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DescriptionCream at The Fillmore & Winterland Ballroom (Bill Graham, 1968). Very Fine. First Printing Concert Poster (14" X 22") Stanley Mouse Artwork.
Cream, a British rock band, not only has the distinction of the world's first platinum-selling double album just two years after their formation, but is also considered by many to be the first supergroup to succeed unified as a band, selling over 15 million records together. This first printing concert poster advertises four 1968 shows in San Francisco at the Fillmore and Winterland Ballroom featuring Cream along with James Cotton Blues Band, Jeremy and the Satyrs, and Blood, Sweat, and Tears. The renowned Stanley Mouse provided the bold artwork featured on this poster. General wear includes light edge wear, soft creases, and faint stains and smudges. Other wear includes subtle dust shadows, a minute paper lift, as well as an unobtrusive ink mark in the upper background.
Estimate: $400 - $800.
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