A scarce, oversized, high-quality litho from 1966 depicting Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelley’s famous FD-27 concert poster in all of its bright red & green glory.
This art print was definitely done before the scheduled concerts, although the shows were ultimately canceled. Which is a shame, because they would have featured two real legends: Howlin’ Wolf and Janis Joplin sharing the same stage.
This Howlin’ Wolf concert poster is enthusiastically displayed, in a high-quality frame, by long-time collector and music historian Peter J. Howard. Since that’s me, I can be reached via firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling up (805) 540-0020. And please remember that I pay TOP DOLLAR IN THE HOBBY, period, for rare, cool and collectible concert-related memorabilia from the 1960s on back.
A fun, original Aretha Franklin window card from Chicago, Illinois that lists several of her most beloved hits, including “Respect,” “Chain of Fools,” “I Say a Little Prayer” and “You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman.”
This vintage Aretha Franklin placard is enthusiastically dissected by decades-long collector Pete Howard. That’s me, and you can reach me at email@example.com or by calling  540-0020. And please remember that I pay the BEST PRICES IN THE HOBBY, period, for vintage R&B show posters like this.
To see photos of a few more scarce, collectible rhythm and blues concert posters even older than this Aretha, just click on this page right here on my Web site: http://www.postercentral.com/rhythmnblues.htm
An amazing, collectible January 1966 advertising handbill for the Matrix nightclub in San Francisco’s Fillmore district, featuring three pillars of the S.F. psych-rock scene when they were just starting out: the Grateful Dead, the Jefferson Airplane and Big Brother & the Holding Company.
This early Matrix concert handbill is presented, with a brief history lesson, by California collector Peter Howard. That’s me, and if you wish to reach me, I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (805) 540-0020. Do keep in mind that I pay the BEST PRICES IN THE HOBBY, period, for the very oldest examples of San Francisco psych-rock memorabilia, especially 1965 and ’66.
To see a few more important psychedelic rock advertising pieces in the form of posters, just skip over to this page right here on my Web site: http://www.postercentral.com/psychedelic.htm
A charismatic, fascinating 1965 Capitol Records promotional store display, with moving parts, for The Beatles’ new album at the time, the soundtrack to their Help! movie.
This Help! promo store display is enthusiastically discussed by long-time Fab Four fanatic Pete Howard. That’s me, and you can contact me at email@example.com or by dialing (805) 540-0020. And remember that I willingly pay TOP DOLLAR IN THE HOBBY, bar none, for vintage Beatles Capitol Records retail store displays like this.
To read my big article from 1995 that discusses in-depth original Beatles point-of-purchase items from Capitol Records, just scroll over to this page right here on my site: http://www.postercentral.com/goldmine-promoposters.htm
A fun, authentic Doors concert poster from August 5, 1967 when they played at the Earl Warren Showgrounds in Santa Barbara, California.
This old Doors event broadside is enthusiastically discussed by long-time fan Pete Howard, who bought their first LP in 1967. That’s me, and I can be talked with at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (805) 540-0020. And please remember that I pay TOP DOLLAR IN THE HOBBY, period, for vintage Doors concert memorabilia like this.