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$15,000 Reward Announced for Jimi Hendrix Dorton Arena Fairgrounds 4/11/69 Globe Concert Poster by Psychedelic Art Exchange

Record prices offered for all Jimi Hendrix concert posters and Globe concert posters

BALTIMORE (PRWEB) MAY 22, 2019

A $15,000 reward has just been announced by Psychedelic Art Exchange for anyone that has an authentic Jimi Hendrix Dorton Arena Fairgrounds concert poster. The rare concert poster promotes a single performance by the Jimi Hendrix Experience that took place at the Dorton Arena Fairgrounds on Friday, April 11, 1969.

A $15,000 reward is offered for this Jim Hendrix Dorton Arena concert poster.

A $15,000 reward is offered for this Jim Hendrix Dorton Arena concert poster.

"We recently found a copy of the famous Jimi Hendrix Dorton Arena Fairgrounds concert poster from 4/11/69 that generated tremendous interest around the world," explained Scott Tilson of Psychedelic Art Exchange, the auction house offering the reward. "Now we have 2 other collectors begging us for this important concert poster. We're hoping our $15,000 reward brings at least one seller out of the woodwork. Folks need to know we would be thrilled to acquire this special poster in any condition and we're willing to pay a world record price to get it," explained Tilson.

The Jimi Hendrix Dorton Arena Fairgrounds concert poster is highly sought after because it is a Globe concert poster. Few were produced and just a small number have survived the past 50 years. If you have a Jimi Hendrix Dorton Arena Fairgrounds concert poster, or any other Jimi Hendrix concert posters, or Globe concert posters you wish to sell, call Scott Tilson at 435-659-1660 or email Scott (at) ConcertPosterGallery.com

Grateful Dead FD-26 Skeleton and Roses Concert Poster Auctioned for Record Price of $56,400 by Psychedelic Art Exchange

Record smashed as interest in vintage 1960's concert posters explodes

BALTIMORE (PRWEB) MAY 21, 2019

A rare 1966 Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses concert poster realized a world record price of $56,400 in an auction held May 16, 2019 by Psychedelic Art Exchange. The concert poster was independently authenticated and graded by Certified Guaranty Company (CGC) as 9.8 on a scale of 10, and generated bids from collectors around the world.

This Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses concert poster recently sold for a record $56,400

This Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses concert poster recently sold for a record $56,400

"The interest this poster received was simply staggering,," stated Scott Tilson, of Psychedelic Art Exchange. " The record price was the result of a perfect storm …the most iconic image of a beloved band, in the finest CGC graded condition ever to appear at public auction. Many collectors believe 1960’s concert posters represent a tremendous bargain at today’s price levels.”

The auction featured 200 vintage concert posters and handbills that had been independently certified by CGC, the world's leader in third party authentication of collectibles. The auction had a 100% sell through, a very rare occurrence for any collectibles auction.

Other highlights of the auction included:

Jimi Hendrix Fillmore East AOR 2.90 concert poster CGC graded 8.5, sold for $7,800.
Grateful Dead Carousel Ballroom concert poster CGC graded 9.8 sold for $3,300.
Bo Diddley Avalon Ballroom concert Poster CGC graded 9.8 sold for $3,900.

"These record prices are the result of independent third party authentication and grading by CGC,” added Tilson. "Collectors can bid with confidence, knowing they are receiving exactly what they bargained for. It’s really led to a massive expansion in the number of collectors participating in this marketplace. “

Psychedelic Art Exchange has published a free collector’s guide, Insider Secrets of the Vintage Concert Poster Market. To get the report, visit ConcertPosterGallery.com

Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses FD-26 Concert Poster Headlines Psychedelic Art Exchange Auction

Finest quality CGC graded specimen ever auctioned could command world record price

BALTIMORE (PRWEB) MAY 08, 2019

A museum quality specimen of the legendary Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses FD-26 concert poster is now open for bids. The poster has been independently authenticated and graded 9.8 by CGC, the finest quality CGC graded example to ever cross the auction block.

