Please consider that the vast majority of vintage movie posters have been used, and their condition varies. As our head of collections once told us when we mentioned the border pinholes and small folding tears,
“Of course there are going to be small defects, these posters worked for a living!”
“Joy in the Morning” is in a VERY FINE condition.
This means that the poster itself has hardly any fold lines or frayed edges and tears. At most the visible remnants of tape on the corners of the poster make it a visibly used poster. A poster in this grade can exhibit slight signs of use, but no significant wear. Acceptable flaws might include border pinholes, minor edge dings, light edge creases, and very minor wear along fold lines.
The other vintage movie posters are in a GOOD / FINE condition. This grade allows for a modest accumulation of flaws, including small pieces of tape, light wear and color loss along the fold lines, a dozen pinholes in the periphery of the poster, minor surface soiling, minor border wear including small chip of paper loss in the borders, and minor creasing in the image area. poster showing light, normal wear; used but not abused.
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Choose from the following vintage movie posters:
Joy in the Morning
“Joy in the Morning” is a 1965 American romance film starring Richard Chamberlain and Yvette Mimieux. It is directed by Alex Segal. Adapted from the 1963 novel of the same name by Betty Smith, the film tells the story of a young newlywed couple, Carl and Annie Brown, who marry against their parents’ wishes while Carl is still in law school and struggle to maintain their relationship.
Dimensions: 55,50 cm x 71 cm.
The Steel Bayonet
‘The Steel Bayonet’ is a 1957 British war film directed by Michael Carreras and starring Leo Genn, Kieron Moore and Michael Medwin. Michael Caine makes an uncredited cameo. It is set during the Second World War, in the Tunisian desert when a small British observation force are surrounded in a farm by overwhelming forces of the German Afrika Korps.
Dimensions: 55,50 cm x 71 cm.
“Stiletto” (1969) is an American crime film directed by Bernard L. Kowalski and starring Alex Cord, based on the novel Stiletto by Harold Robbins. Cord plays a rich, jet-setting playboy who lead as double life as a professional Mafia hitman.
Kowalski and Robbins maintained a lucrative relationship at the time. One wrote a somewhat sleazy book and the other immediately released a film adaptation with the promise of showing a story full of sex and glamour that was therefore banned on TV. Hence the beautiful poster that actually was more stylish than the film itself.
Dimensions: 104 cm x 68 cm.
“The Adventurers” is a 1970 American adventure drama film directed, produced, and co-written by Lewis Gilbert. It stars Charles Aznavour and Candice Bergen. The wealthy playboy son of an assassinated South American diplomat discovers that his father was really murdered on orders of the corrupt president of the country. He returns from living a jet-set life in Europe to lead a revolution against the government, only to find out that things aren’t quite as black and white as he had assumed.
Dimensions: 91 cm x 45,50 cm.