|Vintage Original Movie Poster|
Memorabilia and Collectibles
VINTAGE ORIGINAL POSTERS
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Paypal integration has been suspended for our website BUT we are happy to announce:
Vintage Original Posters now accepts cryptocurrency!!! All crypto transactions will be done directly, just contact us for the current conversion prices to facilitate a purchase. Bitcoin, Litecoin, Terracoin, Feathercoin, Primecoin, Cryptogenic Bullion, Digitalcoin, Mintcoin, Applecoin, Unobtanium and just about any other alternative cryptocurrency. Refunds still apply! Please post on the forums for transparency.
We buy sell and trade vintage posters, toys, comic books and movie memorabilia. The About Us tab will navigate you back to this page. You can browse all of our products by clicking the category on the top of any page. Our vintage original movie posters can be found under the "One Sheet 27x41 Movie Posters" tab. We will be adding more posters as we inventory our stock, and decide whether or not we can stomach parting with them. If you are looking for something specific feel free to give us a call or email us:
All vintage original movie posters currently for sale on this sight have been in our possession since the late sixties, or since the movie was released. Our movie posters were obtained directly from various movie theatres around the Long Island area via the "wheeling and dealing" process. Subsequently there is no chance for any of these posters to be reproductions. We stand behind our products 100% and have a full refund policy, because we are the real thing. Our stock is very limited on the majority of our items because of this.
Our stock of video release posters are from a family owned video store from the early eighties to the mid nineties.
All pictures are of the actual item for sale.
All of our stock was hand picked by one person, my father. He is the most knowledgeable movie buff I have ever met. He collected all the posters I have, he partly owned the video store. People would call the store randomly to give a plot, year and star's name just to get the title of some obscure movie that nobody knew about. When he retired he got a job at a movie theatre which explains the few relatively newer items you see for sale here.