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This early original handbill exhibits a classic San Francisco lineup with The Grateful Dead Mimi Farina and Quicksilver Messenger Service. The 1966 Halloween concert was called “The Dance of Death Costume Ball” and held at the famous California Hall. It was planned at the last minute because the Dead were originally scheduled to perform at Alliope Warehouse for the Acid Test Graduation but instead they cancelled and played at Cal Hall.
This handbill seldom surfaces in any condition because material for this small last minute event was printed quickly and in VERY LOW quantities. Rare unusual unique historic! If you are a collector always looking for that Grateful Dead diamond in the rough this lot is for you! 100% Original with no restoration!
Handbill – Grateful Dead California Hall 1966
Grade – CGC 7.5
Bands/Bill – Grateful Dead Quicksilver Messenger Service Mimi Farina
Venue – California Hall
City – San Francisco CA
Date – 10/31/66
Dimensions – 8 1/2” x 11”
Printing – OHB-A Original Pre-Concert First Printing
Series/Promoter – Bob McKendrick Presents
Condition Details - 100% Original with no restoration. View the detailed high res photo of this lot. Click on the thumbnail photo to see an enlarged photo. Click a second time on the magnifying glass in the upper right corner of the enlarged photo. A super high res image with every millimeter will now be clearly displayed. For a personalized eyewitness examination call 410-464-6180 11:00 am to 6:00pm eastern.
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