Lot 87 of 426:
Jefferson Airplane & others at the Fillmore 1966  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$450
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Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, Andrew Staples and others at the Fillmore Auditorium September 2-5, 1966

Wilson, Wes, artist

San Francisco

Bill Graham Presents



Color poster. 51.5x34 cm. (20¼x13-3/8").

A nice example of Wilson's first poster to incorporate a nude portrait of his wife Eva, although the unclad female form would soon become a recognizable feature of his work. The first printing, of which this is an example, was done before the concert on thin stock, and the colors vary substantially within the press run. These originals can be distinguished from the reprints by the absence of the "#26" which appears after "Wes Wilson '66". 

Lot Amendments

A bit of general light wear, pinholes to corners, a bit of tape residue to backside; very good or better.

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