eMoviePoster’s latest auction, filled with 499 inserts and 500 half-sheets from all years and genres, began on Tuesday, April 10, 2018. Interested collectors can review these Tuesday items at www.emovieposter.com.
Inserts include Screaming Skull with huge skull image, Brain Eaters AIP with classic horror art, Curucu, Beast of the Amazon with Reynold Brown art, Brides of Dracula with vampire art by Joseph Smith, Haunted Palace with Vincent Price and Lon Chaney, How the West was Won with Debbie Reynolds and Gregory Peck, The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb for the Hammer horror flick, Peter Pan for the 1958 rerelease, American Graffiti featuring art by Mort Drucker, and Cat O’Nine Tales for the Dario Argento flick.
Additional inserts are Five Minutes to Live for the 1966 rerelease, Out of Sight depicting the hot rod, Belle de Jour with a closeup of Catherine Deneuve, Cosmic Monsters with cool art, Hondo 3D poster, Christine for the flick based on the Stephen King book, The Longest Day for the World War II movie, Friday Foster with art of Pam Grier, Ghost Goes West for the 1947 rerelease, Two-Lane Blacktop featuring James Taylor, and Song of the Thin Man with William Powell and Myrna Loy.
Highlights among the half-sheets are Twelve O’Clock High depicting Gregory Peck, Adventures of Ichabod & Mister Toad style A for the Disney classic, Battle for the Planet of the Apes with great sci-fi art, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea showing scuba divers and monsters, The Mummy featuring Christopher Lee, Bambi for the 1957 rerelease of the Disney classic, Born to be Bad style B showing Joan Fontaine, World Without Sun with underwater art, Black Dragons for the 1949 rerelease with Bela Lugosi, The Man Made Monster for the 1953 rerelease, Rio Lobo featuring John Wayne, and Magnum Force depicting Clint Eastwood.
Three surprising results from the auction that closed on April 10 were a French Sins of the Fathers poster for $360, British Friday the 13th quad for $338, and Romanian Return of Veronica poster for $326.
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 (travel, war, and limited edition prints), autographed items, and more.
eMoviePoster’s Spring Major Auction is just around the corner, running from April 22 to May 3. They received over 1,000 excellent consignments, and many of them are items they have never auctioned before, according to eMoviePoster. They are accepting consignments on single items to collections of thousands for major auctions and weekly events. Collectors and consignors can 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.