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    Buffalo Springfield Steamroller Sign (1963). The classic Los Angeles band, featuring Steven Stills, Neil Young, Ritchie Furay, Bruce Palmer, and Dewey Martin, originally got their name from a steamroller that was parked on the street outside record producer Bruce Friedman's house (where Stills and Furay were staying at the time). This is an authentic Buffalo-Springfield Roller Company steamroller sign, like the one that inspired the name and the band's logo. It's made of pressed aluminum, painted in gold and black, and laminated; a small portion of paint and lamination has peeled away on the left side, and the raised letters have some light scuffing, staining, and very minor corrosion, but the overall condition is still an attractive Very Good. It's marked on the lower border area SCIOTO SIGN - KENTON, O, and hand-dated 1963. For what it's worth, this is a great, unusual item for fans of this wonderful band!

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    April, 2007
    14th-15th Saturday-Sunday
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