The latest auction at eMoviePoster houses 999 French posters, including large sizes and one-panels, as well as Italian one- and two- panels. The sale began on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 and can be reviewed at www.emovieposter.com.
Italian one-panels in the sale are Forbidden Planet for the 1964 rerelease, Lawrence of Arabia for the David Lean classic, Return of the Jedi with different art by Michel Jouin, Love Camp with Ferrari art, Nathalie: Escape from Hell with Ferrari art, Vengeance of She for the Hammer fantasy flick, Live & Let Die for the 1970s rerelease, Metropolis for the 1984 rerelease, Raiders of the Lost Ark with Drew Struzan art for the 1982 rerelease, Supergiallo a Scotland Yard showing the murderer over a dead woman, Clash of the Titans featuring different Medusa head art, and Mechanic showing Charles Bronson.
Italian two-panels are King Kong for the 1966 rerelease, Robin & the 7 Hoods with Ciriello art, Empire Strikes Back featuring Tom Jung art, Sands of Iwo Jima for the 1960s rerelease, Zulu style A with different art of Stanley Baker, King Kong vs. Godzilla with different art by Piovano, Emanuelle & the Last Cannibals with art of Laura Gemser, Army of Darkness depicting Bruce Campbell, and From Russia with Love for the 1970s rerelease.
French one-panels include You Only Live Twice with Frank McCarthy art, Empire Strikes Back displaying Tom Jung art, Creepshow for the tribute to EC Comics, To Kill a Mockingbird with Grinsson art, Nature Intended with different art, Gone with the Wind with Roger Soubie art on the 1960s rerelease, Robin & the 7 Hoods featuring the Rat Pack, Unholy Three for the Tod Browning film, Secretary with different legs image, Querelle style B with Benjamin Baltimore art, and SS Girls with Aller art.
Other French posters are 2001: A Space Odyssey eight-panel for the 1970s rerelease, Moulin Rouge 32” x 47” for the 1980s rerelease, Niagara 34” x 62” for the 1980s rerelease, Return of the Jedi eight-panel with Michael Jouin art, and Playtime eight-panel with art by Baudin and Rene Ferracci.
Three surprising results from the auction that closed on July 11 were a Rasputin The Mad Monk/Reptile British quad for $2,950, Paranoiac British quad for $1,601, and Une Femme Douce Czech 23” x 33” for $984.
All of the 139,000 items eMoviePoster auctions each year come to them from 2,018 collectors and dealers all over the world. You can consign to their three regular weekly auctions at any time, and they hold five major auctions a year with the best items that are consigned (and all linen-backed posters) in those auctions. Their next major auction will be in early September, and now through late July is the time to consign to it. 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.