Jackgallery.com recently acquired a collection from San Francisco’s Family Dog Presents. By clicking on the “Rhino Entertainment” link, you can view the “signed and numbered prints of 17 classic ’60s concert posters for the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Bo Diddley,” and other bands. Prices range from $600 to $1,900.
Icon-collectibles.com has pearls from Sony BMG’s finest days. The art boutique’s site features “limited-edition prints of vintage photos,” including black-and-white prints of such music luminaries as Johnny Cash and Ella Fitzgerald. Prices start at $300 but increase “depending on the size and quality of the print.”
Gottahaveit.com recently auctioned off an Elvis jumpsuit and the necklace John Lennon wore on the cover of 1968’s Two Virgins album. Yet most of its stock of posters and photographs is sold not through auctions but at flat rates.
Source: Rolling Stone and USA Today
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