The finest Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses concert poster to ever appear at auction.

The finest Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses concert poster to ever appear at auction.

The poster is offered by Psychedelic Art Exchange at https://concertpostergallery.com. Bidding is now open and ends Thursday, May 16th, at 9:00pm eastern. The poster is widely expected to exceed the world record price of $50,600 that was realized for a CGC graded 9.4 specimen that was auctioned off by Psychedelic Art Exchange on August 9, 2018.

"This is universally recognized as one of the 'Holy Grails' of the entire genre," explains Glen Trosch, President of Psychedelic Art Exchange. "That's because this poster has history, rarity, quality, and one of the most famous counter culture images, all in one mind-blowing package."

The poster was designed by legendary concert poster artists Alton Kelley and Stanley Mouse. It was used to promote two Grateful Dead concerts held September 16th and 17th, 1966 at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco, Ca. The famous "Skeleton and Roses" design would later be appropriated by the band as their logo.

"The quality of this poster is simply astonishing," added Trosch. "It's so bright and fresh that it's hard to believe it's over 50 years old. It's easy to understand why CGC graded it 9.8, the highest grade to ever appear at auction. That's why our phones are ringing off the hook!"

The auction also features over 200 other vintage 1960's concert posters. All of the posters have been independently authenticated and graded by CGC, the world leader for independent third party authentication and grading of collectibles. All lots are being sold unreserved and all lots have a starting bid of just $1.00. Check out the auction at https://concertpostergallery.com

Grateful Dead 1966 Skeleton and Roses Concert Poster Brings World Record Price of $50,600 in Psychedelic Art Exchange Auction

Records smashes as interest in vintage concert posters explodes

BALTIMORE (PRWEB) AUGUST 16, 2018

A rare 1966 Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses concert poster realized a world record price of $50,600 in an auction held August 9, 2018 by Psychedelic Art Exchange. The poster was independently authenticated and graded by Certified Guaranty Company (CGC) as 9.4 on a scale of 10, and generated interest from collectors around the world.

This iconic Grateful Dead Concert Poster was auctioned off for a world record price of $50,600.

This iconic Grateful Dead Concert Poster was auctioned off for a world record price of $50,600.

"This is just the latest in a series of record prices we have seen recently in our auctions," stated Glen Trosch, President of Psychedelic Art Exchange. " Collectors are excited about bidding on these concert posters now that third party authentication and grading is available from CGC."

The auction featured 225 vintage concert posters and handbills that had been independently certified by CGC, the world's leader in third party authentication of collectibles. The auction had a 100% sell through, a very rare occurrence for any collectibles auction.

Other record prices that were highlights of the auction include:

Tribute to Dr. Strange 1965 Handbill CGC Graded 8.0, sold for $6,325.
Jimi Hendrix CNE Auditorium 1968 Concert Poster CGC graded 9.6 sold for $4,887.
Van Morrison Avalon Ballroom 1967 Concert poster CGC Graded 9.9 realized $546.00

"Needless to say, these record prices made our consignors very happy," added Trosch. "Our phone is ringing off the hook from long time concert poster collectors that are looking to take advantage of these new price levels. After waiting over 50 years, many believe now is the perfect time to sell. "

Psychedelic Art Exchange is now accepting consignments for its next auction scheduled for October, 2018. They have also recently published a free report, Insider Secrets of the Vintage Concert Poster Market - 2018. For more information, visit ConcertPosterGallery.com

Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses 1966 Concert Poster Headlines Psychedlic Art Exchange Auction

Legendary Finest Known by Eric King Specimen expected to command world record price

BALTIMORE (PRWEB) JULY 31, 2018

The Finest Known by Eric King Specimen of the legendary 1966 Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses FD-26 concert poster is now up for auction. The poster has been independently authenticated and graded 9.4 by CGC, the finest quality CGC graded example to ever cross the auction block.

