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I'VE BEEN FRAMED!!!!Posters and otherwise
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I'VE BEEN FRAMED!!!!Posters and otherwise

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An Original Vintage Theatrical Linenbacked One-Sheet Movie Poster (1sh; measures 27
1 An Original Vintage Theatrical Linenbacked One-Sheet Movie Poster (1sh; measures 27" x 41" [69 x 104 cm])-1936
1936 Condition: good . The poster has a huge piece missing from right middle,obviously,fold and border wear. Overall, the poster is in good,considering it's age 
7k311 ROBINSON CRUSOE linen 1sh '36 radio's Uncle Don turns this silent movie into a kids' movie!Robinson Crusoe, the 1927 M.A. Wetherell English silent castaway ship wreck adventure starring M.A. Wetherell (in the title role as Robinson Crusoe), Fay Compton, Herbert Waithe, and Reginald Fox 
Price: 25.00 USD
Jim Morrison of the Doors
2 Jim Morrison of the Doors
arista 1978 VG+,slight wrinkle around edges,2 small tears left hand side border 36 
..."Indians scattered on dawn's highway bleeding....ghosts crowd the child's eggshell mind...." 
Price: 25.00 USD
YoshiTsune:Framed photo  よしつね
3 YoshiTsune:Framed photo よしつね
Photo in excellent fラメ院えxせっぇんt frame 20”x16”、p穂{ 
Samurai Yoshitsune is the namesake of Japans oldest rilroad line and train car.First ran in Hokkaido around 1880 
Price: 10.00 USD
770194 good+ has a couple of small tears along the border,and creases from being folded,mild edge wear, 
ALMO!!!!! perhaps the greatest movie ever!! 
Price: 25.00 USD
Don't Cop Out 1972 Sheridan - 1st  poster, Dave Sheridan
5 Dave Sheridan Don't Cop Out 1972 Sheridan - 1st poster
1972 poster in very good missing small piece from lower right hand corner-mild edge wear. dave Sheridan 
Dave Sheridan, artist Rip Off Press, printer Untitled poster work on paper 1972 offset lithograph paper 23 in HIGH x 17.5 in WIDE (58.42 cm HIGH x 44.45 cm WIDE) All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family. 2010.54.17079 inscription: "The Rip Off Press" printed at bottom left, and "D. Sheridan ''72" printed at bottom right in border. Tag words: figure, male marijuana uncle sam voting poster work on paper Art History Multi-color poster shows a satire of the James Montgomery Flagg "I Want You for U.S. Army" image. A male figure labeled "James Barleycorn McDope" with long hair, a moustache, and a beard appears at center on a dark purple background. The man points out at the viewer, and he wears a red jacket, bowtie, and a red top hat with a star made from green leaves on a yellow band. A red, white, and blue pin attached to his coat reads, "It''s Time to Decriminalize Marijuana Vote McDope in ''72." Text below the figure in pink, blue, and orange font reads, "Don''t Cop Out / Register, then Vote." A small peace symbol appears in the center of the ''o'' in ''Vote''. 
Price: 50.00 USD
George and Laura Bush,framed campaign photo auto-signed, George and Laura Bush
6 George and Laura Bush George and Laura Bush,framed campaign photo auto-signed
666 frame aprox.11 3/4" x 9 1/2" 
This rabbit-brained idiot brought our nation to the brink of Chaos and destruction. and that my friends is a flyingelfbooks.com fact.Pure Evil.Here is a commentary i found to unite George's policies with Adolph Hitler:".....Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, who did more to bring peace to the world in a couple of years than either of the Bush’s have done in two presidential terms, said last year that George W. Bush is a threat to world peace and that his plans to attack Iraq will destroy the international coalition in the war on terrorism. Former President Jimmy Carter and Nobel Peace Prize laureate warned that a pre-emptive US attack on Iraq would have catastrophic consequences. Bush’s disparaging of the United Nations, world opinion, and international statesmen is reminiscent of an April 28, 1939 speech by Hitler before the Reichstag: “Members of the German Reichstag: The President of the United States of America has addressed a telegram to me, with the curious contents of which you are already familiar . . . The President of the United States believes that in conference rooms as in courts it is necessary that both sides enter in good faith, assuming that substantial justice will accrue to both. German representatives will never again enter a conference that is for them a tribunal . . . Mr. Roosevelt asks that assurances be given him that the German armed forces will not attack, and above all, not invade, the territory or possessions of the following independent nations. He then names as those to which he refers: Finland, Lithuania, Latvia,’ Estonia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Great Britain , Ireland, France, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Poland, Hungary, Rumania, Yugoslavia, Russia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Iraq, the Arabias, Syria, Palestine, Egypt and Iran. I have first taken the trouble to ascertain from the states mentioned, firstly, whether they feel themselves threatened, and, what is most important, secondly, whether this inquiry by the American President was addressed to us at their suggestion or at least with their consent. The reply was in all cases negative, in some instances strongly so . . . I have reunited the territories that have been German throughout a thousand years of history-and, Mr. Roosevelt, I have endeavored to attain all this without bloodshed and without bringing to my people and so to others, the misery of war . . . For my world, Mr. President, is the one to which Providence has assigned me and for which it is my duty to work. Its area is much smaller. It comprises my people alone. But I believe I can thus best serve that which is in the hearts of all of us a*” justice, well-being, progress and peace for the whole community of mankind.” As Congress cheerfully applauded Bush’s State of the Union address, the Reichstag gave Hitler a thunderous reception. Although Hitler’s oratory skills were light years beyond Bush’s, the two speeches had something extremely fundamental in common– they were packed with lies." WAYNE MADSEN is a Washington, DC-based investigative journalist and columnist. He wrote the introduction to Forbidden Truth. Madsen can be reached at: WMadsen777@aol.com 
Price: 3.00 USD
Star Wars Return Of the Jedi Orignal Rolled One Sheet Style A 27X41 Estate, george Lucas
7 george Lucas Star Wars Return Of the Jedi Orignal Rolled One Sheet Style A 27X41 Estate
Date: 1983 Size: 27" x 41" (One-Sheet) Retail Value: $350 Description: This is the original poster printed for the promotion of "Return of the Jedi" This poster of the 1983 film was not distributed to the general public, and was only intended to be displayed in theaters. This is NOT a reproduction. This classic movie poster will look incredible on your wall! This poster was issued Rolled. 
Price: 100.00 USD
Grateful Dead,Terrapin Station Giannt poster on thick card that folds in half,measuring al-7001 ;36
8 Grateful Dead Grateful Dead,Terrapin Station Giannt poster on thick card that folds in half,measuring al-7001 ;36"x36"
arista has some edge wear,left hand bottom corner bump,on heavy card stock folds in the middle and some wear on the left and right side of split border 
Huge hard stock poster ,i believe very hard to find,fold in half,cannot be rolled.truly unique Dead head piece,has two man made holes with brass rings near the top so it can be held up by rope or large nails 
Price: 1200.00 USD
Very Scarce
9 Hanna-Barbera Very Scarce"Hey there,it's Yogi Bear" Movie Poster 64/193
Hanna-Barbera mild life wear, no splitting 281/2"x22" 

