Rare Family Dog Tribal Stomp FD-1 and Tribute to Dr. Strange Concert Posters Highlight Psychedelic Art Exchange Auction

200 CGC Graded Vintage Concert Posters are being auctioned with no reserves

BALTIMORE,MARYLAND (PRWEB) JUNE 09, 2017

Psychedelic Art Exchange announces the world's largest auction of vintage 1960's concert posters that have all been independently graded and authenticated by CGC. The auction is now underway and ends Thursday, June 15, 2017, at 9:00 pm ET. All posters are being sold unreserved and have starting bids of $100 or less.

Some of major CGC concert poster rarities appearing at public auction for the very time include:

Jefferson Airplane Tribal Stomp FD-1 Concert Poster CGC Graded 6.0

Tribute to Dr. Strange Concert Poster CGC Graded 5.0

Daily Flash Avalon Ballroom FD-7 Concert Poster CGC Graded 8.5

Grateful Dead/Jefferson Airplane BG-74 Concert Poster CGC Graded 8.0

Grateful Dead Skull and Roses FD-26 Concert Poster CGC Graded 9.4

"Independent third party authentication and grading by CGC has led to exponential growth in the market," stated Scott Tilson, of Psychedelic Art Exchange. "Collectors can now buy these posters with confidence and ease. They know they're getting exactly what pay for."

"CGC is the trusted world leader for independent, third party authentication and grading of collectibles," explained Tilson. "They have graded literally billions of dollars of rare coins, paper money and comic books. So, it's easy to understand why collector's are now snapping up CGC graded concert posters whenever they become available."

The auction contains 200 vintage 1960's concert posters promoted by Bill Graham at the Fillmore Auditorium, Chet Helms' Family Dog at the Avalon Ballroom, and Russ Gibb at the Grande Ballroom.

Bands on the posters include Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Janis Joplin, Chuck Berry, Cream, Jefferson Airplane, and many others.

"We just published a free Collectors Guide that explains these beautiful posters are historically important and issued in tiny quantities. Very few survive today," added Tilson. "When collectors compare our $100 opening bids to mass produced coins, comic books and baseball cards that can be worth millions, they get very excited. That's why demand is growing so fast!"

Want to learn more?

Get your free Concert Poster Collector's Guide and check out the auction at ConcertPosterGallery.com