Jimi Hendrix, John Mayall and Albert King played a series of concerts at San Francisco’s storied Fillmore and Winterland music venues in February 1968; the poster advertising the shows featured a bloodshot eyeball flying through a ring of fire.
“It was totally cool and badass and your-mother-would-shriek-if-she-saw-it kind of thing,” said Ben Marks, a collector of vintage rock posters.
If you were lucky enough to be there, you have the memories. If you nabbed a poster, you may have much more.
A first printing of the poster in mint condition might sell for $10,000, said Marks, senior editor at Collectors Weekly, a San Francisco-based website that’s part auction, part social media and part news site. Full story. Addy Hatch, SR
Do you have anything from the '50's or '60's that might be valuable? Would you be willing to sell it?