The poster, expected to command a world record price, is offered by Psychedelic Art Exchange at https://concertpostergallery.com. Bidding is now open and ends Thursday, August 9th, at 9:00pm eastern.

The finest quality specimen of the 1966 Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses concert poster to appear at auction

The finest quality specimen of the 1966 Grateful Dead Skeleton and Roses concert poster to appear at auction

"This is universally recognized as one of the 'Holy Grails' of the entire genre," explains Glen Trosch, President of Psychedelic Art Exchange. "That's because this poster has history, rarity, quality, and one of the most famous counter culture images, all in one mind-blowing package."

The poster was designed by legendary concert poster artists Alton Kelley and Stanley Mouse. It was used to promote two Grateful Dead concerts held September 16th and 17th, 1966 at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco, Ca. The famous "Skeleton and Roses" design would later be appropriated by the band as their logo.

"The quality of this poster is simply astonishing," added Trosch. "It's so bright and fresh that it's hard to believe it's almost 52 years old. It's easy to understand why CGC graded it 9.4, the highest grade to appear at auction. But what's even more impressive is that Eric King, the man that literally wrote the book, says this is the finest quality specimen he has seen in the past five decades. That's why our phones are ringing off the hook!"

Eric King is the famous concert poster expert, researcher and author of "The Collector's Guide to Psychedelic Rock Concert Posters and Handbills, 1966-1973." On the back of the poster King has inscribed, "In terms of condition, this is the best copy I have ever seen."

The auction also features over 200 other vintage 1960's concert posters. All of the posters have been independently authenticated and graded by CGC, the world leader for independent third party authentication and grading of collectibles. All lots are being sold unreserved and all lots have a starting bid of just $1.00. Check out the auction at https://concertpostergallery.com

Rare Jimi Hendrix Concert Poster from The Factory 2/27/68 Highlights Auction By Psychedelic Art Exchange

175 Vintage Concert Posters are being Sold Without Reserves

BALTIMORE (PRWEB) OCTOBER 26, 2017

Psychedelic Art Exchange announces their October auction of vintage 1960's concert posters, is now open for bidding. The auction ends Thursday, November 2, 2017, at 9:00 pm ET. All posters are being sold unreserved and have starting bids of $100 or less.

This rare Jimi Hendrix concert poster is being offered at auction for the first time ever

This rare Jimi Hendrix concert poster is being offered at auction for the first time ever

The auction includes an ultra rare Jimi Hendrix concert poster that promotes two shows at The Factory in Madison, February 27, 1968. It is the very first time this poster has been offered at public auction.

Other major rarities being auctioned include:

A very rare Grateful Dead Concert poster from Northern Illinois University dated 10/29/77.

A Grateful Dead Concert poster Signed by Jerry Garcia dated 9/19/78.

A Doors concert poster from Berkeley, California dated 10/16/67.
A rare handbill from Tom Petty's Mudcrutch dated 7/10/71.
Original artwork by the legendary artist, Stanley Mouse.

A San Francisco State Acid Test flyer dated 1966.

In total, the auction offers 175 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 featured on the concert posters include The Rolling Stones, Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Janis Joplin, Chuck Berry, Jefferson Airplane, and many others.

"We just published a free Collectors Guide that explains these beautiful concert posters are historically important and issued in tiny quantities. Very few survive today," explained Glen Trosch, of Psychedelic art Exchange. "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

$10,000 Reward Announced for Family Dog FD-3 Paul Butterfield Fillmore Auditorium 3/25/66 Concert Poster by Psychedelic Art Exchange

World record prices offered for Family Dog concert posters and Fillmore Auditorium concert posters in any condition.

PARK CITY, UTAH (PRWEB) AUGUST 23, 2017

A $10,000 reward has just been announced by Psychedelic Art Exchange for anyone that has an authentic, undamaged original first printing of the Family Dog FD-3 Concert Poster. The rare concert poster promotes 3 days of performances by the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Quicksilver Messenger Service that took place at the Fillmore Auditorium on March 25,26 and 27, 1966.

