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    San Francisco 1960s Artist and Musicians Limited Edition Photo Group. Two iconic photos from the halcyon days of San Francisco. First, a 1968 portrait of poster and Zap Comix artist Rick Griffin in his studio, with one of his famous Family Dog posters at his feat. It's by Herb Greene, with an image area of approximately 13.75" x 14", and is signed and numbered 24/50. Next, we have an incredible gathering of the city's finest musicians, including members of the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Big Brother and the Holding Company (with Janis Joplin), the Charlatans, and more, all in front of the Dead's pad at 710 Ashbury. It features an image area of approximately 9.5" x 13", and is signed and numbered 198/200 by photographer Gene Anthony. Both prints are in Excellent condition.

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    March, 2012
    30th Friday
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