Propstore is hosting an auction of rare posters from the 1970s and ‘80s, including offerings from the David Frangioni collection. This is their 14th UK poster auction, featuring over 400 rare movie posters and other artworks. Bidding is now open at propstore.com and will run until Thursday, May 30, 2024.

The auction will offer the British Royal Charity world premier Empire Day poster for The Empire Strikes Back, which was used to promote the movie’s release on May 20, 1980 in London. Propstore has the Jaws advance poster without the credits from the David Frangioni Collection, and a British The Shining one-sheet, which is a rare draft design.

Top offerings are the Get Carter script and breakdown file signed by Michael Caine, Mike Hodges, and others, Creepshow one-sheet signed by Leslie Nielson, George A. Romero, Ted Danson, and others, Raiders of the Lost Ark poster signed by Harrison Ford, and Aliens poster signed by Sigourney Weaver, Michael Biehn, and more.

The auction includes a Big Trouble in Little China UK quad, Blade Runner NSS style one-sheet (linen-backed), Ferris Bueller’s Day Off UK quad (linen-backed), and The Lost Boys poster signed by Kiefer Sutherland, Jason Patric, and others.

From the David Frangioni Collection, Propstore has Young Frankenstein special poster signed by artist John Alvin, Firefox concept art and German concept poster Scarface Italian commercial poster, Blazing Saddles US teaser one-sheet signed by Alvin, The Deer Hunter British 30-sheet, The Godfather Australian one-sheet, The Warriors US one-sheet, Die Hard UK quad, and The Exorcist US international 40” x 60” poster.

“Propstore is so excited to be presenting such a fantastic range of rare and highly sought-after original posters from some of the greatest films of the ‘70s and ‘80s – including Star Wars, Blade Runner, and the cult classic Big Trouble in Little China. Nostalgia is huge at the moment, and these posters will help you reconnect with the films that you love,” Propstore UK Director of Posters and Music Mark Hochman said.