This exceedingly rare country of origin Japanese B3 “roadshow” style of the “Seven Samurai,” Kurosawa’s most acclaimed film, is the hardest to find of any of his works. This is a rare opportunity to own a true piece of important cinematic history.
|Style||Japanese B3, Roadshow|
|Size||18" x 26"|
USA Bonds Third Liberty Loan Boy Scouts
Designed by Joseph Christian Leyendecker, this original vintage propaganda poster has the image of a boy scout in uniform kneeling on a stone platform labeled "Weapons for Liberty" and holding a sword inscribed "Be prepared" with an allegorical Lady Liberty female warrior figure standing behind and holding a gold shield emblazoned with an American eagle emblem and wearing a crown, a robe fashioned from an American flag, and sandals; with mosaic-patterned background; the poster promotes the United States' third Liberty Loan campaign of World War I that launched in April 1918.
|Genre 2||World War I|
Big Brother and the Holding Company & Sir Douglas Quintet
Original FD 30-1 First Printing Concert Poster from two shows at The Avalon Ballroom on October 15th and 16th 1966. Signed In Pencil By The Artists Stanley Mouse & Alton Kelley.
Photo of James Dean taken in 1954 by photographer Roy Schatt, and printed in the 1982, is signed in pencil and numbered in the margin and includes the photographer’s stamp and “James Dean Foundation Trust 1982” copyright stamp on verso.
|Genre 2||Vintage Photography|
|Year Photo Taken||1954|
Awakening the Moon Limited Edition Print
Mark Ryden's Awakening the Moon Limited Edition Print. The poster is printed on heavyweight paper, signed and numbered, and is embossed with the Porterhouse seal in the lower right-hand corner and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
|Genre||Lowbrow / Pop-Surrealism|