Wednesday’s Top Three Including Queen, Duran Duran, Supertramp

Queen-Killer-Queen---Au-323752QUEEN Killer Queen (Incredible 2003 UK Genesis Publications 'Official Signed Limited Edition' 212-page 14" x 10" hardback book featuring the photographs of Mick Rock and original text by Brian May, Mary Austin and Mick Rock plus quotes of the period from Freddie, Brian, Roger and John. This unique art volume is produced to the very highest standards, master-printed on to 11 different paper stocks including acetate, trace and 200gsm matt art stock paper. Bound in quarter leather and buckskin and housed in silkscreened buckram box. A limited edition of 2,500 numbered copies signed by Mick Rock, Brian May & Roger Taylor)


DURAN DURAN Live At Fillmore 1988 (ULTRA RARE original US psychedelic uncut poster printer proof for their concert at The Fillmore theatre, San Francisco, 19th October 1988 as part of The Electric Theatre Tour. A superb blend of purple/blue background with green & pink 'Duran Duran' text at the top, above a big red heart with roses & yellow flames, & 'October 19 1988' below in green with venue detail text in red & green. If that wasn't rare enough this poster proof is handnumbered fron an edition of 100 as well as being hand signed by the artist Vegetable – Fabulous!!)


SUPERTRAMP / VARIOUS The London School Of Economics Q4 1970 (Rare 1970 original UK 36" by 25" psychedelic gig poster featuring amazing artwork by an unknown artist, cleverly coloured with an expressive three colour print, blending red, blue & yellow toproduce all colours of the rainbow. This rare poster advertises the forthcoming attractions at the College for the fourth quarter of the year, including If and Mighty Baby on 3rd October, Quintessence, Spear & The Westbrook Quintet on 17th October, East Of Eden on 31st October, Principal Edwards, Everyone & Supertramp on November 28th & The Radio Geronimo Benefit on December 12th. Each of these wondrous looking gigs started at 8PM with Andy Dunkley as resident DJ & the Exploding Spectrum light show. Possibly one of the earliest Supertramp poster references that you're likely to find, as well as a snapshot of the slow and steady movement from the Sixties to the Seventies)
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