VINTAGE ROCK POSTERS
All of the posters on this site are originals unless noted in description.
PashCo specializes in rare and vintage psychedelic rock posters, memorabilia, and music industry collectibles. From the BEATLES to ZAPPA you'll find your rock memorabilia here. We always add new and unique items and are the resellers of record for many famous artists of the Woodstock era, offering RARE and VINTAGE ROCK ART. We also sell vintage ephemera and vintage FINE ART. Oh, and the picture to the left of this text? Thats me with David Edward Byrd - the original creator of the first Woodstock poster - and we are at WOODSTOCK ! Google him!
PARTICIPATE IN OUR NEXT AUCTION - FEATURING 250+ ROCK POSTERS
On May 11th, 2016 we will auction over 250 rare and vintage rock posters, flyers and handbills. Live online auction catalog: VINTAGE ROCK POSTER AUCTION
SEE THE RESULTS OF OUR LAST AUCTIONS !
On October 18th 2015 we auctioned over 500 photography books, and vintage rock posters. We had 3300 bidders from 11 countries. Click here to see some of the results: Live online auction catalog: HISTORICAL PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK AUCTION
On June 14th 2015 we auctioned over 200 photography books, and nearly 300 vintage rock posters. We had 3300 bidders from 11 countries. Click here to see some of the results: Live online auction catalog: HISTORICAL PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK AUCTION
On March 22nd 2015 we auctioned Over 550 vintage and rare items. We had 3600 bidders from over 18 countries participate. Click here to see some of the results.
Featured was an original signed Woodstock NO-BLACK plate poster. Because of the continually changing band lineup for the Woodstock festival, Rappaport Press printed the posters without the black plate, which could be quickly added later. The resulting graphic, stripped down to only the hand, guitar neck, bird and famous tag line, illustrates the dramatic branding impact of this iconic design. Additionally, on the blocks was a very rare 1969 Pandora Productions OVAL. These test posters were NEVER SOLD the the public. They were experiments in paper, inks and the technology of the times. Very few exist and very few are available if ever found.