eMoviePoster’s next Tuesday auction is filled with 999 folded one-sheets, from throughout movie history and across film genres. Collectors can bid on these posters at www.emovieposter.com, which close on Tuesday, March 19, 2019.

One-sheets are led by Thunderball with McGinnis and McCarthy art, Tarantula with art by Reynold Brown, Return of the Jedi dated teaser with Drew Struzan art, Planet of the Apes, Mothra, Confessions of a Teenage Peanut Butter Freak 25” x 32” size, Live & Let Die east hemi, Green Slime international version, Slap Shot, Mysterians, Evil Dead, and Halloween with Bob Gleason art and green ratings box.

Journey to the Seventh Planet, Werewolf, Colditz Story English version, Trip AIP, Godfather English version, Rocky NSS style, Billy the Kid vs. Dracula/Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter, Sundown, Black Shadows, Ilsa She Wolf of the SS teaser, Zombies of the Stratosphere, Star Wars style D NSS version, Time Travelers with art by Reynold Brown, and Batman for the ’66 movie will be offered.

Additional featured one-sheets are White Christmas 1961 rerelease, Wicker Man, Black Scorpion, Empire Strikes Back style B NSS version with Tom Jung art, Barbarella style B with McGinnis art, High Society, Terror style B teaser, Friday the 13th with art by Alex Ebel, Hitler Gang style B, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Taxi Driver, Souls in Pawn, Diamonds Are Forever with McGinnis art, and Satan’s Satellites.

Three surprising results from the auction that closed on March 12 were a Swedish Invisible Stripes poster for $881, British Diamonds Are Forever quad for $834, and Japanese Dirty Dozen two-panel for $525.

eMoviePoster doesn’t just auction U.S. and international movie posters. They also auction many tens of thousands of vintage stills, lobby cards, as well as scripts, all sorts of special non-movie posters (including lots of war and travel posters, plus Mondo signed limited editions), autographed items of every kind, and more. Their next all-signed items auction starts on March 17.

They add 3,000 unique new lots every week with 999 items in every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday auction – which has culminated to 1,538,000 items. They also hold a special giant auction of bulk lots once every month, with the next one scheduled to start on March 24. Collectors interested in bidding with them can sign up on their Registration Page.