On Tuesday, October 10, 2017, eMoviePoster opened their latest auction with 999 folded one-sheets, including 26 English examples. They can be viewed at www.emovieposter.com.
One-sheets in the current auction include Empire Strikes Back NSS Gone with the Wind style and NSS style B, Seventh Heaven rare style A, Taxi Driver with art by Guy Peellaert, Back to the Future NSS style with art by Drew Struzan, More than a Secretary style B with George Brent art, Robinson Crusoe on Mars with sci-fi image, The Outlaw Josey Wales international version by Roy Andersen, Batman chapter 7 rerelease from 1954, Star Wars style C with Tom Chantrell art, Dirty Harry depicting Clint Eastwood pointing his .44 magnum, Blade Runner studio style for the Ridley Scott classic, Foxy Brown depicting Pam Grier, Apocalypse Now with great Bob Peak art, Help featuring the Beatles, Ghostbusters showing Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Harold Ramis, and The Kids Are Alright featuring The Who.
More one-sheets are Stolen Bride style B stone litho with close-up of Billie Dove and Lloyd Hughes, Mad Max showing Mel Gibson, Hard Day’s Night for the Beatles’ first movie, Forbidden Adventure in Angkor with a smiling gorilla holding a woman, Caddyshack for the golf comedy, Raiders of the Lost Ark with Richard Amsel art, Daddy Long Legs featuring Fred Astaire and Leslie Caron, Rio Bravo showing John Wayne, Ricky Nelson, and Dean Martin, Tales of Manhattan with cool deco title treatment, Commando Cody chapter 11 for Lost in Outer Space, The Thing NSS with art by Struzan, Reform School Girl classic AIP, Winnie the Pooh & The Honey Tree showing the main characters, Dawn of the Dead red title design, Octopussy showing Roger Moore, and Pillow Talk depicting Doris Day and Rock Hudson.
Three surprising results from the auction that closed on October 10 were It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World style A Cinerama British quad for $4,095, On Her Majesty's Secret Service Japanese two-panel for $942, and Two For The Road Japanese 15” x 21” for $280.
eMoviePoster sells around 140,000 items every year and every one of their 1.3 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. Collectors can now view many previews of thier 18th Annual Halloween Auction starts on October 26. They are now taking consignments for their December Major Auction (the deadline is in late October). 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.