Price: 250.00 USD
Peter Max “Art Expo NY 1981, Peter Max
10 Peter Max Peter Max “Art Expo NY 1981
1981 poster in excellent Framed neatly Glass Cracked Peter Max 
Peter Max A pop culture icon, Peter Max is one of the most famous living artists. His use of bold colors, uplifting images and uncommon artistic diversity have touched almost every phase of American culture and has inspired many generations. Peter Max Hand Signed & Inscribed 1981 Art Expo Poster-Framed Art Expo NY 1981. Martin Lawrence Limited Editions.; 29in. X 23in. Please text me about shipping costs before you buy it will be pricey to ship Text me at Ron 310-591-7051 
Price: 99.00 USD
CONAN poster Artwork by SPAIN Rodriguez early 1970s, Spain Rodriguez
11 Spain Rodriguez CONAN poster Artwork by SPAIN Rodriguez early 1970s
has two tears on rigth side border,and 1 tear on left side border,plus 2creases on left corners up and down,plus a a tear on the bottom 5" long extending into he artwork,ti;; looks great no chipping just needs TLC and maybe a frame. 28 
Rare Conan poster by Spain Rodriguez, published by Black Sheep Press, circa 1970.Spain Rodriguez - Conan Poster (Gary Arlington/Black Sheep Press, ca. 1970s). Rare black and white image of the big barbarian by Underground Comix legend Spain Rodriguez. This poster actually came out before the first Marvel Comics Conan. Size is 22.5" x 28.5"; 
Price: 150.00 USD

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