eMoviePoster opened their latest auction on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 with 999 complete and incomplete lobby card sets, featuring 6,277 cards in all. Collectors can review these Tuesday items at www.emovieposter.com.
They are offering You Only Live Twice eight lobby cards with great James Bond images, Jaws six international cards, Invaders from Mars six cards for the sci-fi classic, It! The Terror from Beyond Space four cards with cool images, Brasher Doubloon seven cards for the Raymond Chandler flick, Indestructible Man five cards featuring Lon Chaney Jr., Kiss of Death eight cards for the film noir classic, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs eight cards from the 1975 rerelease.
Bullitt eight cards with great images of Steve McQueen, Man Who Knew Too Much six cards for the Alfred Hitchcock classic, Dirty Dozen eight cards for the Charles Bronson hit, Kelly’s Heroes eight cards for the WWII film, Day of the Triffids six cards for the English sci-fi horror, Fly five cards for the sci-fi movie, It Conquered the World seven cards for the Roger Corman movie, Peter Pan nine cards for the 1969 rerelease, and Golden Voyage of Sinbad eight cards for the Ray Harryhausen movie are in the auction.
Additional highlights are Flaming Star four cards with Elvis as a singing cowboy, Journey to the Seventh Planet eight cards with astronaut John Agar, Live Fast Die Young eight cards with bad girl Mary Murphy, Empire Strikes Back eight color 11” x 14” stills, Dune eight English cards, Killers from Space seven cards of the bulb-eyed men, Killing two cards for the Stanley Kubrick movie, Frankenstein four cards showing Boris Karloff, Pinocchio nine cards for the 1978 rerelease, and Naked Alibi eight cards for the film noir.
Three surprising results from the auction that closed on March 14 were Destination Moon one-sheet for $691, Fire Maidens of Outer Space one-sheet for $365, and Isle of Zorda one-sheet for $331.
eMoviePoster sells over 100,000 items every year and in 2016 they reached 139,112 collectibles sold. Every one of their 1.25 million items they have sold started at $1 with no reserve and no buyer’s premiums. Last year 63% of their auction items sold for $19 or under, and 25,000 auctioned for just $1, $2, $3, or $4 each. Despite their name, they don't just auction movie posters. They also auction many tens of thousands of vintage stills, lobby cards, as well as signed items, scripts, and all sorts of special posters. Their next major auction will be in May or July and now is the time to consign to it especially since consignments are taken first come, first served. Go to their Consign Page to learn about consigning to them for any of their auctions, or go to their Registration Page to sign up and start bidding.