Eric King's Collector's Guide to Psychedelic Rock Concert Posters, Postcards and Handbills 1965 to 1973
Fillmore Ballroom - Bill Graham
Avalon Ballroom - Chet Helms - Family Dog
Grande Ballroom - Russ Gibb
Neon Rose - Victor Moscoso
Vulcan Gas Co.

Great News: 7/21/2020. I now am now able to offer the 12th edition of my Guide to collectors.  The Guide will continue to be $100.00 plus postage which in the U.S.A. is $5.00 by media mail, total $105.00. Foreign postage is substantially greater, $46.00 to Canada and $76.00 elsewhere in the world.

My items for sale list is current, and I still am selling items on that list. I also still am doing consultations and authentications.

For Sale:

Complete Sets of Original Printings Click here

I have decided to sell thirty years accumulation of duplicate posters, postcards and handbills.

Bands listed in the Guide

13th Floor Elevators
24 Piece Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band
3rd Power
4th Way
A.B. Skhy
Ace of Cups
Aere Apparent
Air Speed Indicator
Al Shamie
Albert Collins
Albert King
Alexander's Timeless Bloozband
Alice Cooper
All Men Joy
All the Lonely People
Allen Ginsberg
Allman Brothers
Allmen Joy
Almen Joy
Amboy Dukes
Andrew Staples
Andy Warhol and His Plastic Inevitable
Apple Corps
Apple Pie Motherhood
Area Code 615
Arlo Guthrie
Ashmollyan Quintet
Ashton, Gardner & Dyke
Atomic Pile
Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation
B. B. King
B.B. King
Back & Back Boo Funny Music Band
Ball 'n Jack
Ballet Afro-Haiti
Ballin' Jack
Bangor Flying Circus
Beefy Red
Benefit for the Argus
Berry Patch
Bessie Jones & the Georgia Sea Island Singers
Big Black
Big Brother & the Holding Company
Big Brother and the Holding Company
Big Brother and the Holding Company with Janis Joplin
Big Foot
Big Joe Williams
Big Mama Mae Thornton
Big Mama Mae Thornton & the Hound Dog Band featuring Harmonica George
Bill Haley & the Comets
Billy C & the Sunshine
Billy C and the Sunshine
Billy Tyler
Billy and the Sunshine
Black Oak Arkansas
Black Pearl
Black Sabbath
Black and Blues
Black and Blues Band
Blackburn & Snow
Blackstone Row
Blackwood Drake
Blodwyn Pig
Blood Rock
Blood, Sweat & Tears
Blood, Sweat and Tears
Bloomfield & Friends
Blue Cheer
Blues Confederation
Blues Crew
Blues Image
Blues Magoos
Blues Project
Blues Train
Bo Diddley
Bo Diddley
Bob Seeger
Bob Seger
Bob Seger et. al.
Bola Sete
Bonzo Dog Band
Booker T & the MG's
Born Blues
Box Tops
Boz Scaggs
Buck Owens and His Buckaroos
Buddha from Muir Beach
Buddy Guy
Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Blues Band
Buddy Guy Blues Band
Buddy Miles
Buddy Miles Express
Buddy Rich & His Orchestra
Buffalo Springfield
Buffey Road Phenomena
Bukka White
Butterfield Blues Band
C-Water Blues
C.C. Riders
CactusToe Fat
Canned Heat
Canned Heat Blues Band
Cannonball Adderly
Captain Beefheart
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
Cat Mother & the All Night Newsboys
Cecil Taylor
Certified Chalk Cyrcle
Chambers Brothers
Changing Tymes
Charging Rhino of Soul
Charging Rhinocerous of Soul
