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2 Million Dollars Worth Movie Posters Collection For Sale
Is there anything that can be called the greatest movie poster collection of all time? A woman claims her collection is of that kind, and well, the bidding price speaks for itself.
eBay seller “mrs.miniver” from California sells old vintage original sci-fi posters from the 20′s to 80′s. You can say that she is kicking ass with this business. One of her collections that are on sale now has reached $1,950,000 in bidding price, and still there are 2 days left to bid. The collection consists of 7 unique posters from the 50′s that are the only copies known to exist. You can find posters from movies like “The Day the Earth Stood Still”, “The Man from Planet X” and “The War of The Worlds”, among others.
Mrs. miniver claims that the posters are life-changing and that they are worth all the money, because she thinks that it’s better to invest your money into something historically epic than to waste them in the stock market. If you want to beat the bidding price, you should hurry up, but if you don’t want to spend that much but still want epic movie posters, you should take a look at these amazing ones that are sold for much less a piece
The Man From Planet X 1951. One of the most popular 1950′s movie about the weirdest visitor the Earth has ever seen.
When Worlds Collide 1951. Cinema’s first disaster film, and it won an Academy award for special effects.
The War of The Worlds 1953. one of the most important and enduring stories and at the top of the 1950s science fiction generation. Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise have made a modern-day version of the film, but it isn’t as charming as the original.
The Thing 1951. A masterpiece of Howard Hawks, and it has the first space monster on film.
Forbidden Planet 1956. A legendary sci-fi movie. It features “Robby the Robot” that was one of the first film robots with a personality.
Conquest of Space 1954. About a voyage to Mars with science and technology that were intended to be as realistic as possible.
The Day the Earth Stood Still 1951. One of the few films to have changed cinema, and it’s still relevant today. It has all of the elements that a Post-WWII paranoia movie would have.