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US Window Card (14x22in) for the first release of the movie in 1966. This Window Card has not been trimmed.Ships in a flat package.
Grade: A (see below)
Important: In order to take the pictures of the posters, we are fixing them to a white board using magnets, NOT PINS.

About Grading
Like in any object that has aged over time, grading and relative conditions of a poster are essential to consider prior to purchase. Having said that, the conventional grading system (good, very good, fine...) for posters can often be confusing as a poster never really sits fixed in a particular state over a long period of time. Variables such as how a poster is stored, the environment in which it is stored in and how the poster is treated; linen-back vs non linen back can greatly affect the value of a poster.

The grading system we have chosen to use is an Alphabetical system widely used by major auction houses to describe the condition of our posters.

A Posters are in excellent condition. Artwork is undamaged, posters may present minor separations and/or restoration along fold lines. The poster may also (but not always) show tiny tears or pinholes along the border.

B Posters may present minor paper loss, not only along the folds. When mounted on linen all those areas may have had restoration work done.

C Posters may present noticeable paper loss. Artwork may show fading and/or restoration.

Sometimes a plus (+) or a minus (-) sign is placed near the grade in order to emphasize the specific aspects of that particular value.

i.e. A+ indicates that you should expect a poster with totally undamaged artwork, no separation along the folds and no signs of restoration work.

Please ,don't hesitate to contact me if you want to see more pictures or any other information.

Alfie, US Window Card (14x22in), Original Vintage Movie poster 1966

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