Charging Rhinocerous of the Soul
Charles Lloyd
Charles Lloyd Quartet
Charles Moore Ensemble
Charley Musselwhite
Chicago Transit Authority
Chicken Shack
Chocolate Watchband
Chosen Few
Christian Rapid
Chrome Cyrcus
Chrome Syrcus
Chuck Berry
Clear Light
Clifton Chenier
Cold Blood
Colwell & Winfield
Commander Cody
Commander Cody and His Swing Band
Congress of Wonders
Cosmic Expanding
Count Basie & His Orchestra
Country Joe & the Fish
Country Joe and the Fish
Country Weather
Cowardly Thangs
Craig Suterland
Crazy World of Arthur Brown
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Crome Syrcus
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
D. S. R.
Daily Flash
Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks
Dave Mason
Dave Miller (Emcee)
Dave Workman Band
Dave van Ronk
David & Roselyn
December's Children
Deep Purple
Delaney & Bonnie & Friends
Delaney & Bonnie & Friends with Eric Clapton
Detroit Blues Ball
Detroit Edison White Light Band
Dick Rabbit
Dino Valenti
Don Ellis & His Orchestra
Donnie Dop
Donnie Hartman
Doug Kershaw
Dr. John
Dr. Mabuse Carousel
Earth Mother
Earth Opera
East Side Orphans
Echoes from a Broken
Edward's Hand
Eighth Penny Matter
Electric Flag
Electric Flag American Music Band
Electric Prunes
Electric Train
Elton John
Elvin Bishop
Elvin Bishop Group
Eric Burdon & His Band
Eric Burdon & War
Eric Burdon & the Animals
Eric Burdon and the Animals
Eric Mercury "Birthrite"
Et. al.
Euphonic Aggregation
Everpresent Fullness
Fairport Convention
Family Dumptruck
Family Fritz
Family Tree
Fat Matress with Noel Redding
Fever Tree
Final Solution
Flamin' Groovies
Flaming Groovies
Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids
Flatt & Scruggs
Fleetwood Mac
Frank Zappa
Franz Stuck
Freddie King
Freedom Highway
Frijid Pink
Frozen Sun
Frumious Bandersnatch
Frut of the Loom
Gary Burton
Gary Grimshaw Band
Gentleman's Band
Gingerbred Blu
Gipsy Blue
Girls Inc.
Glass Family
Golden Earrings
Gordon Lightfoot
Grand Funk Railroad
Grass Roots
Grateful Dead
Great Pumpkin
Great Society
Green Grass Blues and Suburban Roots
Group B
Guess Who
Gypsy Wizard Band
H. P. and the Grass Route Movement
H.P. Lovecraft
Haji Baba
Harbinger Complex
Harmon Street Blues
Heavenly Blues Band
Hello People
Herbie Hancock Sextet
Hitch Hikers
Hoage Limit
Holy Modal Rounders
Horns of Plenty
Hot Tuna
Hot Tuna - Jack Casady & Jorma Kaukonen
Hour Glass
Howlin' Wolf
Howlin' Wolf et. al.
Humble Pie
Ike & Tina Turner
Illinois Speed Press
Incredible String Band
Indian Head Band
Initial Shock
Iron Butterfly
Iron Butterfly with Pinera & Rhino
Isley Brothers
It's a Beautiful Day
J. Geils Band
Jack Bruce & Friends
Jack Elliott
Jagged Edge
Jam (Mike Bloomfield & Friends Nick Gravanites & Mark Naftalin)
Jam (Mike Bloomfield, Nick Gravenites, Mark Naftalin & Friends)
Jam Band
James & the Good Brothers
James Anderson
James Cotton
James Cotton Blues Band
James Cotton Chicago Blues Band
James Gang
Jameson Roberts
Janis Joplin & Her Band
Jay Walkers
Jazz Disciples
Jeff Beck
Jeff Beck Group
Jeff Beck(listed but did not appear)
Jefferson Airplane
