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What is the rarest movie poster?

What is the rarest movie poster?

The holy grail, an original three-sheet German/international poster for the Fritz Lang classic was bought privately in 2006 by actor Leonardo DiCaprio for a staggering $690,000 (£365.7k). Just four copies of the Art Deco masterpiece, which was designed by artist Heinz Schulz-Neudamm, are known to exist.

Which motion poster is best in world?

AJITH’S VALIMAI BECOMES THE MOST LIKED MOTION POSTER ON YOUTUBE. On Sunday (July 11), Boney Kapoor, producer of Ajith’s Valimai released the motion poster of the film.

Are original movie posters valuable?

Some vintage movie posters have realized auction sales well into six figures. In November 2017, Heritage Auction sold the “holy grail” of movie posters, an original 1931 Dracula poster for over $500,000! The striking one sheet is the rarest and most desirable of its genre, if not the entire hobby!

What is the most famous poster of all time?

The famous Farrah Fawcett Red Swimsuit poster from 1976 sold in over 12 million copies, making it the best-selling poster of all time.

What is the most expensive movie poster sold?

The most expensive US film poster is The Mummy from 1932 and when it sold for $435,500 in 1997 it was the highest price ever paid for a poster.

What is the best movie posters of all time?

The 50 Best, Most Iconic Movie Posters of All Time

  • The Exorcist (1973)
  • Vertigo (1958)
  • Scarface (1983)
  • Pulp Fiction (1994)
  • Ghostbusters (1984)
  • Star Wars (1977)
  • Alien (1979)
  • Jaws (1975) Really, what else could possibly be number one?

Are movie posters a good investment?

If a poster is very common then its value is unlikely to ever be significant, whereas if a poster is very rare then its price can soar. Naturally posters for older titles tend to be scarcer as fewer have survived over time, however posters produced in limited quantities, even for new films, can still be very valuable.

Who were the first poster makers?

The pioneering French poster artist Jules Chéret (1836 – 1932) is credited with producing the first colour lithograph posters in 1866, having finessed the black and white process invented by Alois Senefelder in 1798.