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Big Brother Kweskin Jug Band San Francisco 66 Mouse Kelley

Posted: Sun Sep 03, 2006 4:11 pm
by automator

Posted: Sun Sep 03, 2006 4:23 pm
by mfs67
According to the notes, "the first and second printings are originals", which is correct. However, in the price history it appears as though the "2nd" printing corresponds to "RP-3" instead of "OP-2", and the "1st" printing covers both "OP-1" and "OP-2." It seems as though the price history printing designations should be changed to "OP-1", "OP-2", "RP-3", etc.

Posted: Sun Sep 03, 2006 5:51 pm
by whalaw
mfs67 wrote:According to the notes, "the first and second printings are originals", which is correct. However, in the price history it appears as though the "2nd" printing corresponds to "RP-3" instead of "OP-2", and the "1st" printing covers both "OP-1" and "OP-2." It seems as though the price history printing designations should be changed to "OP-1", "OP-2", "RP-3", etc.
I think you are correct. Unfortunately, many people have entered auctions as OP-2, when it should be RP-3. They see 2nd print listed on E-Bay and automatically assume that it corresponds to the Expressobeans 2nd print. If you don't know the series and the way they are currently entered on Expressobeans, it is best to look each poster up before entering the auction.

I plan to tackle the FD series sooner or later. When I do, I will try to get as much of this cleaned-up as possible.

Posted: Sun Sep 03, 2006 6:37 pm
by mfs67
That works for some of the FD posters, such as this one and FD-27. In those cases, there doesn't seem to be a significant price difference between OP-1 and OP-2. In fact, some or all of the websites that offer FD-29s for sale don't even allow you to select one or the other. However, for a poster like FD-17 there's a big price difference between an OP-1 and an OP-2, and designating them both as being a "1st" doesn't really work.

Posted: Sun May 04, 2008 8:29 pm
by GreenMt
This image is from one of Mucha's greatest and most famous posters--one of two (the other is much larger) he did for Job cigarettes

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FD-029 Big Brother Kweskin SF 66 Mouse Kelley

Posted: Mon Feb 08, 2010 2:00 pm
by automator
New image FD-029 Big Brother Kweskin SF 66 Mouse Kelley
29(2) Black pass only

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FD-029 Big Brother Kweskin SF 66 Mouse Kelley

Posted: Sun Oct 10, 2010 10:31 am
by automator
New image FD-029 Big Brother Kweskin SF 66 Mouse Kelley
FD29 white 2nd Black color pass only. Signed by Mouse 10/9/10 during TRPS

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FD-029 Big Brother Kweskin SF 66 Mouse Kelley

Posted: Sun Oct 10, 2010 10:33 am
by automator
New image FD-029 Big Brother Kweskin SF 66 Mouse Kelley
Mouse signing FD29 white 2nd Black color pass only. Signed 10/9/10 during TRPS

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FD-029 Big Brother Kweskin SF 66 Mouse Kelley

Posted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 3:28 pm
by automator
New image FD-029 Big Brother Kweskin SF 66 Mouse Kelley


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Re: Big Brother Kweskin Jug Band San Francisco 66 Mouse Kell

Posted: Tue Oct 21, 2014 5:11 pm
by mrdj2u
I just stumbled upon a short stack of the FD-029 RP-7. They are in varying condition,but most are really solid. Sure it's RP 7, but these were printed in 1986, on the original presses, and authorized by Mouse and Kelley. Both artist signatures are perfect. Colors are amazing. Run was 350.

My understanding is the old presses were at Jack Gallery in Chicago, when he(the owner) died, these folks bought much of the inventory and the presses. I have zero ties to the seller, I literally stumbled into gallery and saw this it in back room. A few minutes of haggling and it was mine. I'd be happy to point anyone in the right direction if they want one. The might have some FD-21 RP 5(1986) "Earthquake's" too.

Poster is huge in person and I'm looking forward to framing it up.

Re: Big Brother Kweskin Jug Band San Francisco 66 Mouse Kell

Posted: Wed Mar 29, 2017 9:59 pm
by hayward96
I came across a copy of this print that is much larger that anything listed here. It measures 29 x 41 3/4 and is signed by Mouse

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-ndn ... UVkMGVXcWM

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-ndnh ... sp=sharing


Does anyone have Eric Kings book to look this up? Or any idea which edition this is?
Thanks for any help.