Final Auction Price
*Final prices include buyers premium
Starting bid: $1.00
This poster is signed in pencil by the artist Wes Wilson!
This Wes Wilson poster for an early Fillmore concert by the Turtles is a true sleeper. Yet another unbelievable gem in the world of 1960’s concert posters! The central image of jamming turtles was created by German illustrator and cartoonist Heinrich Kley. This image was also the inspiration for the Grateful Dead Album Terrapin Station. This poster is deceptively hard to find in ANY state of preservation. The 7.0 grade here gives you good eye appeal and ownership of this historic Original First Printing piece for a minimum investment. The added signature sweetens the deal!
Poster – The Turtles Fillmore Auditorium
Grade – CGC 7.0
Bands/Bill – The Turtles Oxford Circle
Venue – Fillmore Auditorium
City – San Francisco California
Date – 7/6/66
Dimensions – 13 15/16” x 20”
Printing – OP-1 Original Pre-Concert First Printing
Artist – Wes Wilson & Henrich Kley
Series/Promoter – Bill Graham
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.
*****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.*