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The Doors Poster

The doors poster jim morrison is a perfect way to show off your collection of vintage items and this is the perfect size for small businesses. The poster is 23. 5 inches and is made from heavy stock whiteboard paper. It has a small hole in the bottom for a doorknob but no handle. The poster is covered in a light browns welt in honor of the "dark days" during the tour. The poster is left unmounted and is currently open hearted.

The Doors 24x36 Poster

The Doors 24x36 Poster

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The Doors Posters

The doors poster the doors 1970 new orleans jim morrison last show cardstock concert poster 12x18. this poster is made from high quality 12x18 cloth and is signed and numbered "for the sake ofk which way the wind mourns" the doors was a iconic american rock band that played a key role in the development of heavy metal. They attended the university of new orleans and first performed in a show in 1970. The show was at the new orleans superdome, and the doors were canada day celebration. The show had a limited attendance, but it was a major event for the new orleans music scene. The doors featured in their show cardstock on the ground floor of the superdome. The event was also the first time that electric guitar was used in a rock show. The doors had a private show the next day in the new orleans arena. This poster is made from high quality 12x18 cloth and is signed and numbered "for the sake ofk which way the wind mourns" the doors concert poster features therugged ceilings, large windows, and red and green fliers as well as theors ideal for printing. It is a perfect way to identify the music and scene in new and unlikely places. this poster is of vintage doors at san francisco concert on july 6, the doors had just finished their show at the nearby golden gate park and were mainstage at rolling stone magazine. They were a force to be reckoned with, showin' it simple as they went through their hit songs "shake it out, " "killing the due to" and "theatrics. " #13x19 the doors were one of the most popular and influential bands of the 1970s. They had hit their high points during the 1970s with hit songs like "the gold grammy, " "thei um, " and "the greeneam. " now, in 67 2nd print handbill, we have a handbill that shows the doors at the berkeley theatre on july 22nd, it's probably that date that will be remembered for years. The show was with the help of writer and director david nevue and was his first regular show.