Jefferson AirplaneFlamin' Groovies
Jeremy & the Satyrs
Jerry Hahn Brotherhood
Jerry Steig & the Satyrs
Jerry Younkins
Jethro Tull
Jim Kweskin & His Jug Band
Jim Kweskin Jug Band
Jim Semark
Jimi Hendrix Experience
Jimmerfield Legend
Jimmy Reed
Joe Cocker
Joe Cocker & His Grease Band
Joe Cocker & the Grease Band
Joe Cocker and his Grease Band
Joe Cocker, Mad Dogs & Englishmen
John Bauer's Rocking Cloud
John Hammond
John Hammond & His Screaming Nighthawks
John Handy
John Ka
John Lee Hooker
John Mayall
John Mayall & the Blues Breakers
John Mayall's Bluesbreakers
John Sebastian
John Sinclair
Johnny Talbot & De Thangs
Johnny Talbot and De Thangs
Johnny Winter
Joy of Cooking
Joyful Wisdom
Jr. Walker & His All Stars
Juicy Lucy
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & the Trinity
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity
Junior Walker & the All Stars
Junior Wells
Junior Wells Chicago Blues Band
Junior Wells and His Chicago Blues Band
Keith Relf's Renaissance
Kensington Market
King Crimson
King Curtis & the Kingpins
Kwane & the Kwan Ditos
LDM Spiritual Band
Larry Coryell
Laura Nyro
Led Zeppelin
Lee Michaels
Lemon Pipers
Lenny Bruce
Leon Russell
Lewis & Clarke Expedition
Lightning Hopkins
Linda Tillery
Linn County
Little Sisters
Little Sunny
Little Walter
Livonia Tool & Die Co.
Loading Zone
Local Bands
London Fog
Lonnie Mack
Lost Generation
Lothar & the Hand People
Love Sculpture
Love with Arthur Lee
Luke and the Apostles
Luke's Pineapple Store
Luther Allison
Lyman Woodward Ensemble
Lyman Woodward Trio
Mad River
Magic Sam
Mance Lipscomb
Manfred Mann 'Chapter Three'
March Bros.
Mark Almond
Martha & the Vandellas
Mason Proffit
McKenna Mendleson
Melvin Q
Mike Bloomfield with Chicago Slim
Mike Finnigan
Miles Davis
Miles Davis Quintet
Miller Blues Band
Mint Tattoo
Mitch Ryder
Mixed Generation
Moby Grape
Mongo Santamaria
Moody Blues
Morning Glory
Mother Earth
Mothers of Invention
Mott the Hoople
Mount Rushmore
Mountain with Felix Pappalardi
Mt. Rushmore
Muddy Waters
Muddy Waters Blues Band
Mungo Jerry
Mystery Trend
N.Y. Rock & Roll Ensemble
Nature's Children
Nazz-Are Blues Band
New Generation
New Riders of the Purple Sage
New Salvation Army Band
New Spirit
New Stage Company performing The Dutchman by Le Roi Jones
New Tweedy Brothers
New York Rock & Roll Ensemble
New York Rock Ensemble
Nickel Plate Express
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Northern California State Youth Choir with Dorothy Morrison
Notes from the Underground
Odds & Ends
Odds and Ends
Ohio Power
One Way Street
Orange Fuzz
Other Goodies
Other Half
Otis Redding & His Orchestra
Otis Rush
Otis Rush & His Chicago Blues Band
Otis Rush & his Chicago Blues Band
Our Mother's Children
Oxford Circle
P.H. Phactor Jug Band
Pacific Gas & Electric
Panic and the Pack
Passing Clouds
Paul Butterfield Blues
Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Peanut Butter Conspiracy
Peanutbutter Conspiracy
Penny Nichols
Peter Max (at the Grande only)
Pink Floyd
Pink Peech Mob
Plain Brown Wrapper
Poet: John Sinclair
Poor Richard's Almanac
