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Unfortunately, at this time, we are unable ourselves to handle exchanges of David Lance Goines graphic arts posters through this website. Nor can we be responsible for posters obtained through this poster exchange web page. But this may the one place in which you can find that long-sought-after poster that has always eluded you. Good Luck.
This web page is the poster exchange page from the Third Quarter of 2002.
As the Exchange Page is archived generally every quarter, previous postings
of those seeking or offering posters can be found by browsing through the following
archived quarters listed below. In actual practice, requests and offerings are
left for a year and then only removed if the originator cannot be contacted.
There is currently no limit on how long exchange postings can remain on the
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Wanted to thank all of the people who particapated in our "Going Back to France" sale, it was a pleasure meeting, talking via email, and shippping your orders. Just to let new viewers to the David Lance Goines Exhange know, we are the source for almost any of David's unsigned posters, especially the early sold out posters. Also as all of the posters are uncirculated gallery stock, they are in excellant condition. Prices are discounted off of DLG's official price list. Remember we are collectors as well as dealers
Contact: David Lawrence email@example.com
Offering Thirty Recipes Suitable For Framing, still in original shrinkwrap.
Thank you., Luden
I have a (#8) Rainbow Zenith signed 1973 that I would like to offer. It is in excellent condition. Has been stored for about 25 years.
Contact: Elisabeth Green
(#95) Chez Panisse Cookbook Poster - unsigned, unframed, excellent condition
I have a copy in near-mint condition of the "Catalog of Posters by David Lance Goines Exhibited at the Poster from 14 April to the 31 May 1973".
Contact: Ian Getreu
Looking for (#77) Asilomar poster.
Please send information regarding condition and price. Thank you.
Contact: Pamela Elliott
I'm seeking an unsigned (#105) Show
poster . Thanks.
Contact: Mike Almer
Looking for the (#14) Chez Panisse poster of 1972 (any edition).
Thanks,, Eric Josten
Please Contact: .firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone interested in acquiring these three? They were produced with NO PFA
screening details - blank at the bottom - and acquired from Contemporary Films
in San Francisco in 1974 when they had the 16mm distribution rights. Photos
Contact: John Webber
(1st edition) $150
(3rd edition) $500
(1st ed.) $150
(2nd ed.) $200
Contact: email@example.com Thank you very much----phil
1977 (#63) Queen of Hearts Ball poster.
this poster anounces ball held in Ssan Francisco presented by Coyote and Margo
I am offering it.
|(#34) Karl Kardel
|(#66) Faust||(#69) Nosteratu||(#73) Orientalia|
I want to offer the following prints on the DLG Posters Exchange page: Unsigned, original prints, all in excellent condition.
(#34) Karl Kardel, 1st Edition
Updated: Juyl 24, 2002
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