Charlatans "Triptych" Avalon Concert Poster Group, FD-63, 67, 71 (Family Dog, 1967). The Charlatans were the Great Lost American Rock Band. Very influential within their time, the band was well-known in the Northern California music scene; their practice of wearing Edwardian clothing helped kick-start the hippie trend of wearing old, funky clothing. Their only album was released after a key member (Dan Hicks) left the band, so their true greatness was never captured for posterity. This fascinating lot includes all three Rick Griffin/Herb Greene/Bob Fried-designed posters for various, summer of '67 shows that were intended to be displayed together. It's not easy to determine the printings of these items, but we believe what we have are a third printing of FD-63 (measuring approximately 14" x 21 3/4"), and first printings of FD-67 (approximately 13.5" x 21.75") and FD-71 (13.75" x 22"). The brown backgrounds on all three are very well matched, and the paper stock on all three is a matching light tan, making this an exceptionally attractive NM set.

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    April, 2007
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