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    Rolling Stones Original Print Advertising Archive, Circa 1973-1976. Includes: 1) Goat's Head Soup paste-up ad for Don Kirshner's Rock Concert TV show. The ad measures 10" x 14.5"; the backing 14.5" x 19". The Stones appeared on the September 28, 1973 episode with a live on tape performances of "Angie", "Silver Train" and "Dancing With Mr. D". Some fading to the image and burn to the tissue guard, otherwise good condition. 2) King Biscuit Flower Hour full-page ad paste-up for a September 29, 1974 live on tape performance of material from the It's Only Rock n' Roll album. 14.5" x 18.75" overall. Excellent condition. 3) Cash Box full-page ad paste-up for the Stone's single "Ain't Too Proud to Beg" from the It's Only Rock 'n Roll. 15" x 18" overall. Very good condition. 4) Cash Box double-page printer's proof for Black and Blue, circa 1976. 23.5" x 18" overall. Fine condition, with some pieces exhibiting minor wear.

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