I dont do this to be a nice guy, I do it because it simplifies things for me and saves time. Listed here today is a an original, authentic ticket stub for The Beatles concert at the Forest Hills Music Festival in Forest Hills, New York. This white cardboard ticket stub measures 1 ½ tall by 1 ¾ wide at its longest point.
It has a couple of extremely faint creases visible only on the back, and so faint that my photo taken out in natural daylight doesnt even show them. Otherwise this stub has no writing, tack holes, tape residue or fading that is often common with these things (it was never in a scrapbook). I was lucky enough to obtain this from one of those fans, who kept it tucked away for over 50 years before finally letting it go. STARTING THIS LISTING AT A BUCK, no reserve, letting the marketplace (you) determine its value. I just prefer to let market forces push any item where it will, and not engage in wishful-thinking pricing.And yes, occasionally an item stiffs, too, and you (not me) get a bargain. I DO NOT CLOSE AUCTIONS EARLY, so please dont ask. As for my credibility, I've had something on display in a music museum every single day since the fall of 1995, when the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum opened in Cleveland with over 10 of my items on display, including three Beatles Liverpool concert posters.
Presently I have two Bob Dylan posters on display at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, TN. I have over 350 YouTube videos up where I discuss rare and collectible concert memorabilia. You can find them either through my Web sites blog or my YouTube channel, both named PosterCentral. I also worked for CBS Records in the 1970s after being a small-town disc jockey for a few years.Thank you for stopping by, and please let me know if youre aware of any rare concert posters for sale from the late 1960s back to the 1920s. I love to collect vintage concert posters and pay the very BEST prices in the hobby. Whether its Bob Dylan or the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, the Grateful Dead or Janis Joplin, the Stones or Zeppelin, 50s founding fathers like Buddy Holly, Fats Domino and Elvis, or old-timers like Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday or Ella Fitzgerald, Im totally into it. Likewise with the earliest & rarest psychedelic concert memorabilia from the Acid Tests, Tributes to Dr. Strange, Sparkle Plenty or Ming the Merciless, and Bill Grahams Mime Troupe benefits in late 65/early 66, rare stuff like that. I also love concert tickets and stubs from my favorite artists. Thanks and have a great day! The item "The Beatles 1964 Concert Ticket Stub Forest Hills Music Festival, New York" is in sale since Thursday, March 24, 2016. This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists B\Beatles\Concert Memorabilia".
The seller is "mrposter" and is located in San Luis Obispo, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.