eMoviePoster’s Sunday auction contains 1,048 bulk lots containing 29,543 items. The bulk lot auction ends on October 18, 2020.

Bulk lots for specific titles include lots of 3 unfolded Hungarian Star Wars posters, lot of 58 Tarzan the Ape Man 1980s repro photos, lot of 132 unfolded 1999 rerelease Hard Day’s Night mini posters, and lot of 12 Planet of the Apes series 1970s lobby cards and color stills.

One-sheet bulk lots include a lot of 26 folded 1960s-1970s horror/sci-fi one-sheets, lots of 38-118 folded 1950s-1990s one-sheets, lots of 39-45 horror/sci-fi/fantasy 1970s-1980s one-sheets, lots of 26-30 unfolded mostly double-sided 1980s-2010s one-sheets, lot of 16 folded horror 1970s-1990s one-sheets, and lot of 20 unfolded mostly single-sided 1980s-2000s one-sheets.

There’s a lot of 173 stills of actresses from the 1950s-1980s, lot of 57 stills of horror/sci-fi actresses from the 1950s-1970s, and lot of 97 color stills and mini lobby cards from the 1960s-1980s.

The auction includes lots of 56-112 horror/sci-fi lobby cards from the 1950s-1990s, lot of 37 horror/sci-fi/fantasy lobby cards from the 1940s-1960s, and lot of 20 rerelease 1950s lobby cards.

Other highlights are a lot of 30 lobby cards from 1950s-1970s Hammer horror movies, lot of 24 lobby cards from 1950s-1970s Boris Karloff and Vincent Price movies, lot of 70 Raquel Welch 1980s repro photos, lot of 14 uncut 1940s-1960s pressbooks, and lot of 63 formerly folded 1940s inserts.

Three surprising results from the auction of inserts, half-sheets, and small international posters were Star Wars insert for $905, Black Sleep Belgian poster for $410, and A Bout De Souffle half-sheet for $387.

eMoviePoster doesn’t just auction U.S. and international movie posters. They also auction 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 much more. Once every month or two they hold a giant auction with 1,000 or more bulk lots containing tens of thousands of items. Their next one ends on October 18.

They add around 3,500 new lots in their biweekly auctions, every two weeks on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday – which has culminated to over 1,715,000 auctions, according to eMoviePoster. Collectors interested in bidding with them can sign up on their registration page.

Their 21st Annual Halloween Auction starts on October 27 and they have a full preview of the first part, and a number of images from the other two parts. They are taking consignments for their December Major Auction, which will be their best auction of the year, according to eMoviePoster. Interested consignors can learn more and to see preview items for both auctions on their website.