1969 Woodstock Rolling Stone Wallkill Ticket Program

1969 Woodstockthree item collection, Rolling Stone Issues 40 and 42 and a reproduction copy of the original Woodstock Program from the 80's.The Woodstock organizers had placed adds in underground, counterculture, radical, hippy, music, publications in advance of the festival for advance ticket sales and then the Wallkill Village Board banned the festival and that sent the organizers in a frantic search for the alternative site. Max Yasgur enters the picture and music history was made.....the Wallkill advance ticket sales add is in the Rolling Stone 1969 issue number 40 on page 31 and is a very collectable piece of Woodstock memorabilia. I sold over $5000.00 of Authentic Woodstock memorabilia in August of 2009 for the 40th anniversary. I am thinning out my collection of Woodstock memorabilia and will be listing several opportunities to grab some interesting pieces from the 1969 history making event. Please ask any questions and read entire description before bidding, take a l--00--k at my other listings and you may find something that also interests you..... thanks

Rolling Stone # 40 August 23 1969 has a piece missing on front cover and a small Kinks add cut out on page 27.... however the Woodstock Wallkill add is there in all its glory....... I have seen the framed add alone sell on EBAY for my beginning bid .The magazine has browning to edges, small tears, no mailing address, pages intact, and I see no markings or writing.

Rolling Stone # 42 September 20 1969 is a very sought after Woodstock piece, great Baron Wolman cover shot and cover story "It was like balling for the first time".......Extensive multi page article on the festival with photos. Magazine is complete, browning to page edges, some tattering and chipping on edges, mailing address attached, and I see no marking or writing.

1969 Woodstock Program (reproduction)

Copy of the original, intact, no marking or writing, for your information and buying guidance /confidence…… I have listed the Authentic Program proofs below

AUTHENTIC 1969 WOODSTOCK CRITERIA / PROOFS

Ø Ø First thing… on the cover the letter “ f ” in the word “ of “ in the phrase 3 days of peace and love must be on the yellow daisy, this is the easiest proof, if not then you have a fake /reproduction

Ø Ø Back cover (you may need a magnifying glass) the periods at the end of paragraph sentences are “round” in the authentic program, if square you have a fake /reproduction

Ø Ø Programs are exactly 10 7/8 inches long and 8 3/8 inches in width

Ø Ø Top of top staple is 2 5/16 from top of program and bottom staple is 2 5/16 inches from bottom of program

Ø Ø Grateful Dead page all writing is in “red “, in some fakes / reproductions bottom right ink is black

Ø Ø Onion paper parchment must be in place after and before front and back covers

Ø Ø Authentic 1969 Woodstock Programs were not handed out at the festival in “white envelopes with the Woodstock Logo on them” not the real deal!!

Ø Ø Original authentic 1969 Woodstock programs have some printing flaws in some of the pages where black ink was used; these differ copy to copy in originals but most have some minute white dots.

Ø Ø Finally there is NO such thing as mint, unless graded 10 by PSA or some other internationally recognized appraiser.

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