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Starting bid: $1.00
Total bids: 10
Here we are offering the EXTREMELY DIFFICULT to locate Original FIRST PRINTING of one of the most popular Rolling Stones posters of all time.
NOTE: This lot includes an email authentication from poster expert ERIC KING, stating that the thin white line on the lower left edge of the top die was colored in with black marker by the artist David Singer, at the time this OP-1 was printed. Singer did not like how the dice came out with the white line when the OP-1s were printed, so when the BG-289 issue was reprinted he had that section shaded differently to remove the line. According to Eric King, in the days between the first and second printings, Singer would sometimes color in the white line by hand with a black felt tip pen. This OP-1 here is one of those examples!
The Stones hit tune Tumbling Dice serves as the inspiration for this killer design from Fillmore artist David Singer. This large format poster is considered the last poster in the BG numbered series.
The 1972 Rolling Stones tour was one of the Bands most celebrated and well documented tours in their long and storied history. The tour started on the heels of the release of the band's seminal recording Exile on Main Street. The Exile album is considered by many fans to be the group's finest.
This is just the third OP-1 example of this poster we've ever offered in our auction, and it is SIGNED by the artist!
--PERFORMERS: Rolling Stones
--CITY: San Francisco
--PRINTING: OP-1; Poster
--CGC SERIAL: 1312094004