Poor Souls
Popcorn Blizzard
Pot Liquor
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Prime Movers
Prime Movers Blues Band
Procol Harum
Procol Harum&&Tea Garden & Van Winkle
Procul Harum
Psychedelic Stooges
Qeen (sic) Lily's Soap
Quicksilver Messenger Service
R.J. Fox
Rahsaan Roland Kirk & His Vibration Society
Randall's Islandl
Rare Earth
Ravi Shankar
Reason Why?
Restless Set
Rhino of Soul
Richie Havens
Rising Sons
Robert Baker
Robert Savage
Rockin' Foo
Roland Kirk
Roland Kirk Quartet
Rolling Stones
Rotary Connection
Rowan Brothers
Ry Cooder
S. R. C.
Salloom Sinclair
Saloon Sinclair & Mother Bears
Salt 'n Pepper
Salvation Army Banned
Sam & Dave
Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs
San Francisco Music Jam
Sandy Bull
Savage Grace
Savage Resurrection
Savoy Brown
Scot Richard Case
Scott Richard
Scott Richard Case
Scotty's Group
Sea Train
Seals & Croft
Seals & Crofts
Seventh Seal
Shake Jake
Shifting Sands
Shiva's Headband
Shorty with Georgie Fame
Siegal Schwall
Siegal Schwall Band
Silver Metre
Sir Douglas Quintet
Sir Douglas Quintet +2
Sly & the Family Stone
Sly and the Family Stone
Small Faces with Rod Stewart
Soft Machine
Solid Muldoon
Somethin' Else
Son House
Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee
Sons of Adam
Sons of Champlan (sic)
Sons of Champlin
Sons of Sound
Sopwith Camel
Soul Remains
Soul Survivors
South Side Sound System
Southbound Freeway
Southern Comfort
Spencer Davis
Spencer Davis & Peter Jameson
Spike Drivers
Spooky Tooth
St. Louis Union
Staple Singers
Steve Mann
Steve Miller
Steve Miller Band
Steve Miller Blues Band
Stone the Crows
Strange Fate
Stu Gardner Trio
Stuart Avery
Stuart Avery Assemblage
Stuart Avery Assembly
Sum Guys
Sun House
Sun Ra
Sun Ra and his Myth-Science Arkestra
Sun Ra et. al.
Sunshine Company
Super Session(Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper & Friends)
Superfine Dandelion
Swamp Dogg
Sweathog with FrostyGrateful Dead
Sweet Linda Divine
Taj Mahal
Taj Mahal & the Blue Flames
Tate Blues Band
Ten Wheel Drive with Genya Ravan
Ten Years After
Terry Reid
The American Theater (performing The Beard by Michael McClure)
The Band
The Case of E. T.
The Cloud
The Family Medicine Chest
The Group
The Impressions
The Maxx
The Mothers
The Only Alternative and His Other Possibilities
The Plague
The Plastic Explosion
The Stooges
The Sunshine Company
Third Power
Those Guys
Three Dog Night
Tiffany Shade
Tim Buckley
Tim Rose
Tiny Tim
Toby Wesselfox
Toe Fat
Tom Rush
Tony Joe White
Tony Sonoda
Tower of Power
Traffic with Stevie Winwood, Chris Wood & Jim Capaldi
Tribal Simphonia
Turley Richards
Ultimate Spinach
Uncalled Four
United States of America
Unrelated Segments
Van Morrison
Vanilla Fudge
Velvet Underground
Vernor Highway
Vernor Highway Band
Village Beaus
Virgin Dawn
Voices of East Harlem
Walking Wounded
Wayne Cochran
We Who Are
West Coast National Gas Co.
Wicked Religion
Wild Cargo
Wild West
Wilson Mower Pursuit
Wishbone Ash
Woody Herman & His Orchestra
Yesterday's Shadows
Yogi Phlegm
Young Rascals
Youngbloods Bloods
Yusef Lateef

