He attended all of these concerts and so many more. The Carousel posters are his favorite and this represents the last of what was a large collection. I do not collect Carousel items and know nothing about them.
I try to make the prices competitive while still trying to get fair value for my friend. The pictures will represent condition. Grateful Dead 1968 Acid Dropper Carousel Ballroom Concert Poster. I will note that it has a very small pinhole in each upper corner and one in the bottom center.There are tape pulls on each back corner. The right lower corner has some bending. The colors are very strong.
My friend says that there was a restoration on a small tear on the back but I can't find it. There is definitely tape pulls on the back. Holding it up to the light, nothing shows through other than the 3 tiny pinholes previously identified. A rare concert poster advertising The Grateful Dead, Chuck Berry and Curley Cooks Hurdy Gurdy Band at San Franciscos Carousel Ballroom in March, 1968.
Popularly known as Acid Dropper. This poster was designed by Steven Catron, and is in the book The Art of Rock as plate 2.163. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need to see additional photos of the item and I will respond to the best of my knowledge. The item(s) are from a smoke-free household.Pictures are of the actual item being auctioned. The item "Grateful Dead 1968 Acid Dropper Carousel Ballroom Concert Poster" is in sale since Friday, September 20, 2019.
This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists G\Graham, Bill\Posters". The seller is "terry-dunn" and is located in Phoenix, Arizona.This item can be shipped to United States.