silverfish bites out of the bottom edge (easily matted out in a frame, about 1/4" coverage would conceal them entirely) - Beautiful B/B+ to B+ condition - 30.00
LED ZEPPELIN - "COMMEMORATING...THE INDUCTION INTO THE ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME LED ZEPPELIN" - Thursday, Jan 12th, 1995 at The WALDORF-ASTORIA GRAND BALLROOM in NEW YORK CITY - First Printing Globe Poster Corp. Window Card Poster - 22 9/64" x 33 3/32" - Printed on gray window card stock - Features 5 7/8" x 9" horizontal photo of all four musicians posed crowded together, looking at the camera (mostt likely a promo photo from Led Zeppelin's lat 60's tour period) printed just below the balck announcement block printing above, with "LED ZEPPELIN" in even larger, bold black, block typeset lettering below, along with four of their hit tune titles around the photo, also in black typset lettering, "Stairway to Heaven", "Whole Lotta Love", "Kashmir" and "Rock and Roll", with split fountain colors in the background, grading from orange at the top area, down to yellow, then to green, and blue at the bottom edge where the venue info is printed - "The Globe Poster Corp. Baltimore, MD" credit is printed in black typeset lettering alont the bottom edge of the poster along with their company logo and phone number at that time - I purchased this poster directly from Globe Poster Corp. in 2002, when it was the only copy they still had available for sale - I'd hazard to guess they only printed 250 to 500 copies of this poster, since window card stock is fairly expensive, as is full color printing - I have not found another copy of this poster for sale anywhere on the web in recent extensive searches on google, although I do recall seeing it listed in ARTROCK's color catalog in 1995 or so - Since it was printed with a silkscreen type printing process, the ink is not solid in places, typical of organic printing on board / card stock of this size, which is observbable in some of the closeup photos I took of it recently - I will forward the photos if one becomes potentially interested in acquiring the poster (I will eventually post a photo on this page) - The poster has a few corner bends, at the lower right corner and upper left corner, along with minor dings & blemishes here and there (although they do not detract from the impact of the poster imagery / body of the poster, so it will look great in a frame or poster book as is! - Scarce these days - Beautiful B+ condition - 325.00 plus shipping (Due to the dimensions of the poster, as well as the window card stock, I will need to use a wide diameter, thick walled, heavy duty mailing tube to protect it's current condition in transit to any US location)
ROBERT PLANT - PRINCIPLE OF MOMENTS - 1983 TOUR BOOK - First/Only Printing Tour Book - 11 63/64" x 11 63/64" - 24 pages, featuring full color and black & white photos printed on white, thick, quality stock - General light wear, handling bends, a few stray marks, bottom center edge have some "warping due to being in a moist atmosphere at one point (only in the white margin area at the bottom of the pages) - Beautiful B/B+ to B+ condition - 20.00
ROBERT PLANT - MANIC NIRVANA - 1990 TOUR BOOK - First/Only Printing Tour Book - 9 7/16" x 12 15/16" - Full color contrast photo / psychedelic artwork, black & white photos, lyrics and some text - General wear along spine (bends, color wear along the edge of the spine) and light front and back cover wear with a few dings at the corners & edges - Beautiful B/B+ to B+ condition - 20.00
LED ZEPPELIN - THE WHO - STEVE MILLER BAND - THE FILLMORE POSTER TIES - 1993 - Mulberry Neckwear, San Anselmo, CA - First/Only Fillmore Poster Ties Promotion Handbill - 8 7/32" x 10 7/8" - Full color promotional flyer printed on slick, white paper - Features the graphics from three different silk dress ties produced by Bill Graham / The Fillmore from the original concert poster artwork - The Randy Tuten BG-199 poster artwork for the November 11, 1969 concert held at Winterland with LED ZEPPELIN, Bonzo Dog Band & Rahsaan Roland Kirk & his Vibration Society appears on three of the ties (the center three in the horizontal layout), all in slightly varying colors from the other two - The concert poster artwork from the Fillmore East show of THE WHO's "TOMMY" is featured on two of the ties and Bonnie MacLean's artwork for the Steve Miller Blues Band concert held at Fillmore Auditorium on May 26 & 27, 1967 appears on the other two ties, each with differing colors - Minor small, light bump at the bottom edge, tiny scrape at lower right corner - I only picked up one copy of this promotional handbill at the 1993 Concert Poster show held at The Hall of Flowers in S.F. - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A-/B+ to A- condition - 35.00
LED ZEPPELIN - CREAM - B.B. KING - THE FILLMORE POSTER TIES - 1993 - Mulberry Neckwear, San Anselmo, CA - First/Only Fillmore Poster Ties Promotion Handbill - 8 1/4" x 10 7/8" - Full color promotional flyer printed on slick, white paper - Features the graphics from three different silk dress ties produced by Bill Graham / The Fillmore from the original concert poster artwork - Two of the ties feature the original Randy Tuten artwork from the BG-155 LED ZEPPELIN, Country Joe & the Fish with Taj Mahal, January 9-11, 1969 at Fillmore West poster of a front view of a Lincoln Continental with Art Deco style lettering - One of the Led Zep ties has slightly different colors than the other style, while the two Cream and B.B. King ties have varying colors as well - Bonnie MacLean's poster artwork from the CREAM, Paul Butterfield Blues Band Fillmore Auditorium concert, August 22-27, 1967 is featured on two ties (with slightly different colors, same artwork) and the B.B. KING, Ballin' Jack & Christian Rapid concert poster artwork by Norman Orr is featured on the other two ties, each with slightly different colors & the same artwork - Minor small bends from light handling - I picked up two copies of this promotional handbill at the 1993 Concert Poster show in S.F. held at The Hall of Flowers - Ultra Mega Rare - Pristine A-/B+ condition - 25.00 each
LED ZEPPELIN - LEGENDS - ProSet Super Stars MusiCards - Ca. 1991 - Produced by Winterland Productions Rock Express - First Printing Rock Star Trading Cards - 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" - Total of Eight (8) cards featuring full color photos of Led Zeppelin - Includes: One (1) copy of card #258 featuring the epic BG-199 LED ZEPPELIN Randy Tuten poster image + Two (2) copies of card #21, which features a full color horizontal photo of the heads of the four members of the band seen peering over the top of a wall + One (1) copy of card #22, featuring a full color horizontal photo of the four band members on stage with a black background + Two (2) copies of card #23, featuring a full color horizontal photo of the band on a lit stage, warming up + One (1) copy of card #24, which features a full color vertical view of the four musicians posed & sitting + One (1) copy of card #25 featuring a horizontal full color photo of the four band members in action on a lit stage, with a black back ground - I only have this one group of the 8 cards available for sale - All of the cards are in Pristine A/A- Condition - All Eight (8) cards for 19.00
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