Family Dog FD-3 Paul Butterfield Blues Band Fillmore Auditorium 3/25/66 Concert poster

Family Dog FD-3 Paul Butterfield Blues Band Fillmore Auditorium 3/25/66 Concert poster

"We recently auctioned off a copy of the famous FD-3 concert poster that generated tremendous interest around the world," explained Scott Tilson of Psychedelic Art Exchange, the auction house offering the reward. "Now we have 2 other collectors begging us for this important concert poster. We're hoping our $10,000 reward for an undamaged copy brings at least one seller out of the woodwork. Collectors need to know we would be thrilled to acquire this special poster in any condition and we're willing to pay a world record price to get it," explained Tilson.

The Family Dog concert poster has special historical significance because it is just the third in the Family Dog concert poster series. Just a few hundred original first printings were produced and just a small fraction of those are known to exist today. If you have a Family Dog FD-3 Paul Butterfield 3/25/66 concert poster you wish to sell, or any other Family Dog or Fillmore Auditorium concert posters from 1966, call Scott Tilson at 435-659-1660 or email Scott (at) ConcertPosterGallery.com

$15,000 Reward Announced for Family Dog FD-12 Grateful Dead Avalon Ballroom 6/10/66 Concert Poster by Psychedelic Art Exchange

World record prices offered for 1966 Family Dog concert posters in any condition.

PARK CITY, UTAH (PRWEB) JULY 27, 2017

A $15,000 reward has just been announced by Psychedelic Art Exchange for anyone that has an authentic, undamaged original first printing of the Family Dog FD-12 Concert Poster. The concert poster promotes two days of performances by the Grateful Dead that took place at the Avalon Ballroom on June 10 and 11,1966.

"We recently auctioned off a copy of the FD-12 concert poster that generated tremendous interest around the world," explained Scott Tilson of Psychedelic Art Exchange, the auction house offering the reward. "Now we have a few other collectors begging us for this important concert poster. We're hoping our $15,000 reward for an undamaged copy brings at least one seller out of the woodwork. Collectors need to know we would be thrilled to acquire this special poster in any condition and we're willing to pay a world record price to get it," explained Tilson.

The Family Dog FD-12 Grateful Dead concert poster has special historical significance because it's the very first time the Grateful Dead and an image of a skull appeared together. Soon thereafter, the skull became the Grateful Dead's trademark.

Around 1000 original first printings were produced and just a small fraction of those are known to exist today. If you have a Family Dog FD-12 Grateful Dead concert poster you wish to sell, or any other Family Dog Avalon Ballroom concert posters from 1966, call Scott Tilson at 435-659-1660 or email Scott (at) ConcertPosterGallery.com

$30,000 Reward Announced for Family Dog FD-14 Big Brother and The Holding Company Avalon Ballroom 6/24/66 Concert Poster by Psychedelic Art Exchange

World record prices offered for 1966 Family Dog Avalon Ballroom concert posters in any condition.

PARK CITY, UTAH (PRWEB) JULY 25, 2017

A $30,000 reward has just been announced by Psychedelic Art Exchange for anyone that has an authentic, undamaged original first printing of the Family Dog FD-14 "Zig Zag Man" Concert Poster. The concert poster promotes two performances by Big Brother and The Holding Company and Quicksilver Messenger Service that took place at the Avalon Ballroom on June 24 and 25, 1966.

Family Dog FD-14 Big Brother and The Holding Company Avalon Ballroom 6/24/66 Concert Poster

Family Dog FD-14 Big Brother and The Holding Company Avalon Ballroom 6/24/66 Concert Poster

"We recently auctioned off a copy of the famous FD-14 Zig Zag Man concert poster that generated tremendous interest around the world," explained Scott Tilson of Psychedelic Art Exchange, the auction house offering the reward. "Now we have 2 other collectors begging us for this important concert poster. We're hoping our $30,000 reward for an undamaged copy brings at least one seller out of the woodwork. Collectors need to know we would be thrilled to acquire this special poster in any condition and we're willing to pay a world record price to get it," explained Tilson.

