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Poster: MICK JAGGER Rolling Stones Vintage Original GIANT B&W Live Shot Poster M- 1983

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12 Jun 2019
13 May 2019
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Original Head-Shop Poster!

Journey back in time when you could go down to your local Head-Shop and get your smoking essentials and maybe a POSTER for your bedroom, if you had enough money! This is an ORIGINAL poster from the time! At that time they were around in quantity and easy to find, but now most of the classic Posters are very Out-Of-Print! Until now... 100% Official & Authentic (This is NOT reproduction)!

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Condition: Mint- [NEW! {Never Used}]

Size: Aprox. 26" x 76"

Year: 1983

Poster #: #BL056 (LARGE)

Origin: U.S.A.

Overall Condition: The poster you see is the poster you will receive! Excellent condition for it's age...

CONDITION: Excellent. The poster has never been used or hung-up. No tape or staple holes. The photo is to give you an idea of what the poster looks like, the actual poster colors are brilliant and clear! Sometimes the posters are very hard to get a photo of if they have been rolled up for years, but we do are best! All of what we sell here at Music Inferno is 100% Guaranteed!

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Conversion Table: Inches to Centimeters.

12 x 12 inches is approximately 30 x 30cm.

11 x 17 inches is approximately 28 x 43cm.

12 x 18 inches is approximately 31 x 46cm.

18 x 24 inches is approximately 46 x 61cm.

20 x 30 inches is approximately 51 x 76cm.

24 x 36 inches is approximately 61 x 91cm.

For other dimensions please use the following conversion rate:

1 inch is equal to 2.54 centimeters, and

1 centimeter is equal to .39 inches.

American head shops originated in the 1960s in cities with high concentrations of college-age youth, often growing out of independently owned poster or candle stores. Historically, US head shops proliferated on St. Mark's Place in New York City's East Village, in West Los Angeles, in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, and in Chicago's Old Town. Sources cite the Psychedelic Shop on Haight Street in San Francisco as the first head shop in the United States. Operated by United States Army veteran Ron Thelin and his younger brother Jay, it opened on January 3, 1966. Four months later Jeff Glick opened "Head Shop" on East Ninth Street in New York City. Also in 1966, The Birmingham Balloon Company opened at 113 Fry Street Denton, Tx.

The oldest surviving head shop in Britain is Head In The Clouds, which was opened in Norwich in April 1971 by Martin Wyatt and strives to continue its original layout and "love and peace" ethos.

Head shops served as an important outlet for underground newspapers and the underground comix of Robert Crumb and other counterculture cartoonists, which had little access to the established channels of newsstand distribution. The shops' popularity eventually waned with the aging of that era's baby boomer generation, and with the retail mainstream discovering and co-opting aspects of that market niche, such as acid rock and eco-friendly products.