Fillmore West 12/4-7/69

Catalog No. BG-205

Considered by many to be one of Singer's finer works, this image warns of the danger of drugs. The message was that drugs could literally swallow a person in the way the man in the image was being obliterated by the red capsules. The concert is particularly memorable because Bill Graham, who was not a drug user, was clandestinely dosed by the Dead and ended up playing percussion on stage for three hours.

The original poster was printed on slick, glossy-coated index stock and measures approximately 14″ x 22″. Original posters have a ⅛″ long horizontal black line in the center of the right margin. This is part of a printer’s “bull’s-eye” that was not removed when the posters were trimmed.

The second print poster was printed on slick, glossy-coated index stock and measures approximately 14″ x 22″.

The postcard has a calendar of Bill Graham events on the back and measures approximately 4⅝″ x 7⅛″.

A double postcard was also printed. This card bears the images of both BG-205 and 206 and measures approximately 7⅛″ x 9¼″. This card has a bulk rate permit on the back. In addition, some copies were addressed and mailed to people on the mailing list.

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Items available

image cat. no. item price price & availibility

BG-205

(Product#1852)

Original Poster
SOLD OUT

BG-205

(Product#1853)

Second Print Poster
Condition: Near Mint
$95.00
AVAILABLE

BG-205

(Product#1856)

Postcard
Condition: Very Fine
Notes: Mailed Double Postcard of BG-205 & BG-206
$125.00
AVAILABLE

BG-205

(Product#1855)

Postcard
Condition: Near Mint
Notes: Double postcard of BG-205 & 206
$150.00
AVAILABLE

BG-205

(Product#1854)

Postcard - Type A
SOLD OUT

BG-205

(Product#1857)

Original Concert Ticket Set
Condition: Near Mint
$120.00
AVAILABLE
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