Fillmore Auditorium 8/26-27/66
The original poster was printed on thin (.0070″ or less) stock and measures approximately 13¾″ x 21⅛″. This is one of the more difficult posters to determine which printing you might have.
Much has been written about using black light to tell the poster printings apart, but unless you use the same type of black light that was used in the first place, your results may vary greatly. Black light can vary in wavelength from 310nm to 450nm, depending on whether you use incandescent, Mercury Vapor, LED or other types commonly available. We don't recommend or use this method.
The second print poster was printed on white stock and measures approximately 13¾″ x 21″.
The third print poster was printed on white stock and measures approximately 13¾″ x 21″. There is a light horizontal print flaw through the top part of the "LEV" in "Elevator."
The original handbill matches the poster and measures approximately 4⅞″ x 8⅝″. The reverse of the handbill is blank and the stock matches that of the original poster.
The postcard was printed concurrent with the second print poster and measures approximately 4⅞″ x 8½″.
- Wes Wilson