Graded vintage concert posters are big business — but may not be as pricey as you might think (gallery)

Vintage concert posters can be big, big business with iconic artists’ psychedelic promotions of the 1960s a particular focus for many.

CGC, which is known for grading comic books, also grades concert posters, handbills and postcards, helping collectors weed out bad examples of posters and helps show the elite pieces on a 10-point scale.

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Movie prints with a twist, concert posters fuel Garageland lineup

R2D2-CambellsIf you’re a movie or music fan, there’s plenty to collect — but you may not have seen items like the ones found in Garageland.

Han-WarholTake for instance the Star Warhol Series — a lineup of prints that mesh the iconic worlds of Star Wars and Andy Warhol. The Campbell’s Soup can is R2-D2 above, for example, while the pop artist’s famed style is also seen in other pieces from the Los Angeles-based company founded by a street artist known as Xray back in 2010.

Movies aren’t the only pieces to be found as there are also concert posters to be had, too.

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