Prop Store: Live Auction of Movie Posters: March 24, 2022


The team at Accessories store have been busy hosting their latest mega auction, and this time we’re back in Poster Land with some amazing and memorable posters from around the world of cinema and a number from even further afield, the galaxy far, far away.

STAR WARS: RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983) – US Six-Sheet – Style B est. £6,000 – 8,000 ($8,100 – $10,800)
STAR WARS: RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983) – Japanese B2 – Yamakatsu ‘Starfall’ is. £2,000-£3,000 ($2,700-$4,050)
STAR WARS: EP IV – A NEW HOPE (1977) – UK Quad Style C Poster Artwork Transparency est. £1,500 – £2,500 ($2,025 – $3,375)
STAR WARS: EP V – THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK (1980)
STAR WARS: REVENGE OF THE JEDI (1980) – US One-Sheet (Dated Teaser) est. £800-£1,200 ($1,080-$1,620)
STAR WARS: EP IV – A NEW HOPE (1977) – US One-Sheet – Style C est. £700 – £900 ($945 – $1,215)

Stephen Lane, CEO of Prop Store, commented on the upcoming auction: “We are very pleased to announce that the first Prop Store Poster Auction of 2022 will return on Thursday 24th March, live from our head office in the UK! We have another amazing collection of over 550 posters and artwork under the hammer, including many autographed and alternative movie posters that are always popular with bidders.

Mark Hochman, Prop Store poster expert, said: “Our first dedicated poster auction of 2022 builds on our previous successes and features an outstanding one-day sale of over 550 lots. We’re once again thrilled to include over 230 alternative movie posters and continuing our love for original artwork, we’re offering one-of-a-kind Star Wars composition by Eddie Paul and Mike Bell and color studies by Tom Chantrell for “The Land That Time Forgot” and “In the Heart of the Earth”. Included in our Star Wars category are some of the rarest examples from the ever popular franchise with many fully authenticated autographed items. We have assembled a diverse collection of quality that will appeal to all collectors”

There are posters and artwork estimated at over £200,000 up for auction here, so stay tuned for the results here on Fantha Tracks.

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