The first of eMoviePoster’s biweekly auctions began on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 and will run through January 21. This auction contains 247 non-U.S. posters from 21 countries, 316 special rolled posters, and 487 rolled one-sheets. Interested collectors can review these Tuesday items at emovieposter.com.
One-sheets include Star Wars birthday style, style A first printing with Tom Jung art, style C international with Tom Chantrell art, and foil teaser, Return of the Jedi dated teaser with Revenge title, Jaws with Roger Kastel art, The Thing with art by Drew Struzan, Pulp Fiction, Dawn of the Dead, The Big Lebowski double-sided, Back to the Future studio style, Ghostbusters, Lost in Translation double-sided, Ford v Ferrari international teaser, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Star Wars First Ten Years foil Kilian, Empire Strikes Back studio style A, and Rise of Skywalker international double-sided advance.
Special posters include 2001: A Space Odyssey, Star Wars advance by Howard Chaykin, Endless Summer, TWA Las Vegas travel poster, Say Merry Christmas with Cigarettes advertising poster, and Game of Death artist’s proof art print.
There are British quads of Return of the Jedi teaser with Struzan art and one with Josh Kirby art, Where Eagles Dare 1972 rerelease, and Sorcerers. International examples include Japanese Battle Royale foil, Italian Forbidden Planet 1964 rerelease photobusta and Incres Line travel poster, Russian Ballad of a Soldier and Stalin’s Order is Achievable war poster, Spanish It’s a Wonderful Life 1963 rerelease and Alibi, Austrian Wiener Messe, English The Shining advance one-sheet, Indian Skyfall six-sheet, and French American Ouvroir Funds.
Three surprising results from the auction that closed on January 7 were Lady Vanishes glass slide for $337, Sinners’ Holiday glass slide for $293, and Jud Suss German program for $232.
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.
They add around 3,500 new lots in their Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday auctions – which has culminated to over 1,659,000 items. They also hold a special giant auction of bulk lots once every month and each has 10,000 or more items. Collectors interested in bidding with them can sign up on their registration page.
Their February Major Auction starts on February 4 and the final deadline for consigning is January 10. More details on consigning and many images of preview items can be seen on their website.