Beginning 7/21/2020 the Guide again will be available.

The primary purpose of this site is to provide people who have purchased my collectors guide to psychedelic posters with the latest in additions, corrections, clarifications etc.. This site will be updated as often as necessary.

The twelfth edition of my Guide is now available. It is 896 pages long. It includes verbal descriptions of all the numbered Family Dog Presents and Bill Graham Presents posters as well as informative essays about many of them. It also includes precise (1/64") linear dimensions of a representative sample of almost every item in the Guide except for the Vulcan Gas Company material. In this edition the images are printed by digital technology so they are clearer than in previous editions.

Serious collectors of this material will be pleased to learn that with the publication of the twelfth edition of this Guide all remaining scholarly differences between this Guide and the descriptions of numbered Bill Graham and Family Dog items found on the Wolfgangsvault site have been resolved. There is now agreement between the two independent studies of the printing history of these posters, postcards and handbills on the designation of which ones are originals and which are reprints. It is reasonable to assume that there will continue to be additions to the Guide, but it is now unlikely that there will be further substantial corrections.

The twelfth edition includes a substantial amount of new material. The most important addition is a 67 page section dealing with the Vulcan Gas Company in Austin, Texas.

I know nothing about these Texas posters, cards and handbills. This section is the work of Dennis Hickey who has studied this area for decades and is the leading expert on it. Those of you who have questions about the Vulcan Gas Company posters should not communicate with me about them. You should email Mr. Hickey at

I also have added to the Grande Ballroom section. It now extends from 1966 to 1973. To the best of my knowledge New Year's Eve 1973-1974 was the date of the last significant rock concert at the Grande Ballroom.

Sample showing the level of detail in the guide


1/13-15/67 Fillmore Auditorium

Wes Wilson

Junior Wells Chicago Blues Band

Grateful Dead


"45" appears at the lower right edge of the neck of the figure.

BG-45-OP-1 There are two variations of the original. Immediately below the credit "Bill Graham Presents in San Francisco" is a curved line which goes all the way from the left margin to the right. On some originals this line is either entirely or primarily the same blue as the main image lettering. Some black may appear. The reverse of this item fluoresces or glows under black light. 13 63/64" x 21 55/64"

BG-45-OP-2 On other originals the line described under BG-45-OP-1 is entirely black. Both originals are on stock between .0075" and .0085" thick. Both the green and the blue on originals varies somewhat in tone. The reverse of this item does not fluoresce or glow under black light. 13 31/32" x 21 55/64"

BG-45-RP-3 The line described under BG-45-OP-1 is pure black on this printing. This printing is on .0090" stock which is similar to the hard surface uncoated index used for most Bill Graham originals from number 54 to number 149. The green and the blue of this printing are lighter than those of the originals. 14 1/64" x 21 61/64"

BG-45-RP-4 In 1986 Wes Wilson reprinted this poster in gold blue and red " 1986 Wes Wilson" appears at the bottom. 15 17/64" x 24 5/64"

BG-45-PP-5 In 2003 an unauthorized used of this image was made by someone who produced what they called a "Giclee" print. It was substantially larger than the size of usual Fillmore posters, and a white border was added, but it was cropped along the bottom so as to eliminate the ticket outlets strip. Colors were somewhat paler than the correct green and bluish purple. It is unknown how many of these were produced before they were ordered by the copyright holder to cease and desist. 17 57/64" x 24 3/64"

BG-45-OHB-A Handbills exist with more and less black on the line described under BG-45-OP-1, but they appear to be gradations along a spectrum, not one or the other as the posters appear. This item was printed along side BG-45-OP-1 on the same sheets. It fluoresces or glows under black light.
4 3/8" x 6 53/64"

BG-45-OHB-B Some copies of BG-45-OHB-A were stamped with a bulk rate permit, mechanically addressed and sent to people on the mailing list. Stock parallels the original posters.

BG-45-OPC-C The postcard appears on the same stock as BG-45-OHB-A. It is noteworthy that no postcard matches BG-45-RP-3. 4 5/16" x 7 3/32"

BG-45-RPC-D In 1986 Wes Wilson printed two different size postcards matching BG-45-RP-4. 4 27/32" x 7 15/16"

BG-45-RPC-E This smaller postcard also matches BG-45-RP-4. 3 15/32" x 5 41/64"

BG-45-OHB-F This item was printed along side BG-45-OP-2 on the same sheets. This item does not fluoresce or glow under black light.

BG-45-OHB-G Some copies of BG-45-OHB-F were stamped with a bulk mail permit, mechanically addressed, and sent to people on the mailing list.

B. G. 45

This poster is red, purple and black on a green background. Wes later printed this image in red, blue and gold. The central image is a distorted human face.

