Pair of original 1st printing Bonnie MacLean-designed concert posters for a pair of Bill Graham-produced 1967 shows at the Fillmore Auditorium, Cow Palace and Winterland in San Francisco, CA; the first is a 14 x 21&1/4" medium-flat vellum stock poster for Long Island's own Vanilla Fudge with Blue Cheer and the Sunshine Company at the Fillmore Auditorium on 9/21&23/1967 and Donovan at Cow Palace on 9/22/1967 (image #84 in the Fillmore series) in excellent (B+) condition; a single staple hole in the upper left corner, a hint of handling, a whisper of toning and a couple of tiny bits of glue residue/pen scratch on the reverse, otherwise fine. The other is a 14 x 21&1/8" poster featuring the Byrds with B.B. King and the Electric Flag at the Fillmore on 12/7 and at Winterland on 12/8-9/1967 (image number 96 in the series); Thick flat vellum stock poster is in decent/OK (B-) condition; numerous scattered pin/staple holes in all four corners and at several points within the image (item was posted in 1967), with a decent-sized grouping in the top left corner, scattered small stains/surface/edge dings, areas of toning around the lettering and a few old tape residue marks on the reverse, otherwise not too bad- a fairly charming example overall. These posters come from the collection of Sanford Tucker, proprietor of the legendary "Sanford's" and "Velvet Underground" hip clothing boutiques of San Francisco. Be sure to check out other listings for more items from Sandy's eclectic assortment of posters.