Jimi Hendrix 92 Kozik

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Fri Feb 09, 2007 4:59 pm

one of the holy grails for any kozik collector

the large silkscreen edition (X/150) is extremely hard to find

the smaller cheap offset in the much larger edition is easy to find but not interesting

the kozik hendrix and the kozik sinatra are amazing prints
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Fri Feb 09, 2007 7:01 pm

the sinatra is ugly as sin. which in itself adds to it's awesomeness
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Fri Feb 09, 2007 7:17 pm

piemel wrote:one of the holy grails for any kozik collector

the large silkscreen edition (X/150) is extremely hard to find

the smaller cheap offset in the much larger edition is easy to find but not interesting

the kozik hendrix and the kozik sinatra are amazing prints
i gave up, got the cheap litho, it's not that i wanted to give up, damn hard find
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Sat Feb 10, 2007 2:29 am

I managed to get a Sinatra a few years back....an amazing piece no doubt. I had a lead on the Hendrix, but it slipped between my fingers. That was over three years ago :(
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Sat Feb 10, 2007 11:16 am

This is the first time I have seen this.
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Sat Feb 10, 2007 6:25 pm

noob :)

this is the real silent/secret holy grail for kozik collectors

edition of 150 and these suckers were bought up by hardcore hendrix fans immediately... so most of these are not in the hands of rock poster collectors but of hendrix collectors.... and those people are NUTS... hence its pretty damn hard to find.

the sinatra was retracted and doesnt really count beacuse so few slipped out before the sinatra estate put a stop to that one...
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Sat Apr 07, 2007 11:15 am

So close I could taste it :x
Nevermind. I live to fight another day.
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Sun Feb 10, 2008 4:35 pm

DONT TRY TO BUY THIS PRINT FROM 'grandpaboy'

HE IS A LIAR AND A THIEF!!
NEVER DEAL WITH TOM MINARCHICK!(aka, fuedalist_tart on EBAY. HE IS A SCAM ARTIST.PM IF YOU NEED DETAILS.
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I see he's "selling" a Ben Harper Sunset as well. Tom Minarchick under a different name?
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Codeblue wrote:I see he's "selling" a Ben Harper Sunset as well. Tom Minarchick under a different name?
Yes. Tom Minarchick got himself a new screenname
NEVER DEAL WITH TOM MINARCHICK!(aka, fuedalist_tart on EBAY. HE IS A SCAM ARTIST.PM IF YOU NEED DETAILS.
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It says this poster originally sold for $200, however I purchased mine directly from Artrock for $75 in '92. For provenance I have the original receipt and several Artrock catalogs with the image on the cover. (I have a copy of the smaller version - 25000 printed - and I have 2 uncut proof sheets of the smaller version with the postcards attatched.)
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Has anyone else noticed that the strings and frets on the upper end of the guitar neck are missing? Are they all like that?
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Mon Jul 19, 2010 10:53 pm

seraphicpark wrote:It says this poster originally sold for $200, however I purchased mine directly from Artrock for $75 in '92. For provenance I have the original receipt and several Artrock catalogs with the image on the cover. (I have a copy of the smaller version - 25000 printed - and I have 2 uncut proof sheets of the smaller version with the postcards attatched.)
entry updated, thanks seraphicpark. for best results, please use the EB entry corrections thread in the Help section of the forums, a volunteer will be certain to address your request there promptly.

please upload pics of the uncut sheet and any others by using the Add Image link in the Member Tools module to the left on the entry's main page - thanks again! :)
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