Blind Faith by Robert Matheu

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Blind Faith by Robert Matheu

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Robert Matheu
Detroit 1969

LIMITED EDITION
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 11 x 14-Silver RC-Standard

$575.00
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 11 x 14-Silver RC-Conservation

$700.00
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 11 x 14-Silver RC-Silver RC

$500.00
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 16 x 20-Silver RC-Standard

$1,000.00
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 16 x 20-Silver RC-Conservation

$1,150.00
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 16 x 20-Silver RC-Silver RC

$900.00
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 20 x 24-Silver RC-Standard

$1,625.00
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 20 x 24-Silver RC-Conservation

$1,800.00
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 20 x 24-Silver RC-Silver RC

$1,500.00
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 30 x 40-Silver RC-Standard

$3,200.00
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 30 x 40-Silver RC-Conservation

$3,500.00
Blind Faith, Detroit 1969

Blind Faith, Detroit 1969 30 x 40-Silver RC-Silver RC

$3,000.00
Limited Edition of 50
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Photo ID:18280
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Considered the first "Supergroup" with members from Cream and Traffic. Blind Faith onstage in Detroit, this widely regarded as the only known shot of the full band from their only American tour. Legend has it that this was the first night that Eric jammed with opening act Delaney & Bonnie, leading to his decision to leave the group at tour's end to pursue a different musical direction. Eric is playing his famous 335 Gibson, which he also played at Cream's farewell Albert Hall Concert and Steve is playing a very rare blue Non Reverse Firebird.
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