This framed Pink Floyd memorabilia collage includes a great large vintage circa-1970 autographed photo of Roger Waters at a film/television performance shoot and a later photo of Waters and David Gilmour onstage. It also contains a mounted copy of their masterpiece 1973 album Dark Side Of The Moon and a replica concert ticket from a 1973 Tampa, Florida concert. Includes Letter of Authenticity for Waters autograph from Roger Epperson (REAL). Pay homage to this great group from their prime period with this impressive collage, complete with a rare genuine Roger Waters autograph.
Don't be fooled by other "signed" Pink Floyd items on the Internet or in stores. Ask to see a COA/LOA from top authenticators like JSA (James Spence Authentication), PSA/DNA, Beckett, or REAL (Epperson). You'll find that 80% of sellers won't be able to provide this.
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- Vintage circa-1970 11x17 autographed photo of Roger Waters
- Letter of Authenticity from REAL (Roger Epperson) - see image
- 4x6 photos of Waters and David Gilmour onstage
- Mounted copy of Pink Floyd's 1973 masterpiece The Dark of the Moon
- Replica Pink Floyd concert ticket from their concert in Tampa, Florida
- Engraved nameplate
- Beautifully framed piece measuring approx. 27.5" x 39.5"
- MusicGoldmine Premier Framing with custom black/white double matting
- MusicGoldmine Authenticity Guarantee
- Item in photo is exact item you will receive, one-of-a-kind
- Fantastic, custom collectible for any Pink Floyd fan
- FREE insured shipping to continental U.S.
- International shipping available
Pink Floyd, the classic, longest-running lineup of which included David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Roger Waters and Richard Wright. formed in 1965 with original vocalist/guitarist Syd Barrett. When the troubled Barrett left the group after a successful debut album, the lineup gelled as above to produce a series of increasingly popular and aclaimed albums including Meddle, The Dark Side Of The Moon, Animals, Wish You Were Here, and The Wall, amongst others. While they have since performed together a time or two, the last album produced by the full group that featured both Waters and Gilmour was 1983's The Final Cut.
A somewhat acrimonious split ended up with Waters touring on his own as a solo act, including performing The Wall in its entirety on several tours given it was primarily his creation, while Gilmour toured as Pink Floyd along with Mason and Wright. Both released numerous albums and continued to tour, although Wright died in 2008 effectively ending Pink Floyd according to Gilmour.
Pink Floyd has sold over 250 million albums worldwide, was inducted into the U.S. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996 and the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005.