Grateful Dead 1972 (lot of 3 items): UK tour programme, with skull & roses decal + Unused ticket (7th April 1972) +

£450.00

lot of 3 Dead items : unused ticket dated 7th April 1972 for the first night of  the band’s 1st headline show outside of the USA,  (preceded by a 1970 UK festival appearance – ticket online for $1.995).  A (non-printed) ticket outlet stub offered online  for $550.00. The ticket offered here  is  accompanied by the show programme with  a classic skull and roses decal  tucked inside. For set list https://www.dead.net/show/april-7-1972

1) Ex : Small biro diagram  on reverse -see photo in gallery

2) VG : A copy of the “Black Book”  UK 1972 Tour book – 36 pages  21x 30cm . Consists of band history and individual band members biographies  Cover has  3cm  tear (closed with acid free tissue) , general handling. Internally  clean, few bent corners.  Back cover has a stain inside  from where the skull & roses decal / sticker was stored.

3) Unused  13.5cm diameter sticker/decal/ This is the same sticker  #1935 as  issued with the US pressing of the 1971 of  the eponymously titled “Grateful Dead” live 2xLP.  Artwork by Alton Kelley (after Arthur Rackham). The glue has long since ‘evaporated’ ( hence the stain inside the programme) but it is still attached to the backing.

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lot of 3 Dead items : unused ticket dated 7th April 1972 for the first night of  the band’s 1st headline show outside of the USA,  (preceded by a 1970 UK festival appearance – ticket online for $1.995).  A (non-printed) ticket outlet stub offered online  for $550.00. The ticket offered here  is  accompanied by the show programme with  a classic skull and roses decal  tucked inside. For set list https://www.dead.net/show/april-7-1972

1) Ex : Small biro diagram  on reverse -see photo in gallery

2) VG : A copy of the “Black Book”  UK 1972 Tour book – 36 pages  21x 30cm . Consists of band history and individual band members biographies  Cover has  3cm  tear (closed with acid free tissue) , general handling. Internally  clean, few bent corners.  Back cover has a stain inside  from where the skull & roses decal / sticker was stored.

3) Unused  13.5cm diameter sticker/decal/ This is the same sticker  #1935 as  issued with the US pressing of the 1971 of  the eponymously titled “Grateful Dead” live 2xLP.  Artwork by Alton Kelley (after Arthur Rackham). The glue has long since ‘evaporated’ ( hence the stain inside the programme) but it is still attached to the backing.