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    Mickey Hart Drum Brushes (1970). Grateful Dead concert-used items are very tough to come by, which helps make this an exciting and important piece. This set of drum brushes was sold in one of the first ever rock and roll auctions, held at the Fillmore East on October 12, 1970. The tag authenticating the items for the auction is signed by legendary promoter Bill Graham! Also included with this lot is a copy of the auction program showing the original lot listing. The auction is also mentioned prominently in the Fillmore East book on page 47. In well-used, but good condition, these brushes will make you almost feel like you're at the show when you hold them.

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    Sep-Oct, 2004
    30th-1st Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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