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Read below to learn how eMoviePoster.com assembled this remarkable auction:

This special "all Star Wars" auction began with a phone call from a VERY long time collector of Star Wars posters! He told us that he had reached a point in his life where he was wanting to sell his collection, and he asked if we could do it all at one time. Because he had 174 posters (including many of the most rare and desirable ones), we were happy to comply, but we told him that we would like to also add additional rare Star Wars posters from other collectors, and he agreed, and after we were consigned an additional 117 posters and related items, we have our auction!

View the auction results of the 291 items here. The auction ended Sunday, June 23rd with $121,671.00 in sales!

We asked the person who assembled the amazing collection of 174 posters in this auction to share with us a written history of how he came to assemble this amazing collection, and below is what he wrote for us!

"In 1977, at the age of 11 y/o, my cousin and I were dropped off at the local movie theater, by our parents, so we could see a movie that day. I looked at the Marquee and saw that "Rocky" was playing. I told my cousin that was the movie I wanted to see. But, he insisted I see this new "space" movie that had robots and laser guns in it.

"This did not help convince me more, as the only "space" movies I ha seen were "Flash Gordon" where an apparently evil Asian ruler lived and spaceship exhaust seems to be subject to a great amount of gravity, as it goes straight up vs. the opposite direction of the ship's destination.

"I insisted the ONLY way I was going to watch this movie called "Star Wars" was if he repaid me the cost of my movie ticket if this movie was going to be bad as I knew it would be. He agreed to my terms and let's just say he didn't have to pay me back a single cent.

"I was DUMBFOUNDED, AWESTRUCK, GOBSMACKED and every other adjective you could think of to describe my departure from this world, into the universe of Star Wars, as that Star Destroyer flew over my head, for the first time.

"As a kid, I had my obligatory Star Wars action figures and a few space ship toys that I shared with my younger brother. But That wasn't my main interest. I really liked displaying posters in my bedroom. My KISS poster came down to make room for my Darth Vader, holding a lightsaber poster. He was soon joined by the Star Wars "A New Hope" Hildebrandt poster (also had the iron-on t-shirt) and, of course the folded original soundtrack poster, with one too many Millennium Falcons doing battle around the Death Star.

"As I got older my interest in Star Wars posters grew, as did my earning abilities. So I started to collect the more obscure and rare posters that were available. Some posters eluded me, but I was fortunate enough to acquire some very special ones as well. I've collected Star Wars posters for the better part of 20+ years.

"And the one things that still makes me smile is when I look at a poster, and it triggers a fading memory of being a kid again, seeing that poster displayed on my wall. Or as an adult, seeing the beautiful details of Noriyoshi Ohrai's "Star Fall" and noticing the reflection of the stars on C-3PO's gold-plated armor.

"This collection of posters is a reminder to me, of what it felt like to be an impressionable kid sitting in that theater, watching Star Wars for the first time and they still bring a smile to my face."

View the auction results of the 291 items here. The auction ended Sunday, June 23rd with $121,671.00 in sales!


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