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General Discussion / Re: Post-auction analysis - OMGs!, LOLs!, WTFs!, whatev....
« Last post by eatbrie on April 18, 2024, 10:18:46 PM »
I did see that Black Cat poster and thought it was pretty cool looking.  Have you seen the movie?

Honestly, the best thing about so many linen is that it allows me to go through the catalog pretty quicklyv thumbsup.gif

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I got the star wars soundtrack proof poster at today's propstore auction. And this appears to actually be a signed off one so the people who don't like to call untrimmed posters with color bars proofs can still call this one a proof because it actually is one. Interestingly the date is late June 1977.

Cool pick up, I had never heard of this soundtrack poster before.  I didn't realize it was so rare until I read your post since it looks just like the OS style A.  Congrats.

I agree with Thierry that there were too many things on linen for my taste at Propstore today (as usual), but I did win a folded copy of The Black Cat (1941), a minor Universal horror title that is very scarce (especially in unbacked state).
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I got the star wars soundtrack proof poster at today's propstore auction. And this appears to actually be a signed off one so the people who don't like to call untrimmed posters with color bars proofs can still call this one a proof because it actually is one. Interestingly the date is late June 1977.
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General Discussion / Re: Post-auction analysis - OMGs!, LOLs!, WTFs!, whatev....
« Last post by eatbrie on April 18, 2024, 07:03:28 PM »
Some good results at Propstore today I think.  I don't buy linen, I don't buy printer's proof, and I don't buy less than "very good" condition items, so for me, it was a pass on everything.  But it's always fun to see the stuff you own go for 2x or 3x what you paid for, and there was a lot of that.

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Packaging & Shipping / Re: 14x36 Insert packaging?
« Last post by Neo on April 18, 2024, 01:32:32 PM »
Yes roll them, but make sure not tightly or it will become permanently rolled and possibly creased.  Use at least a 4 inch diameter, sturdy tube.  Roll the insert with some Kraft paper (or something similar) that is wider than the poster itself, and when you put the poster in the tube do NOT let it expand until it is flush with the tube, but instead slightly narrower.  This will protect the poster if the tube is somehow dented.  To keep the poster from bouncing around just keep it suspended in place by chuffing the ends of the tube with plastic bags or something up against the poster/Kraft paper.

That's a good point.  I have a couple 40x60s that apparently were tightly rolled at some point.  Despite having them stored flat with weights on top of the boards they were sandwiched between for several years, they would still roll up as soon as I removed them from the storage boards.  It's not a big deal, just a little annoying when handling them.
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Collectible Posters Live Auction: Los Angeles 2024
Register Now!

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Collectible Posters Live Auction: Los Angeles - April 2024 (propstoreauction.com)
Featuring 650 posters from over 100 years of cinema, we are excited to announce our third Collectible Posters Live Auction in Los Angeles this April. Now is your chance to cover your walls with some of the rarest, most striking, and highly sought-after artworks in movie history, so head to our website to register and bid now.
Bidding is open until our live online auction, which takes place over two days on April 18 – 19, 2024. Bids can be placed online, via telephone, or through absentee bidding.
 
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Packaging & Shipping / Re: 14x36 Insert packaging?
« Last post by archstanton on April 17, 2024, 10:45:08 PM »
Yes roll them, but make sure not tightly or it will become permanently rolled and possibly creased.  Use at least a 4 inch diameter, sturdy tube.  Roll the insert with some Kraft paper (or something similar) that is wider than the poster itself, and when you put the poster in the tube do NOT let it expand until it is flush with the tube, but instead slightly narrower.  This will protect the poster if the tube is somehow dented.  To keep the poster from bouncing around just keep it suspended in place by chuffing the ends of the tube with plastic bags or something up against the poster/Kraft paper.   
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Collectible Posters Live Auction: Los Angeles 2024
Register Now!

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Collectible Posters Live Auction: Los Angeles - April 2024 (propstoreauction.com)
Featuring 650 posters from over 100 years of cinema, we are excited to announce our third Collectible Posters Live Auction in Los Angeles this April. Now is your chance to cover your walls with some of the rarest, most striking, and highly sought-after artworks in movie history, so head to our website to register and bid now.
Bidding is open until our live online auction, which takes place over two days on April 18 – 19, 2024. Bids can be placed online, via telephone, or through absentee bidding.

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