"Yes it will. I could have bought a first print for $100 from Ben Friedman in 1978. Same with the BG-105. I bought second prints of both for $10 each. The FD-26 Handbill is selling up to $5K these days in good shape and signed."
"A 9.8 BG-105-2 runs about $2K in a half decent auction. My other 2 would grade somewhere in the 9s. I have passed on paying for a first print. I prefer the glossier paper used for the second print over the matte color of the…"
"I’m fortunate to have a first and second printing. The second printing in NM used to go for about $700-800, which I thought was pretty expensive for a reprint. I can’t see paying thousands for a reprint in any condition."
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.