In their auction that began on Tuesday, January 10, 2017, eMoviePoster is auctioning 999 French one-panels, pressbooks, Mexican lobby cards, and all sorts of assorted cool and rare items. This auction contains so many different types of items that anyone with any interest in movie collectibles should surely go through all of them very carefully, because there are lots of great rarities included. Interested bidders can review them at www.emovieposter.com.
French one-panels are Senso (1954) for the Luchino Visconti film, Rocco & His Brothers (1961) with art of Delon and Girardot, Two or Three Things I Know About Her (1967) with Jean-Luc Godard and Marina Vlady, Grisbi (1954) with cool newspaper art, Tintin and the Lake of Sharks (1973) showing the Belgian cartoon character, Hatari (1962) with art of John Wayne in Africa, and Mad Max for the 1983 rerelease.
Six-sheets include Return of the Jedi (1983) with art by Kazuhiko Sano, Foreign Legion (1928) stone litho, and Rosemary’s Baby (1968) showing the creepy baby carriage.
Pressbooks are Pinocchio (1940) full color tipped-in herald, Billy the Kid vs. Dracula/Jesse James Meets the Frankenstein’s Daughter (1965) with horror art, Francis the Talking Mule (1949) with art of Donald O’Connor and Patricia Medina, In a Lonely Place (1950) with large image of Humphrey Bogart, Somewhere in the Night (1946) with noir art, Seven Year Itch (1955) with classic image of Marilyn Monroe, It Came From Outer Space (1953) for the Jack Arnold sci-fi classic, and Niagara (1953) with classic art of Marilyn Monroe.
Other highlights are Abbott & Costello color still from the 1940s, Check & Double Check (1930) die-cut two-sided mobile, Orson Welles (1939) signed still on board, Salvador Dali (1969) art portfolio, Our National Vaudeville (1916) three-sheet with cartoon art, She (1935) jumbo lobby card, W.C. Fields (1938) animation cel, England Repulsion promo brochure, My Fair Lady (1964) ten color photos, German Empire Strikes Back (1980) poster with different art, German Beauty and the Beast (1992) 13 lobby cards, Custer of the West (1968) Cinerama three-sheet, Raquel Welch (1966) featuring an image from One Million Years BC, Shadow of the Law (1930) jumbo lobby card of William Powell, 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) souvenir program book, Heavy Metal (1981) trade ad with Chris Achilleos art, and Mexican Casablanca lobby card from the 1960s.
Three surprising results from the auction that closed on January 10 were British Ipcress File quad for $1,300, Argentinean Poet & the Czar for $360, and Polish Muppets Go Hollywood for $215.
All of the 139,000 items eMoviePoster auctions each year come to them from 1,935 collectors and dealers all over the world. You can consign to their three regular weekly auctions at any time, and they hold four major auctions a year with the best items that are consigned (and all linen-backed posters) in those auctions. Their March Major Auction will run from February 26 to March 9, and the deadline to consign to it is February 5. Go to their Consign Page to learn about consigning to them, and what makes them different from other major auction houses. They have no buyer’s premiums whatsoever and they allow all their buyers to combine purchases over many weeks, which saves a great deal on shipping.