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    Quicksilver Messenger Service Concert Poster Group of 2 (Family Dog, 1967-68). Here's a great "two-fer" deal for Rick Griffin fans! First up is FD-69 ("Independance") from an Avalon Ballroom show held on July 4th, 1967, starring Quicksilver Messenger Service with Siegal Schwall and Phoenix; this is a first printing, measuring approximately 14.375" x 21.5", and is in Near Mint Minus condition. Next is FD-101, (known as both "Eternal Reservoir" and "The Source"), for a set of shows held at the Avalon Ballroom on January 12-14, 1968. Quicksilver Messenger Service was again the headliner, with support from Kaleidoscope and Charley Musselwhite. This poster is a first printing, measuring approximately 14" x 20", in Near Mint Minus condition.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2015
    19th-20th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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    Just received the catalog. Incredible! Never seen such a catalog and have been collecting since 1974. Congratulations!
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    Marina Del Ray, CA
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