"Do you have an image of the full item?
it looks awkward, but if real, certainly not early 70’s. It looks 90’s or later.
My example below which I own, is from 1976, the first time Kiss came to the U.K. Early signatures, Peter signed with…"
"if i rember correctly that poster and flats only went up in store on release date as the band was unknow , we did release the a digipak of the cd single teen spirit first prior to the album release but they were an unknow band so knowbody…"
"i have 2 of the poster signed differntly that were signed in nyc just as the album came out also from work.
theres more to the story abot the gold signed ones from dgc but there real .i belive there will be some more that might pop up now.
Hi John - I appreciated your help earlier. I was seeking to determine whether or not my program was band-issued, sold on their website to promote the '94 tour. I'd been told this but was never able to independently verify. Anyway, the last bid placed was in the $1950 range. But as you probably know, top bid price isn't really the issue. I'd set a reserve of $1800 net to me. I put the program on eBay and just sold it two days ago for a best offer price of $2000, which after fees is around $1740 to me. This is less than what I'd hoped. But it seemed fair. I have communicated with the buyer via email. He seems to be a great guy, so I'm glad it went to a good home.