eMoviePoster has opened their latest auction, The World of Movie Posters, featuring 999 international examples from 34 different countries. The auction, which began on Tuesday, February 6, 2018, can be viewed at www.emovieposter.com.
French posters are Curse of the Werewolf with different art by Guy Gerard Noel, Pepe Le Moko for the 1940s rerelease with closeup of Jean Gabin, and Eyes without a Face with art by Jean Mascii.
Italian examples include Satanic Rites of Dracula group of 9 photobustas, Thunderball locandina with art by Averardo Ciriello, Flash Gordon locandina with different art of Sam Jones, My Fair Lady photobusta of Audrey Hepburn, Tarzan’s Savage Fury locandina for the 1970s rerelease, and Son of Kong locandina for the 1976 rerelease.
Japanese highlights are Woman in the Dunes 14” x 41” with montage art and press sheet, La Chinoise for the 1990s rerelease, Star Wars for the 1982 rerelease, Seven Samurai for the 1967 rerelease, Sword of Doom with cool samurai image, Red Beard for the Akira Kurosawa classic, and Who Are You, Polly Magoo press sheet.
British quads are These Are the Damned showing hoodlums, Drive double-side version featuring Ryan Gosling, Harder They Come for the 1977 rerelease, Konga with great art of the giant ape, Casino Royale double-sided version, and The Graduate for the 2017 rerelease.
Belgian examples include Goldfinger for the Guy Hamilton Bond classic, Stormy prewar with western artwork, and Mark of the Gorilla with art of Johnny Weissmuller.
Additional international highlights are Swedish Immigrant with Charlie Chaplin for the 1925 rerelease and Night at the Opera for the 1972 rerelease, Australian Mole People one-sheet with great art of the monster and Deadly Mantis with giant insect art, Yugoslavian First Spaceship on Venus with German sci-fi art, Polish Night to Remember for the English Titanic biography, German Le Mans teaser depicting Steve McQueen, Indian Gorilla with litho artwork of giant ape, English Rude Boy double crown with different image of Ray Gange, Canadian Dr. No showing the secret agent, and Spanish La Verite depicting Brigitte Bardot.
Three surprising results from the auction that closed on February 6 were a Tell It to A Policeman three-sheet for $779, Point Blank three-sheet for $610, and Last Chance three-sheet for $467.
eMoviePoster doesn’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 are now running an auction of rare photographic transparencies and negatives, which closes on February 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, which runs from April 22 to May 3. 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.