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    King Diamond Seattle and Portland Concert Poster Signed by Designer Mike King (1988). A vibrant poster for the King Diamond/Flotsam and Jetsam shows in Seattle (at the Moore Theatre) and Portland (at the Pine Street Theatre). King Diamond was on tour promoting his "Them" album while Flotsam and Jetsam was promoting their No Place for Disgrace album. Flotsam and Jetsam gained notoriety when their former bassist (and co-writer on many of their songs) Jason Newsted joined Metallica.

    Signed by designer Mike King in the bottom right corner in pencil. Offset printed. Measures 11" x 17". In Very Good Plus condition with light staple holes in each corner. COA from Heritage Auctions.


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    December, 2020
    6th Sunday
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