A cornerstone in the movie paper industry since May 1989, Bruce Hershenson's eMoviePoster.com handles more posters than any other dealer in the country. Each week they auction 2,000 to 3,000 posters on their own auction site and every item starts at just $1 with NO reserves and NO buyers premiums on any item. Every item they sell is a consignment, and they are the biggest and most trusted consignment poster dealer in the hobby. Learn more about consigning by going to their Consign page.
Here are all of eMoviePoster's latest announcements and information on one page
Or.. you can view their auctions by using the following links:
*Tuesday Auction Gallery
*Thursday Auction Gallery
*Sunday Auction Gallery
And for those who do not like to bid in auctions, they also have a Fixed Priced Gallery with hundreds of items for sale from $1 to $310 ready to buy now! They also have their "Face/Offs", a fun daily feature which pits movie subjects against each other allowing visitors to vote for their favorite. In addition, you can check out the past Face/Offs in their Face/Off Archive. They will be adding more fun features to their site as time permits.
But there is more to eMoviePoster.com than just great auctions! They also offer many free yet valuable (and fully searchable) resources on their website such as their:
*Auction History - Containing 1,150,000+ results and 1,098,000+ images from their actual past sales
*Free Weekly E-mail Club - Containing site updates, collector comments, weekly Did You Knows, Cool Items of the Week, and more
*Comic Strip Archive - A special series of comic strip ads they commissioned by Erik Andresen
*Did You Know Archive - A weekly addition to their site that covers updates to the site, details of their lesser known features, and general movie poster tips
*Cool Item of the Week Archives - Updated weekly, it chronicles Bruce Hershenson's private collection of pressbooks and campaign books with images of rare items
*Against the Grain Archive - A great series of 16 articles written by Gabe Taverney covering many great (famous as well as near-forgotten) "Black Film Pioneers"
Additional helpful links:
*Auction Registration - Register for their auctions (it's free!)
*Consignment page - describes how consigning to their auctions works
*Guide to Publications - details about the 43 movie poster books they published, many of which have long sold out