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DescriptionBob Dylan Promotional Stand-Up Counter Display (Columbia Records, 1965). Very Rare. Printed cardboard display "Nobody Sings Dylan Like Bob Dylan", showing a full length image of Dylan with electric guitar and harmonica, and his six album releases to date including his most recent: "Highway 61 Revisited", released in August, 1965. Measures approximately 11" x 14". In Good condition, with the head torn, but since repaired with tape, scuff marks to the print surface, minor corner and edge wear, and toning and tape residue to the verso.
This amazing advertising piece is very significant as it dates to 1965 and shows Dylan playing a Fender Stratocaster, the year that Dylan transitioned from acoustic folk to electric folk.
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