Fillmore Auditorium 5/26-27/67
This poster is red and purple on a gold background. While most of the male artists tended to use predominantly female imagery, Bonnie MacLean tended to include a more equal number of images of men—in this case, the face and shoulders of a man wearing a magical headdress. This poster, often called “The Prince,” is one of her most popular. The collar holds the lettering for the venue, date, and performers at this concert—Big Brother & The Holding Company and the Steve Miller Blues Band.
The original poster was printed on white index stock and measures approximately 14″ x 23″. The background is gold colored metallic ink.
The second print poster was printed on white index stock and measures approximately 14″ x 23¾″. The background is silver colored metallic ink.
The postcard comes in three varieties, all of which measure approximately 4⅝″ x 8″:
The Type A card has a “place stamp here” reverse.
The Type B card has a bulk rate permit on the back.
The Type C card has a bulk rate permit on the back, and was addressed and sent to people on the mailing list.
- Bonnie MacLean
- Condition: CGC Grade 9.9 Mint
- Notes: Signature Series. Signed by Bonnie MacLean. Perfect!
- Condition: CGC Grade 9.6 Near Mint +
- Notes: Signature Series. Signed by Bonnie MacLean
- Condition: CGC Grade 9.8 Near Mint/Mint
- Notes: Signature Series – Signed by Bonnie MacLean