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About eMoviePoster.com:

In the past 30 years, we have auctioned MORE movie paper for MORE money than ANY other auction company, period!

EVERY item we auction starts at $1, with NO reserve, and NO buyers premium, and EVERY item is honestly described, with an unenhanced super-sized image!

We charge consignors the lowest rates of ANY major auction, and we have held over 1,657,000 online auctions!

Go to our current auctions in our Auction Galleries, and you will quickly see why we are the most trusted auction site!

eMoviePoster.com was founded in 1999 as the first all-movie poster auction website. We have auctioned well over 1.6 MILLION posters, lobby cards, stills and related items through our auctions since 1999, surely the most of any online auction!

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Major Auctions

Below you will find the following:

Not only did we SMASH our 2019 sales record, we also had our 50,000th Customer!

Our previous sales record of $5,596,923 was set in 2017, but our new sales record was set at the end of 2019 with $5,771,705 in sales (that's $174,782 more!).

Not only did we set our all-time sales record in 2019, we also had our 50,000th customer (and the 50,001st, 50,002nd, all the way to 50,041st as of this writing!).

We couldn't have done it without every single one of the 50,041 buyers and 2,644 consignors that call eMoviePoster.com their favorite movie poster auction site!


It is too late to consign to our February Major Auction, but we are now accepting consignments for our April Major Auction!

This starts February 4th and runs to the 23rd, and it is too late to consign to it, but you can now consign to our April Major Auction! Given the wonderful results we received in our just-concluded December Major Auction (see below for links to ALL the results), doesn't it make sense to consign some or all of your top items that you are willing to sell, so they can be in one of our Major Auctions, when we have the most (and best) buyers of quality material we have ever had?

One great thing about having a Major Auction every two months is that the "next one" can never be more than two months away, so if you miss a deadline, you know it will still be auctioned just two months later.


Our December Major Auction has concluded (with total sales of $916,750) and you can view ALL the results here!

Our 2,500+ consignors REALLY came through for us in this December Major Auction, and they gave us SO much wonderful material that we had to expand the auction to FIVE parts and it was one of our very best auctions in many years, with total sales of $916,750 (and every one was a REAL sale, because unlike other auctions, we don't have hidden reserves, and we DON'T include results where the items were not paid for)! Plus, we are the only major auction we know of that lets you continue to view EVERY item in our gallery format after the auctions are over, including the prices every item sold for!

Our December Major Auction contained 1,910 items from all of the world and from every decade, and many different sizes and was run in five parts ( (use the links below to view all the results of all five parts)):


  • Part I Results (COMPLETED $198,209.00 in sales): 365 linenbacked one-sheets
     


  • Part II Results (COMPLETED $141,518.00 in sales): 146 oversized linenbacked & unbacked posters of all kinds that ship in long tubes


  • Part III Results (COMPLETED $147,630.00 in sales): 335 non-one-sheet linenbacked posters (U.S. and non-U.S., movie and non-movie), plus 68 oversized flat items


  • Part IV Results (COMPLETED $237,363.00 in sales): 476 non-linenbacked posters and lobby cards that ship either rolled in standard tubes or in standard flat packages


  • Part V Results (COMPLETED $192,030.00 in sales): 520 Star Wars posters and related items of all types, including lots of great rarities and the most desired posters

What distinguishes OUR major auctions from other major auctions? Only the lack of any reserves or buyers premiums, honest condition grading, and unenhanced super-sized images! You always find an amazing "supermarket" selection of great posters from all years, genres, and countries! And there was something else really special about these December Major auctions!

THIS DECEMBER MAJOR AUCTION CONTAINED A LOT OF CONSIGNMENTS FROM VERY LONGTIME COLLECTORS WHO SEARCHED FOR DECADES FOR ULTRA-RARE ITEMS, AND IF YOU TOO LIKE GREAT RARITIES, YOU WILL BE AMAZED AT HOW MANY THIS AUCTION CONTAINED!


Our new bi-weekly auctions start in just a few days, on January 7th!

WHY AM I MAKING THIS CHANGE? Several reasons!

1) I have run weekly auctions for just shy of 20 full years (and we had online auctions for a year before we went to regular weekly auctions, and before that we had Major Auctions and semi-annual Sales catalogs for another full ten years), and after 30 years of this (and over 1,654,000 auctions!) I am tired of the non-stop weekly grind (where as soon as one auction is ready, it is time to prepare the next one)!

2) Of those more than 1,654,000 auctions, over half of them were for items that ended up selling for under $20, and around one quarter were for items that ended up selling for under $10 each. We usually lose money on most of these items (we spend more in labor preparing the auction and packing and shipping the item than we take in on commission from that item). I am tired of working so hard at auctioning items that we lose money on!

3) I suspect many of the bidders are getting worn out from having to check 999 auctions three times every WEEK (every couple of days), and I suspect they would not mind if they could have more of a break between auctions.

SO THAT IS HOW I ARRIVED AT THE NEW BI-WEEKLY AUCTIONS! Here are the pluses:

1) They allow me to take off every other week, all year round if I want, because we have half as many auctions (since all run for two weeks, instead of one), and every other week is an "off week" for us (but the auctions continue to run during that time).

2) They allow me to catch up on many projects that I have never had time to do, both at work and at home. That is a big plus for me!

3) They give bidders some "breathing room" between auctions. Every other week we won't have ANY auctions closing. Imagine how happy your spouses will be to learn that they can once again do something with you on (every other) Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday!

Is there a downside to this? I don't think there will be any, other than that everyone will need a little time to get used to the new schedule, but I really feel that once everyone adjusts, they will all say, "I wished you had done this years ago"!

But here is the biggest change. With half as many auctions, we will no longer have the time to auction low value items individually. So starting in January, any items we are consigned that realistically sell for under $20 each will be placed in bulk lots. And each bulk lot has to realistically sell for $20 each. So if someone consigns ten $2 items to us, we will make a single bulk lot out of them, even if they are all different kinds of items. And if they send twenty $5 items, we would at most make them into five bulk lots, but more likely just one or two.  But of course we will also offer to return the items to that person. BUT ALL ITEMS THAT ARE SENT TO US THAT REALISTICALLY SELL FOR $20 OR MORE WILL CONTINUE TO BE AUCTIONED INDIVIDUALLY!

And because we are trying to stop auctioning items with little value, even in bulk lots, know that if consignors send items that are virtually worthless (like newer "rolled" one-sheets from lesser movies, much lesser 8x10 stills, old People magazines, etc!), we will either return them to the consignors at their expense, or more reasonably, throw them out. THEREFORE, CONSIGNMENTS NEED TO EITHER SOLELY CONTAIN ITEMS WITH REALISTIC RETAILS OF $20 OR MORE EACH, OR A TOTAL REALISTIC RETAIL VALUE OF $200, so do not send consignments with a value of under $200 unless all the items are over $20 each

And by eliminating most of the low priced individual auctions, we can actually auction more $20+ items a year than we did when we had twice as many auctions! And we WON'T be stopping auctioning low priced items! It is just that we will be auctioning them ONLY in bulk lots, and NOT in single item auctions. And since I am hoping to do 999 bulk lots every month (instead of our current 500-600), we can also actually auction more sub-$20 items a year than we did when we had twice as many auctions, except they will be in bulk lots.


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