By May of 2006 there were only two remaining differences between this Guide and the printing history of this material according to the archivist of BG-45 was one of these two. I went to the vault and presented my evidence regarding BG-45 to their archivist, and after we examined both posters in their archive and items I brought with me, he agreed to change their listings to conform with mine. Since this is a significant change for them, I believe the readers of this Guide are entitled to know what that evidence is.

Both BG-45-OP-1 and BG-45-OP-2 vary greatly in color. The purples in particular differ drastically from light purple to dark bluish purple on both BG-45-OP-1 and BG-45-OP-2. Pre concert copies of BG-45 posters were printed on a sheet with three small versions of the image arranged vertically along the side of the poster. For this reason copies of cards exist which match all the variations of the posters.

I did most of my collecting of variations from the late 1960s through the mid 1970s when this material was readily available and low priced compared to today's values. Because I was fascinated with the color variations, I saved quite a few of them, more than half a dozen posters and as many cards and handbills. When I did my most recent study of BG-45, I noted that two different paper stocks were used on the items I list as originals in this Guide. The back of one fluoresces or glows under black light. The other does not. Copies of OP-1 are on the florescent stock, and copies of OP-2 are on the non-florescent stock.

I have two copies of the mailer of this card, ones with a back print with a bulk mail permit. These copies both have been addressed with an addressograph machine and mailed to people on the mailing list. Both clearly predate the concert. One copy is on the florescent stock. This means that posters on the florescent stock (BG-45-OP-1) predate the concerts and are originals printed before the event. The other copy is on the non-florescent stock. This means that posters on the non-florescent stock (BG-45-OP-2) predate the concerts and are originals printed before the event.

Furthermore I have blank backed handbills on both stocks. Blank backed handbills were only printed before the concerts. This is further confirmation that posters on both stocks predated the concerts and are original printings.

Corrections to the guide

Latest correction: July. 20, 2020

The complete list of corrections to all the editions of my Guide may be found here. Further corrections will be added to this page as they become necessary..

On 4/15/2024 an addendum to the Vulcan Gas Company section of this Guide was added to the Corrections and Additions section of this web page by Dennis Hickey, the author of the Vulcan Gas Company material in this Guide. This addendum can be found at the very end of the Corrections and Additions section.

Part of the latest group of corrections is a response to comments that Mr. Phil Cushway, former owner of Artrock, has made about my Guide. I think that this response is of sufficiently general interest that I also have placed it here.

Other Stuff

I collect posters as well as pontificate upon them. Here is my current want list.

If you have questions or information that might be useful in keeping my Guide up-to-date, I may be reached at

Two items did not make the cut for this edition of my guide. One was an essay on drugs and their influence on psychedelic poster art. If you are interested in reading this, here it is. The other is about Rick Griffin's "Eyeball" poster.

Copies of the twelfth edition are $100.00 plus postage. In the U.S. book rate shipping is $5.00. Shipping is $46.00 to Canada and $76.00 elsewhere in the world. Send checks to:

Eric King
P.O. Box 9278
Berkeley, CA 94709

This Guide is the product of over 50 years of study of this material. It was completely revised in 1995 and 1996 and further revised in 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2011, 2018 and still once more in 2020. It is 896 pages long single spaced and deals with over 870 images all but one of which is illustrated in postage stamp size in black and white. The material covered extends to all the posters, postcards and handbills issued by the Family Dog between 1965 and 1970, all the numbered posters, postcards and handbills issued by Bill Graham for the Fillmore/Fillmore West series between 1966 in 1973, all the known posters, postcards and handbills issued by Russ Gibb for any concert between 1966 in 1973 as well as any concert presented by anyone else at the Grande Ballroom in this time frame, any material which is part of the Neon Rose series by Victor Moscoso from 1966 to 1968 and all known material for the Vulcan Gas Company in Austin, Texas from 1967 to 1970.

This Guide is thoroughly professional in nature. Each item; each poster, postcard and handbill, each original, reprint, forgery and pirate has its own specific, unique identification number as well as a description which in virtually all cases will enable someone to distinguish any item without reference to any other item. My Guide also includes cross-references and indexes by artist and performer so that you can check out the work of your favorites.

