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Stevie Ray Vaughan SIGNED Concert Poster from 1987, with Jimmy Vaughan

Stevie Ray Vaughan SIGNED Concert Poster from 1987, with Jimmy Vaughan
Stevie Ray Vaughan SIGNED Concert Poster from 1987, with Jimmy Vaughan
Stevie Ray Vaughan SIGNED Concert Poster from 1987, with Jimmy Vaughan
Stevie Ray Vaughan SIGNED Concert Poster from 1987, with Jimmy Vaughan

Stevie Ray Vaughan SIGNED Concert Poster from 1987, with Jimmy Vaughan
In September of 87, Stevie was on a 2 week break in his home town of Texas in the middle of a 2 year non stop tour. His brothers band was playing a free show in his back yard and the fans that night were treated to the one and only Stevie Ray Vaughan doing a surprise set with his brothers band. Some lucky soul was back stage and pulled down one of the poster hanging around and got Jimmy and his band, and Stevie to sign it. You can tell it was impromptu because the poster (24×35) was either held up against maybe stucco or laid on some sort of textured anti-slip surface and signed giving the signatures a rough feel. If you look carefully and close at an angle in the light you can see tiny bumps from the signing surface only where the ink hit. The poster is in fair condition, some fading and the edges are a little worn and there are pin holes but considering this poster was never meant to saved and not made for the collectors market like Bill Graham posters for example and it’s age I’d say it’s fair. Any bumps or wrinkles will be smoothed out when linen backed by the framer which is the only way to frae this without it sagging. Signed SRV concert posters are exceedingly rare, only few exist. While not the coolest poster, it has an interesting story. Thank you so much for viewing my auctions. I have been getting autographs in person in the Pacific Northwest for over 2.5 decades. I also traveled frequently over the years to get autographs up and down the west coast and beyond. Couple this with the fact that more and more people simply dont sign or sign very little. This is why only a handful of people do this in each city and is why people who sell real autographs have seemingly high prices. I guarantee everything I sell to pass any reasonable TPA such as ACOA, PSA, JSA or Roger Epperson. For albums I use crush proof mailers and I used chip boards and backers and bubble envelopes etc. Please keep this in mind. Condition and specific item details. I list a lot of stuff guys. It takes a lot of time. I cant always list every single detail so I ask that if you have a specific question about condition or potential minute flaws that you just ask. Getting autographs can be like a scrum and items can get little marks or dents along the way. Usually not, but it can happen. So while 99% of the items are perfect relative to the context, for example a used record is USED!! Some items may have minor flaws so if you are a stickler for details shoot me a message here and I will specifically check for you but it its noteworthy Id be forthcoming or just not list it. This also applies to where I got the item signed. I do not take proof photos. Proof photos are one of the biggest scams in the hobby. 99% of the time they dont show your specific items being signed so they prove nothing other than said person was signing autographs at some point in time. These photos are used repeatedly as a license to forge. People alter these images by photo shopping items into pictures and you can go online and grab any proof photos and use them as your own. I dont wish to make the signer uncomfortable and stop signing, my goal is to get more autographs, not generic images of them signing. Proof photos are big business in LA and NY for example where that photo being a license to forge is more valuable than the autograph itself. NY, LA and the UK are cesspools of the forging empire. Keep this in mind. The biggest myth in this hobby is that COAs prove authenticity. This doesnt even apply to top TPAs such as Becket or PSA. I regularly see fake times with TPA certs as do I see them fail real items. Authentication isnt an exact science so like any human they often make mistakes. I do not offer TPA certs with my items. I got them signed myself so I know they are real and dont need to pay someone else for their opinion on the matter. If you want a top TPA cert you will need to acquire this on your own at your own cost. Usually quick opinions can be had for a fraction of the cost too. I also do not offer a personal COA. A personal COA is just paper, it has no meaningful power of authenticity on the open market so what is the point? Im willing to give you something tangible but not a homemade meaningless COA. The item “Stevie Ray Vaughan SIGNED Concert Poster from 1987, with Jimmy Vaughan” is in sale since Wednesday, August 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Autographs-Original\Music\Rock & Pop\Posters”. The seller is “sodoautographs” and is located in Lynnwood, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Stevie Ray Vaughan SIGNED Concert Poster from 1987, with Jimmy Vaughan

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