The Yardbirds Autographs and Still I’m Sad Single Poster

£515.00

Hand-Signed on paper

1965

Excellent Condition

Framed

If required we offer a bespoke framing service

Postage and packaging free in the UK

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1 in stock

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    About This Piece

    Introducing the Yardbirds Autographs and Still I’m Sad Single Poster – a rare collector’s gem that pays homage to one of the most influential rock bands of the mid-60s. This remarkable piece features not only the signatures but also the supporting material from the single “Still I’m Sad,” which was included in the iconic “Having a Rave Up” Album.

    Yardbirds, formed in 1963, left an indelible mark on the music landscape with their string of hits during the mid-60s. The autographs include those of Jeff Beck, who succeeded Eric Clapton in 1965 and stayed with the band for 20 months, providing a unique window into the era when these signatures were collected.

    With signatures from Jeff Beck, Keith Relf, Chris Dreja, Paul Samwell-Smith, and Jim McCarty, this piece is a treasure trove of rock history. Each signature represents a chapter in the Yardbirds’ legendary journey, making this collector’s item a must-have for any dedicated fan or music aficionado.

    This unique memorabilia is not only a testament to Yardbirds’ enduring influence but also a tangible piece of history. To enhance its presentation, the poster is framed, providing an exquisite display option. Postage and packaging within the UK are included, ensuring a hassle-free experience for our customers. Please contact us for worldwide shipping options, and we’ll ensure this piece of history reaches you, no matter where you are.

    Don’t miss the opportunity to own a piece of rock history with the Yardbirds Autographs and Still I’m Sad Single Poster. Whether you’re a devoted Yardbirds enthusiast, a collector of music memorabilia, or simply a lover of classic rock, this piece is a rare find that deserves a special place in your collection. Order now and let the nostalgia and musical brilliance of the Yardbirds fill your space.

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