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    Vanilla Fudge/Led Zeppelin Pacific Coliseum Concert Poster (Concerts West, 1968). Although it doesn't mention them, this poster is highly coveted by Led Zeppelin fans -- this Vancouver show was their very first North American concert appearance. Zep had originally planned to appear as the New Yardbirds, a name they were billed under in Europe, and the sudden change resulted in a poster that only mentions headliners Vanilla Fudge, then riding high on their hit version of "You Keep Me Hanging On." It's a first printing poster measuring approximately 16" x 20", in Near Mint Minus condition.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2013
    30th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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