No prices are included in my Guide. In the past this was the territory of Fred Williams who published a highly useful price guide until 2008.  His last edition, his seventh,  unfortunately now is out of date. In the past I have used Fred's Guide in my regular work as well as in generating a number of major appraisals for donations to museums, most notably the Denver Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame. These appraisals had to pass muster with the IRS. They did so with no problems. I have the greatest of respect for Fred's work. Sadly Fred, like many of the rest of us, is suffering from the ravages of aging, and he has been unable to complete his work on his eighth edition. He recognizes that the seventh edition of his Guide is now out of date, and he has asked me to remove the link to him that formerly was here.

I do consultations, mostly by telephone, for $150.00/hr. -- legal work and testimony higher, prices on request. If you are contemplating spending $500.00 or more on an item, you ought to consider discussing with me whether or not it is a prudent investment. Drop me a note with your phone number and a time to call.

I also perform authentications of this material. The fee for this is $20.00 to $100.00 depending on the item, plus return postage and insurance. The only way I am willing to do authentications is to write on the back of the poster in light pencil who I am, why I am entitled to authenticate this material and what the item is according to the numbering system in my Guide. I then sign this. I will not write this on a separate sheet of paper. This is done to prevent an unscrupulous person from taking my authentication of a genuine original and putting it with a reprint, pirate or forgery.

Michael O'Neill

This website originally was produced by Michael O'Neill.
Michael O'Neill died in 2003. He was an angry, aggressive, arrogant, rude and obnoxious fellow while he was alive, but I must have really liked him because I miss him a lot. The link to his name which used to be a link to his site is now a link to some poems his friends have written about him. One of them is by his close friend, the world famous street poet, the late Julia Vinograd, aka the Bubble Lady. One of them is mine. I am not alone among people who had a lot of trouble putting up with him who now are sad he is gone. Berkeley's Mediterraneum Caffe will not be the same without him.

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Posters, Postcards and Handbills listed in the Guide

Bill Graham Presents

Family Dog Presents

Grande Ballroom
Russ Gibb

Neon Rose

Vulcan Gas Company


Artists listed in the guide.

Peter Bailey
Joel Beck
Jim Blashfield
D. Bread
David Byrd
Dean Cail
David Carlin
Lee Conklin
Alice Cow
Doyle Phillips a.k.a. Lemonado de Sica D.
Donnie Dop
Donnie Dope
San Andreas Fault
Michael Ferguson
Mardi Forrester
Donnie Forsyth
Bob Fried
Robert Fried
James Gardner
Arnold Genthe
Billy Glover
Joe Gomez
Bonnie Green
Rick Griffin
Gary Grimshaw
Pat Hanks
Jack Hatfield
Chet Helms
William Henry
Chad Hines
L. Kent Hollister
George Hunter
Greg Irons
Chris Johnson
Dana W. Johnson
Paul Kagan
Robert Knight
Nicholas Kouninos
Ned Lamont
Tom Glass aka Ned Lamont
Charles Laurens
Patrick Lofthouse
Carl Lundgren
Dr. Mabuse
Bonnie MacLean
Peter Max
Chris Morton
Victor Moscoso
Stanley Mouse
John H. Myers
Dennis Nolan
John O'Green
Norman Orr
Neon Park
Harry Pumpkins
P. Pynchon
Matthew Radofsky
Steve Rahn
Steve Renick
Willyum Rowe
Wilfred Satty
Bob Schnepf
Al Shamie
Casey Simpson
Magdalene Sinclair
David Singer
Jim Smircich
David Smith
J & S Stoddard
Kurt Strausse
Mari Tepper
John Thompson
Randy Tuten
Rob Tyner
Jerry Uelsmann
Jerry Wainwright
David Warren
Erik Weber
Roger Weil
Adolph Weinman
Thomas Weir
Wes Wilson
Bellmer Wright
Jerry Younkins
Paul Zavorskas