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Interview with Scott Tilson, co-founder of Psychedelic Art Exchange – Record Setting Grateful Dead Poster

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Grateful Dead FD-26 Skeleton and Roses Concert Poster auctioned for World Record Price of $50,600!

The article posted on PAE’s website referencing the interview:
https://concertpostergallery.com/pae-blog/why-vintage-concert-posters-are-setting-record-prices-now

Update: On May 16th 2019, a 1966 FD 26 CGC Graded 9.8 sold for $56,400

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J. Levine Auction & Appraisal, May 11th; The Psychedelic Art Exchange, May 10th; Bruneau & Co., May 12th

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The Psychedelic Art Exchange’s vintage concert poster auction, online now and ending Thursday, May 10th at 9 pm Eastern, features 210 rare, highly collectible handbills and posters that are being sold without reserve and with a one dollar starting bid per lot.

Psychedelic Art Exchange Launches Rare Concert Poster Auction Featuring the Grateful Dead, Chuck Berry and Many Others

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The Psychedelic Art Exchange is launching an online auction featuring rare concert posters from the likes of Grateful Dead, Chuck Berry, The Doors, Velvet Underground, Cream and more, totaling over 200 posters.

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WHAT ARE YOUR GRATEFUL DEAD POSTERS WORTH?

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Those posters once taped to your wall could fetch a pretty penny these days. There are many talented artists that created psychedelic concert posters in the 1960Æs.  

Today, Psychedelic Art Exchange (PAE) is a premier source to buy, sell and learn about 1960s Psychedelic Rock Concert Posters. 

Co Founder Glen Trosch  an internationally acknowledged expert in 1960s ôPop Cultureö collectibles with a special emphasis on rare and highly sought after paper collectible categories including Psychedelic Rock Concert Posters, Comics, and rare books, magazines and newspapers. 

Glen Trosh talks with WBAL's Mary Beth Marsden about his passion to collect this art.

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Writing on the Wall – A Hampden gallery proves hippie posters are works of art.

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