It’s not often a marquee concert poster has a history like this, but this one has one.
A poster of the 1962 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles that was made by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, which was then playing the Los Angeles Coliseum.
It’s one of only five known “Vinyls” of the era, and it’s a poster that’s still in use today.
It depicts the Summer Olympics from a vantage point just outside the Los Angels Coliseum.
The poster, a poster for the 1962 Los Angeles Olympics, is one of just five known examples of a Summer Olympics poster that depicts the Games in a unique way.
It was made during the Olympics by the Los Angles Philharmonics, which played on a large stage inside the Coliseum.
Its design has been copied and pasted on countless other posters from the event, including a 1972 poster of a 1976 World Series that depicts two-time Olympic gold medalist Mickey Mantle walking the bases at Yankee Stadium.
This year, the posters are being auctioned off on eBay by the auction house Moderna, where it was sold for $3.8 million.
They’re the first of four vintage poster collections that Moderna has on display, which includes one from 1952, a 1955 poster of 1960s pop singer Bob Dylan, and another from 1960.
The first two have been on display at the museum for nearly 40 years.
They were donated to the collection in 1994.
The other two were donated in 2015 and 2016.