FT: 1998 East Lansing AP, ISO: 2013 Pittsburgh AP

HoldeINHoldeIN Posts: 53
edited September 10 in Lost Dogs

ISO:  2013 Pittsburgh Munk One AP

FT: 1998 East Lansing AP Signed/Numbered - excellent condition

 Thanks for considering.

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  • HoldeINHoldeIN Posts: 53
    edited November 2018
    Weekend bump.
    Thanks
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  • HoldeINHoldeIN Posts: 53
    edited September 5
    Bump.  
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  • Weekend bump
  • HoldeINHoldeIN Posts: 53
    edited September 5
    Bump.
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    edited September 10
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  • HoldeINHoldeIN Posts: 53
    ISO 2013 Pittsburgh AP
    FT 1998 East Lansing AP Signed/Numbered excellent condition
  • Pitt AP is going for about 4 grand now a days, no?
  • SJD3232SJD3232 Posts: 2,047
    Pitt AP is going for about 4 grand now a days, no?
    Correct
  • MattchewMattchew Posts: 1,023
    Pitt AP is going for about 4 grand now a days, no?
    Yes, still blows my mind.
  • BF89905BF89905 Posts: 1,044
    edited September 16
    If someone is willing to pay $4,000 usd for this poster, consider mine available. If you're in the Greater Toronto area, we won't even have to roll it up.
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  • Last few sales have been right around that point


  • cp3iversoncp3iverson Posts: 5,440
    One of the greatest
  • bbiggsbbiggs Posts: 3,646
    BF89905 said:
    If someone is willing to pay $4,000 usd for this poster, consider #29 available. If you're in the Greater Toronto area, we won't even have to roll it up.
    Smart decision. If I had one I’d sell it in a New York minute. That’s an insane price. 
  • SHZASHZA St. Louis, MO USAPosts: 101
    BF89905 said:
    If someone is willing to pay $4,000 usd for this poster, consider #29 available. If you're in the Greater Toronto area, we won't even have to roll it up.
    But would you take $4,000 cad? 
  • sdavissdavis Posts: 865
    BF89905 said:
    If someone is willing to pay $4,000 usd for this poster, consider #29 available. If you're in the Greater Toronto area, we won't even have to roll it up.
    This made me laugh! 
  • JW269453JW269453 Lubbock, TXPosts: 35
    edited September 12
    I do not understand the crazy bump in value for an A/P screen printed concert poster. I get that A/P's use to mean something in the art world because they were actually of a higher quality or an early version of the final product, but that is not the case anymore. With screen printing they are exactly the same as the SE's only set aside to be signed and sold by the artist. Does anyone really believe Munk One's signature is worth $2500 in this case? Could someone shed some light on this for me because these artists signatures are hardly rare, and there is no difference in the print. Good luck in your search!
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  • JW269453 said:
    I do not understand the crazy bump in value for an A/P screen printed concert poster. I get that A/P's use to mean something in the art world because they were actually of a higher quality or an early version of the final product, but that is not the case anymore. With screen printing they are exactly the same as the SE's only set aside to be signed and sold by the artist. Does anyone really believe Munk One's signature is worth $2500 in this case? Could someone shed some light on this for me because these artists signatures are hardly rare, and there is no difference in the print.
    With the Artist sig you do indeed know that you have a real print.  That is the only way in the past you knew you had the real deal but now a days?

    Who knows why?

    People like being in an exclusive club and an AP w only 100 sigs is pretty neat for a bunch of people but you are right as it is the same print that the SE's are.
  • BF89905BF89905 Posts: 1,044
    SHZA said:
    BF89905 said:
    If someone is willing to pay $4,000 usd for this poster, consider #29 available. If you're in the Greater Toronto area, we won't even have to roll it up.
    But would you take $4,000 cad? 
    A fellow Canuck ;)
  • JW269453JW269453 Lubbock, TXPosts: 35
    JW269453 said:
    I do not understand the crazy bump in value for an A/P screen printed concert poster. I get that A/P's use to mean something in the art world because they were actually of a higher quality or an early version of the final product, but that is not the case anymore. With screen printing they are exactly the same as the SE's only set aside to be signed and sold by the artist. Does anyone really believe Munk One's signature is worth $2500 in this case? Could someone shed some light on this for me because these artists signatures are hardly rare, and there is no difference in the print.
    With the Artist sig you do indeed know that you have a real print.  That is the only way in the past you knew you had the real deal but now a days?

    Who knows why?

    People like being in an exclusive club and an AP w only 100 sigs is pretty neat for a bunch of people but you are right as it is the same print that the SE's are.
    I never considered the signature as authenticating it, but that definitely makes sense. You're probably right about it being more of a status symbol than anything. I'll take an SE any day, there is something about the struggle of keeping it alive through a show that makes them more appealing to me. All of my posters have been to a Pearl Jam concert =)
  • All I’m saying is that I can get a 98 east Lansing, which btw is one of my favorite posters of all time being that I’m from Michigan, for probably $1200... you’d be better off trying to trade for a SE.  AP of this isn’t going to happen strait up for this one.
  • SHZASHZA St. Louis, MO USAPosts: 101
    BF89905 said:
    SHZA said:
    BF89905 said:
    If someone is willing to pay $4,000 usd for this poster, consider #29 available. If you're in the Greater Toronto area, we won't even have to roll it up.
    But would you take $4,000 cad? 
    A fellow Canuck ;)
    Haha no. Just curious where your bottom line might be. Assuming hypothetically that no one would offer $4k us, how many thousands would it take (in any currency) before you'd say I'd rather have the $$ than the poster. 

  • BF89905BF89905 Posts: 1,044
    I haven't really considered it until I saw the $4000 earlier in this thread.  It's my #1 poster.... I'll give it some thought.  Have a nice night.

    Good luck with your trade search OP
  • HoldeINHoldeIN Posts: 53
    Weekend bump.
    I appreciate the discussion. I'm just looking to trade one of the classics signed/numbered for another. I realize it's a long shot and would take the right person to be interested. The S/N of each may not sell at the same price, but that is what I would be willing to trade it for. East Lansing is one of my favorites but since I was at the Pittsburgh show it tips the scale. There are no logged sales of East Lansing S/N on collectionzz and the last captured on expressobeans was seven years ago. Show edition prices for both posters are trending in the same direction and roughly equal (two East Lansing sales with pinholes and damage this year in the $800's, mint two years ago at $1400). I completely understand that doesn't equate to the S/N selling at the same price and someone may prefer cash. But if someone is looking for an East Lansing AP, and has Pitt AP, let me know and maybe we can work something out. 
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