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DescriptionRolling Stones: Some Girls (Rolling Stones Records, 1978). Very Fine/Near Mint. Countertop Standee (11" X 19).
Featured here is a promotional countertop standee designed to promote the Some Girls Rolling Stones album. It features the redone album cover, as the original was immediately altered after the album's release due to the use of unlicensed images of certain celebrities on the cover. This was printed up to promote the release of the album, and it was never commercially available, having only been intended for display in major chain stores. Bright and in great shape, this standee has soft surface scuffs and a few very minor stains. Its stand is still present on the verso.
Estimate: $600 - $1,200.
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