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eMoviePoster opened their latest auction, the world of movie posters, on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. The auction is filled with 999 non-US posters from 24 different categories. Interested collectors can review these Tuesday items at www.emovieposter.com.

German posters are Childhood of Maxim Gorky with cool art by Jan Lenica, On His Own of a man with a guitar, Navigator for the 1974 rerelease showing Buster Keaton, Human Jungle for the police story, Jules & Jim for the 1969 rerelease, Intermezzo showing Ingrid Bergman and Leslie Howard, and Misfits for the 1972 rerelease.

Polish examples include Dam Busters featuring art by Waldemar Swierzy, Indie depicting good art of a man riding an elephant, Landowner’s Daughter depicting Roman Cieslewicz art, and Bambus, Moj Brat for the Vietnamese documentary.

Russian posters include Coevals with art by Khomov, Fate of a Man with Zelenski and Shamash art, Moscow Laughs for the 1981 rerelease, Slepoy Muzykant with Sachkov art of musicians, Ataman Kodr for the Lev Polyakov movie, Tale of Lost Times featuring Ostrovski art, and Teens in the Universe with Korf art.

Italian posters are Frogs locandina with Sciotti art, Beneath the Planet of the Apes locandina with James Franciscus art, Dracula Has Risen From the Grave locandina for the Hammer film, Star Wars locandina for the 1980s rerelease, and Diamonds Are Forever locandina depicting James Bond.

British quads include For Your Eyes Only/Moonraker depicting Roger Moore, Wind in the Willows for the 1960s rerelease, and Back to the Future II with Drew Struzan art.

Japanese examples are Godzilla vs. the Thing for the 1980 rerelease, Prime Cut featuring Lee Marvin, Gene Hackman, and Angel Tompkins, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 teaser with different cast image.

Other international highlights are Cuban Che Comandante Amigo for the 1990s rerelease, Danish She Devils of the SS featuring Birgit Bergen and Glory Stompers AIP of Dennis Hopper and bikers, Egyptian Wahdah Bad Wahdah Wa Nouss with art of Chams Al-Baroudi, Yugoslavian Help showing The Beatles, and East German Cotton Club for the Francis Ford Coppola movie.

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 the items sold held in 2016 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 for their December Major Auction, which will likely be their best auction of the year and it begins on December 3. 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.