|Title:||The Doors-1960's Concert Photograph|
|Description:||an origional 8x10 photograph taken of the late jim morrison live in concert.|
|Condition:||professional quality. no tears ,scratches, scuffs, or creases.|
|Origin:||the photograph was aquired through a relative who collects music memoribilia.|
|Provenance:||to my knowledge the picture was stored for more than 25 years in a locked chest before i inherited it.|
|Appraised By:||George Smith|
|Appraiser Comments:||I rather think that his haircut is not all that bad....this photo is really an unknown quantity as no record is available as to how many of these photo's exist as it is difficult if not impossible to distinguish between an original print taken of an original negative and an extra print or prints taken of the same negative..given the fame of the singer and the group he was with, and further given that this picture can be authenticated as being an original first print, then the photo is worth the amount shown below...If the photographer signed the back of the print then this will suffice as authentication of originality..|
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