Phish Greek Theatre 2010 Pollock Posters (3 different posters)- Identical Numbers, Signed by Phish, RARE!!!
 
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Phish Greek Theatre 2010 Pollock Posters (3 different posters)- Identical Numbers, Signed by Phish, RARE!!!

Phish Greek Theatre 2010 Pollock Posters (3 different posters)- Identical Numbers, Signed by Phish, RARE!!!

Phish Greek Theatre 2010 Pollock Posters (3 different posters)- Identical Numbers, Signed by Phish, RARE!!!

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This is a rare find, as this items includes the three posters from each of the Phish Greek Theatre shows which took place in August, 2010.

All three posters are Pollocks.

All three posters are signed by the band.

All three posters are signed by artist Jim Pollock.

And....all three posters are identically numbered 124/750. The 9/5/2010 poster is 14" x 21" The 9/6/2010 poster is 1/2" x 23". The 9/7/2010 poster is 14" x 21". Posters will ship in one tube rolled.

Note: Shipping charges assume the poster will ship within the United States. The added cost for shipments outside of the United States will be the responsibility of the winner.

 
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11/8/2011 10:00:00 AM
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