Led Zeppelin Madison Square Gardens Poster


Multi Signed

In excellent condition

17.25 x 24.25 inches


If required we offer a bespoke framing service

Comes with previous provenance and a BHP Collectibles COA

Postage and packaging are free in the UK

Please contact us to discuss worldwide shipping options

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    About This Piece

    Embark on a sonic journey through the annals of rock history with the Led Zeppelin Madison Square Garden Poster. This captivating piece commemorates the legendary band’s monumental appearance at the iconic venue from July 27-29, 1973. The 17.25 x 24.25 inches poster, adorned with imagery from the groundbreaking ‘Houses Of The Holy’ and ‘Led Zeppelin II’ albums, is a visual testament to the magic that unfolded on those hallowed nights.

    In pristine condition and unframed, this multi-signed poster stands as a cherished relic of Led Zeppelin’s unparalleled musical legacy. The striking black and metallic-grey print not only captures the essence of the era but also pays homage to the band’s artistic evolution.

    Consider our bespoke framing service to elevate this piece into a true work of art, ready to adorn the walls of any dedicated fan or music connoisseur. Accompanied by previous provenance and a BHP Collectibles COA, this poster not only guarantees authenticity but also adds a layer of historical significance to its appeal.

    Transport yourself to the electric atmosphere of Madison Square Garden in 1973, where Led Zeppelin, at the height of their musical prowess, left an indelible mark on the world of rock. Enjoy the added convenience of free postage and packaging within the UK, and don’t hesitate to explore our worldwide shipping options to bring this musical treasure to your doorstep.

    Seize the opportunity to own a piece of the magic that is Led Zeppelin’s historic Madison Square Garden concert. Contact us now to secure this extraordinary poster and let it become the focal point of your music memorabilia collection, a symbol of the band’s enduring influence on the world of rock.

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