The Family Dog FD-14 Zig Zag Man concert poster has special historical significance because it is the very first time that the legendary artists Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelley collaborated on a poster together. The famous duo would go on to create dozens of concert posters together that are widely recognized to be amongst the finest ever created. About 1500 original first printings were produced and just a small fraction of those are known to exist today. If you have a Family Dog FD-14 Zig Zag Man concert poster you wish to sell, or any other Family Dog Avalon Ballroom concert posters from 1966, call Scott Tilson at 435-659-1660 or email Scott (at) ConcertPosterGallery.com

$30,000 Reward Announced for Bill Graham BG-2 Batman Fillmore Auditorium 3/18/66 Concert Poster by Psychedelic Art Exchange

World record prices offered for 1966 Bill Graham Fillmore Auditorium concert posters in any condition.

PARK CITY, UTAH (PRWEB) JULY 22, 2017

A $30,000 reward has just been announced by Psychedelic Art Exchange for anyone that has an authentic, undamaged original first printing of the Bill Graham BG-2 Batman Concert Poster. The concert poster promotes 3 days of performances by various bands that took place at the Fillmore Auditorium on March 18, 19 and 20, 1966.

World record price offered for this Bill Graham BG-2 Batman Fillmore Auditorium 3/18/66 concert poster

World record price offered for this Bill Graham BG-2 Batman Fillmore Auditorium 3/18/66 concert poster

"We recently auctioned off a reprint of the Bill Graham BG-2 Batman concert poster that generated tremendous interest around the world," explained Scott Tilson of Psychedelic Art Exchange, the auction house offering the reward. "Now we have 2 other collectors begging us to find an original first printing of this important concert poster. We're hoping our $30,000 reward for an undamaged copy brings at least one seller out of the woodwork. Collectors need to know we would be thrilled to acquire this special poster in any condition and we're willing to pay a world record price to get it," explained Tilson.

The Bill Graham BG-2 Batman concert poster has special historical significance because it is just the second in the entire Bill Graham Fillmore Auditorium concert poster series. Just 500 original first printings were produced and just a small fraction of those are known to exist today.

If you have a Bill Graham BG-2 Batman concert poster you wish to sell, or any other Bill Graham Fillmore Auditorium concert posters from 1966, call Scott Tilson at 435-659-1660 or email Scott (at) ConcertPosterGallery.com

Bob Dylan, Grateful Dead, and The Doors Concert Posters Highlight Psychedelic Art Exchange Auction

200 vintage concert posters with CGC Grading are being auctioned with no reserves.

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND (PRWEB) JULY 19, 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, July 27, 2017 at 9:00 pm ET. All posters are being sold unreserved and have starting bids of $100 or less.

Highlights of the auction include:

Led Zeppelin BG170 Concert Poster

Led Zeppelin BG170 Concert Poster

Grateful Dead Hawaii Aoxomoxoa AOR 3.116 Concert Poster

Family Dog FD-1 Tribal Stomp Concert Poster

Bob Dylan Concert Handbill AOR 1.101

The Doors BG-186 Concert Poster

Led Zeppelin BG 170 Concert Poster

"Independent third party authentication and grading by CGC has led to an exponential growth in this 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 they paid for."

The auction contains 200 vintage 1960's concert poster, handbills and postcards 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, Bob Dylan, Chuck Berry, Janis Joplin and many others.

"We just published a free Collectors Guide that shows these beautiful posters are historically important and issued in tiny quantities. Very few survive today," explained Tilson. "When you 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 Collectors Guide and check out the auction at ConcertPosterGallery.com.

$25,000 Reward Announced for BG-105 Jimi Hendrix Fillmore Auditorium 2/1/68 Concert Poster by Psychedelic Art Exchange

World record prices offered for Jimi Hendrix concert posters.

