1968-BG-127-OP-1-Fillmore Auditorium-Creedence Clearwater Revival Concert Poster-CGC Graded 9.8

closed on Friday, May 11, 2018

Final Auction Price
*Final prices include buyers premium
Starting bid: $1.00
Total bids: 0


Songs by Creedence Clearwater Revival are some of the most memorable and catchy tunes of the era. Unfortunately John Fogerty signed away his publishing rights to an unscrupulous manager Saul Zantz who was also the owner of the band’s label Fantasy records. The final insult came when Zantz sued Fogerty for copying his own style in the Fogerty tune “Old Man Down The Road”.


Posters like this are why collectors are now rushing into the hobby. Amazing Psychedelic image. Legendary band. Famous venue. Spectacular condition. Independent third party authentication and grading. Ridiculously cheap current price levels. Given current supply and demand dynamic this situation cannot and will not last. Scoop up issues like this in this condition while they are still affordable! 

Poster – Creedence Clearwater Revival Fillmore Auditorium

Catalog #BG-127

Grade – CGC 9.8

Bands/Bill – Creedence Clearwater Revival Steppenwolf Butterfield Blues Band Ten Years After It’s a Beautiful Day and Truth

Venue – Fillmore Auditorium

City – San Francisco California

Date – 7/2-7/68

Dimensions – 14” x 21”

Printing – OP-1 Original Pre-Concert First Printing

Artist – Lee Conklin

Series/Promoter – Bill Graham

Paper Type – Index

Condition Details – Superb in all respects! Museum Quality! There are no nicks cuts tears pinholes or restoration of any kind.

*****This poster is available for inspection at our gallery by appointment. *****