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Winterland 6/17/75

Grateful Dead at Winterland 6/17/75 by Stanley Mouse & 
Alton Kelley & 
Wes Wilson & 
Rick Griffin & 
Victor Moscoso

Catalog No. MSC-WIN.1975.06.17

TThe “Bob Fried Memorial Boogie” poster was used for a benefit concert given to help the family of poster artist Bob Fried, who had passed away earlier in the year. The headline act was supposed to be “Jerry Garcia and Friends,” but in reality, the Dead came out and played a huge, legendary set. The poster features images of many of the posters that Fried designed during his career.

The original poster was printed on white stock and measures approximately 14" x 20"

The original handbill was printed on white stock and measures approximately 4¾" x 6¾". These come in several colors depending on the sheet position.


Stanley Mouse
Alton Kelley
Wes Wilson
Rick Griffin
Victor Moscoso

Grateful Dead
Jerry Garcia
Keith & Donna
The Mirrors


Items Available
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cat. no. item price availablility
Original Poster
(product #4476)
Original Poster
condition: Near Mint

$ 200.00


Original Handbill
(product #4477)
Original Handbill
condition: Near Mint

$ 35.00




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