PARK CITY, UTAH (PRWEB) JULY 15, 2017

A $25,000 reward has just been announced by Psychedelic Art Exchange for anyone that has an authentic, undamaged original first printing of the Bill Graham BG-105 Concert Poster. The concert poster promotes four days of performances by Jimi Hendrix that took place at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, California, on February 1,2,3, and 4 1966.

World record price offered for this Bill Graham BG-105 Jimi Hendrix Fillmore Auditorium 2/1/68 concert poster

World record price offered for this Bill Graham BG-105 Jimi Hendrix Fillmore Auditorium 2/1/68 concert poster

"We recently auctioned off a copy of the BG-105 concert poster that generated tremendous interest around the world," explained Scott Tilson of Psychedelic Art Exchange, the auction house offering the reward. "Now we have a few other collectors begging us for this important concert poster. We're hoping our $25,000 reward for an undamaged copy brings at least one seller out of the woodwork. Collectors need to know we would be thrilled to acquire this special poster in any condition and we're willing to pay a world record price to get it," explained Tilson.

The Bill Graham BG-105 Jimi Hendrix concert poster has special historical significance because it's considered the very finest poster ever created by the legendary artist, Rick Griffin. Just a few thousand original first printings were produced and just a small fraction of those are known to exist today.

If you have a Bill Graham BG-105 Jim Hendrix concert poster you wish to sell, or any other Jimi Hendrix concert posters, call Scott Tilson at 435-659-1660 or email Scott (at) http://concertpostergallery.com

$20,000 Reward Announced for Jefferson Airplane Fillmore Auditorium 2/4/66 Concert Poster by Psychedelic Art Exchange

World record prices offered for 1966 Bill Graham Fillmore Auditorium concert posters.

PARK CITY, UTAH (PRWEB) JULY 14, 2017

A $20,000 reward has just been announced by Psychedelic Art Exchange for anyone that has an authentic, undamaged original first printing of the Bill Graham BG-1 Concert Poster with Peter Bailey artist credit. The concert poster promotes three days of performances by the Jefferson Airplane at the Fillmore Auditorium February 4, 5 and 6,1966.

"We recently auctioned off a copy of the BG-1 concert poster with Peter Bailey credit that generated tremendous interest around the world," explained Scott Tilson of Psychedelic Art Exchange, the auction house offering the reward. "Now we have a few other collectors begging us for this important concert poster. We're hoping our $20,000 reward for an undamaged copy brings at least one seller out of the woodwork. Collectors need to know we would be thrilled to acquire this special poster and we're willing to pay a world record price to get it," explained Tilson.

The BG-1 Jefferson Airplane Fillmore Auditorium concert poster has special historical significance because it's the very first created in the Bill Graham Fillmore Auditorium concert poster series. Just 500 posters were originally produced and just 150 credit the artist, Peter Bailey. Just a small fraction of the posters that were originally produced are known to exist today.

If anyone has a BG-1 Jefferson Airplane concert poster they wish to sell, or any other Bill Graham Fillmore Auditorium concert posters from 1966, call Scott Tilson at 435-659-1660 or email Scott(at)ConcertPosterGallery(dot)com

$50,000 Reward Announced for Family Dog FD-26 Grateful Dead Avalon Ballroom 9/16/66 Concert Poster by Psychedelic Art Exchange

World record prices offered for Family Dog Avalon Ballroom concert posters from 1966 in any condition.

PARK CITY, UTAH (PRWEB) JULY 13, 2017

A $50,000 reward has just been announced by Psychedelic Art Exchange for anyone that has an authentic, undamaged original first printing of the Family Dog FD-26 Concert Poster. The concert poster promotes two days of performances by the Grateful Dead that took place at the Avalon Ballroom on September 16 and 17, 1966.

"We recently auctioned off a copy of the FD-26 concert poster that generated tremendous interest around the world," explained Scott Tilson of Psychedelic Art Exchange, the auction house offering the reward. "Now we have a few other collectors begging us for this important concert poster. We're hoping our $50,000 reward for an undamaged copy brings at least one seller out of the woodwork. Collectors need to know we would be thrilled to acquire this special poster in any condition and we're willing to pay a world record price to get it," explained Tilson.

