Get your hands on these beautiful vintage, iconic, mid ’80s posters from Joy Division and New Order. We’ve not had them in 30 years and we doubt we’ll be seeing them again any time soon
NEW ORDER G-Mex Centre Manchester 1988 – Very rare, genuine, late 1980’s UK billboard poster for the concert held at G-Mex in Manchester on Saturday 17th December supported by A Certain Ratio and Happy Mondays. Measuring 38″ x 60″, this rare example is printed to very flat, very matt finished paper. The print colour and white background remains bright and fresh and it is free of pinholes, sellotape and any damage having never been displayed previously.
JOY DIVISION An Ideal For Living – The History Of Joy Division – Vintage, genuine, mid 1980’s billboard/record store poster depicting the bands releases to date. Measuring 41″ x 56″ in size, this example has never been glued to any billboard and remains free of pinholes, sellotape. The edges have some light creasing due to long term storage, and there is a very small tear to the lower edge [visible in photo], however, appropriate mounting and framing would render these invisible and ifanything, they only add to the vintage and authentic feel! Printed to flat matt paper, this is a must for any serious Joy Division collector
JOY DIVISION Closer -Vintage, mid 1980s and very rare billboard or record store poster. A real find, this has been in storage for the last 30 years but was never glued to any billboard or used and remains free of pinholes, sellotape or tears. Measuring 40″ deep by 61″ wide, edges are a little creased and there are some specks to the white areas of the paper but with correct mounting and framing, these will be negligible
Love Will Tear Us Apart – Genuine, vintage billboard poster for the second release of the single in 1985 through Factory Records. Measuring 55.5″ x 40″, this fantastic example remains unused and free of pinholes, sellotape etc and was never glued to any billboard. Printed to very flat, very matt finish paper there is some light creasing evident to the edges and to the deep black print finish but this demands nothing less than framing and display with such tiny flaws onlyadding to the truly vintage feel of such an iconic poster