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    Doobie Brothers - Photo Signed by Jim Marshall and Band-Signed Poster. A black and white photograph of the Doobies from their eponymous 1971 debut, matted and framed under glass to an overall 25.25" x 21". Signed on the matte by late Rock photographer Jim Marshall - who took the iconic photo - in pencil. The second piece of this fantastic lot is a poster from their twelfth studio album, 2000's Sibling Rivalry, signed in gold paint by renowned poster artist Stanley Mouse (who also numbers the piece "16/250"), and in black felt pen by vocalist Tom Johnson, drummer Keith Knudsen, guitarist Patrick Simmons, multi-instrumentalist John McFee, drummer Mike Hossack, keyboardist Guy Allison, saxophone/horn player Mark Russo, and one other. Framed in black to an overall 26" x 26". Both Very Fine.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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