eMoviePoster opened their new auction on Tuesday, January 9, 2018, featuring 999 large French and Italian posters, and window cards, including lots of rare 1930s titles. Collectors can review these Tuesday items at www.emovieposter.com.
Window cards are Employees’ Entrance with Warren William and Loretta Young, Jack and the Beanstalk for Abbott and Costello’s first movie, Thunderball with Robert McGinnis and Frank McCarthy art, The Great Escape depicting Steve McQueen, Millie showing Helen Twelvetrees, The Mummy for the Hammer Horror flick, Gold Diggers in Paris with Rosemary Lane and Gloria Dixon, Magnificent Seven with Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen, Chu Chin Chow with art of Anna May Wong, Woman of Experience showing Helen Twelvetrees, 7th Heaven depicting Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, White Wilderness with polar bear art, That Darn Cat with Siamese cat art, Cool Hand Luke showing Paul Newman, and The Bar Sinister with Hedda Nova.
Italian one-panels include Proud & the Beautiful with Ballester art, They Call Her One Eye with art of Christina Lindberg, High Society depicting Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, and Frank Sinatra, Born Innocent with different art of Linda Blair, King Kong for the 1966 rerelease, Querelle style B with Benjamin Baltimore art, Vampire Lovers featuring art by Renato Casaro, and Vampyres showing the frightening vampires.
Italian two-panels are Dona Diabla with art by Dante Manno, Island Monsters depicting Boris Karloff, and Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein with cool art of the cast.
French one-panels include That Naughty Girl with Brigitte Bardot, Very Private Affair featuring Tealdi art, Pinocchio for the 1960s rerelease, Zombies with gross-out art, Steve McQueen The Man & Le Mans for the documentary, Bad Liaisons showing Mar Jeanne art, Raiders of the Lost Ark featuring Harrison Ford, Love on a Pillow depicting Brigitte Bardot and Robert Hossein, and Bride of the Incredible Hulk showing Lou Ferrigno.
Three surprising results from the auction that closed on January 9 were On Her Majesty’s Secret Service insert for $982, Night of the Living Dead half-sheet for $912, and Caddyshack insert for $340.
Every one of the more than 1.4 million items eMoviePoster has sold overall started at $1 with no reserve and no buyer’s premiums. Their 2017 auctions totaled 140,000 unique items, selling for $5.6 million, with several of those pieces selling for $19 or less.
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 scripts, all sorts of special posters, and more. They will soon have an auction of rare photographic transparencies and negatives on February 4-11 and they will also have an all-signed auction that runs from February 25 to March 4.
Their next major auction will be the Spring Major Auction. They are accepting consignments on single items to collections of thousands for major auctions and weekly events. Learn more about consigning to them for any of their auctions on their Consign Page, or sign up to start bidding via their Registration Page.