The Family Dog FD-26 Grateful Dead concert poster has special historical significance because it's the very first time the Grateful Dead and an image of skull and roses appeared together. Soon thereafter, the skull and roses became the Grateful Dead's trademark. Around 1500 original first printings were produced and just a small fraction of those are known to exist today. If you have a Family Dog FD-26 Grateful Dead concert poster you wish to sell, or any other Family Dog Avalon Ballroom concert posters from 1966, call Scott Tilson at 435-659-1660 or email Scott (at)ConcertPosterGallery.com

$45,000 Reward Announced for Family Dog FD-2 King Kong Memorial Dance Concert Poster by Psychedelic Art Exchange

Concert poster promoting The Great Society and Big Brother and the Holding Company at the Fillmore Auditorium 2/26/66 sought in any condition.

PARK CITY, UTAH (PRWEB) JULY 11, 2017

A $45,000 reward has just been announced by Psychedelic Art Exchange for anyone that has an authentic, undamaged original first printing of the Family Dog FD-2 King Kong Memorial Dance Concert Poster. The rare concert poster promotes a performance by The Great Society and Big Brother and the Holding Company that took place at the Fillmore Auditorium on February 26, 1966.

"We recently auctioned off a copy of the famous FD-1 Tribal Stomp concert poster that generated tremendous interest around the world," explained Scott Tilson of Psychedelic Art Exchange, the auction house offering the reward. "Now we have collectors begging us for the FD-2 concert poster which is even rarer. We're hoping our $45,000 reward for an undamaged copy brings at least one seller out of the woodwork. Collectors need to know we would be thrilled to acquire this special poster in any condition and we're willing to pay a world record price to get it," explained Tilson

The Family Dog FD-2 King Kong Memorial concert poster has special historical significance because it is just the second in the Family Dog concert poster series. Less than 500 original first printings were produced and just a small fraction of those are known to exist today. If you have a Family Dog FD-2 King Kong Memorial Dance concert poster you wish to sell, or any other Family Dog or Fillmore Auditorium concert posters from 1966, call Scott Tilson at 435-659-1660 or email Scott (at) ConcertPosterGallery.com

$50,000 Reward Announced for Family Dog Tribal Stomp FD-1 Concert Poster by Psychedelic Art Exchange

Poster promoting Jefferson Airplane and Big Brother and the Holding Company at the Fillmore Auditorium 2/19/66 sought in any condition.

PARK CITY, UTAH (PRWEB) JULY 07, 2017

A $50,000 reward has just been announced by Psychedelic Art Exchange for anyone that has an authentic, undamaged original first printing of the Family Dog Tribal Stomp FD-1 Concert Poster. The rare concert poster promotes a performance by Jefferson Airplane and Big Brother and the Holding Company that took place at the Fillmore Auditorium on February 19, 1966.

"We recently auctioned off a copy of the famous FD-1 Tribal Stomp concert poster that generated tremendous interest around the world," explained Scott Tilson of Psychedelic Art Exchange, the auction house offering the reward. "Now we have 4 other collectors begging us for this important concert poster. We're hoping our $50,000 reward for an undamaged copy brings at least one seller out of the woodwork. Collectors need to know we would be thrilled to acquire this special poster in any condition and we're willing to pay a world record price to get it," explained Tilson.

The Family Dog Tribal Stomp FD-1 concert poster has special historical significance because it is the very first in the Family Dog concert poster series. Just 250 original first printings were produced and just a small fraction of those are known to exist today. If you have a Family Dog Tribal Stomp FD-1 concert poster you wish to sell, or any other Family Dog concert posters from 1966, call Scott Tilson at 435-659-1660 or email Scott (at) ConcertPosterGallery.com

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!"

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Rare Grateful Dead Troupers Club Concert Poster Designed by 1960's Counterculture Icon Owsley Stanley to be Auctioned by Psychedelic Art Exchange

Famed LSD Imprresario Tim Scully has owned the poster for over 51 years.

