1974–Ladd Memorial Stadium-The Allman Brothers Band Concert Poster-FIRST AUCTION APPEARANCE! PAE Graded Excellent “79”

closed on Friday, March 1, 2019

Final Auction Price
*Final prices include buyers premium
$600.00
Starting bid: $1.00
Total bids: 0

Vintage Allman Brothers material is very popular and heavily requested by collectors on a regular basis. The lot you see here represents the FIRST TIME we’ve offered this long lost specimen in our auction! The Allman Brothers Band’s enormous "Summer Campaign '74" tour was extremely lucrative for the group. They were regularly playing large stadiums making $100 000 per show and renting a customized Boeing 720 used by Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones. During this time Dickey Betts really begin to flourish as the chief songwriter for the band. The recent inclusion of Chuck Leavell on piano also added a fresh flavor to the new studio material and in their legendary live performances. We have not seen this unique original poster surface until now and it’s sure to attract attention from collectors!


Poster – The Allman Brothers Band Ladd Memorial Stadium

Grade – PAE Excellent 79

Bands/Bill – The Allman Brothers Band Wet Willie Band Quicksilver

Venue – Ladd Memorial Stadium 

City – Mobile AL

Date – 8/24/74

Dimensions – 10 15/16 X 16 15/16”

Printing – OP-1 Original Pre-Concert First Printing

Series/Promoter – The Gulf Coast Summer Jam

Condition Details - 100% Original with no restoration. Tack hole each corner additional tack hole bottom left bottom right corner crease foxing light toning. 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.

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


*A 20% Buyers Premium will be added to the final hammer price of this lot.*

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