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND (PRWEB) APRIL 21, 2017

An ultra rare Grateful Dead concert poster designed by 1960's counterculture icon Owsley Stanley, is being auctioned April 27, 2017 by Psychedelic Art Exchange. The poster was created for a March 25, 1966 Grateful Dead Concert held at The Troupers Club in Los Angeles, California. This specimen was previously unknown to the collectibles world, and is one of just 4-5 copies known to exist.

The consigner of the poster is famed LSD impresario Tim Scully, who has owned the poster for the past 51 years. Scully is the subject of the recently released and critically praised documentary, The Sunshine Makers. The Sunshine Makers is the story of Tim Scully and Nick Sand, the unlikely duo that found themselves at the center of the 1960's American drug counterculture.

The winning bidder in the auction will also get the opportunity to meet Tim Scully and learn all the details about his time with The Grateful Dead, Owsley Stanley, and his experience as one of history’s central figures in the manufacture of LSD.

"This is much more than just a concert poster," explained Glen Trosch of Psychedelic Art Exchange. "The story of this poster, who designed it, who owned it, and the LSD labs it visited, sounds like a movie, which it actually is. Collectors are telling us they're really excited!"

To learn more about the auction, which also features over 50 other 1960's concert posters, visit ConcertPosterGallery.com.

Andy Warhol Concert Poster Brings Record Price of $23,575 at Psychedelic Art Exchange Auction

Many records smashed as interest in Vintage 1960's Concert posters explodes

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND (PRWEB) APRIL 20, 2017

A rare Andy Warhol and the Velvet Underground concert poster realized a world record price of $23,575 in an auction held April 9, 2017 by Psychedelic Art Exchange. The poster was independently authenticated and graded by Certified Guaranty Company (CGC) as 9.6 on a scale of 10, and generated interest from collectors around the world.

"This is just the latest in a series of record prices we have seen recently in our auctions," stated Glen Trosch, President of Psychedelic Art Exchange. " Collectors are excited about bidding on these concert posters now that third party authentication and grading is available from CGC."

The auction featured 124 vintage concert posters and handbills that had been independently certified by CGC, the world's leader in third party authentication of collectibles. The auction had a 100% sell through, a very rare occurrence for any collectibles auction.

Other record prices that were highlights of the auction include:

Grateful Dead Southern Oregon College concert poster 2/4/68, CGC Graded 9.8, sold for $17,262.

Jefferson Airplane Fillmore Auditorium concert poster (BG-222), 2/23/70, CGC 9.6, sold for $13,812.

Chuck Berry Fillmore Auditorium concert poster (BG-55), 3/17/67, CGC 9.8, sold for $817.

Grateful Dead Lake Tahoe concert poster, CGC graded 9.4, sold for $1852.

"Needless to say, these record prices made our consignors very happy," added Trosch. "Our phone is ringing off the hook from long time concert poster collectors that are looking to take advantage of these new price levels. After waiting over 50 years, many believe now is the perfect time to sell. "

Psychedelic Art Exchange is now accepting consignments for its next auction on June 9, 2017. They have also recently published a free report, Insider Secrets of the Vintage Concert Poster Market - 2017. For more information, visit ConcertPosterGallery.com

Rare Concert Poster Auction With CGC Grading Now Open For Bids

Over 150 vintage 1960's concert posters have been independently authenticated and graded by CGC.

BALTIMORE, MD (PRWEB) APRIL 03, 2017

Psychedelic Art Exchange announces the world's first auction of vintage 1960's concert posters that have all been independently graded and authenticated by CGC. The auction starts April 3, 2017 and ends Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 9pm EDT. All posters will be sold unreserved and have a starting bid of $100 or less.

"Independent third party authentication and grading by CGC has busted the market for vintage concert posters wide open," 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 over 150 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 Andy Warhol and The Velvet Underground , Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Janis Joplin, Chuck Berry, Cream, The Band, 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