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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire; DS Advance

SKU: Harry Potter Goblet of Fire $74.95
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Warner Brothers, 2005 Very Fine- One Sheet 27'' X 41'' DS Advance, rolled Fantasy Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Timothy Spall, David Tennant, Rupert Grint, Bonnie Wright, Robbie Coltrane, Maggie Smith, Alan Rickman, Miranda Richardson, Gary Oldman, and Ralph Fiennes. Directed by Mike Newell. Movie Posters are advertising posters created by the movie studio in support of a film. They are NOT the amass marketaposters available for purchase through big box stores, counter culture gift stores and head shops. aMovie Postersaare typically distributed to theater owners by the National Screen Services (NSS). Movie Posters are the ultimate collectible as they are only produced in quantities sufficient to accommodate the number of screens showing the picture. Whereas, modern comics, sports cards, etca are produced in the millions, Movie Posters can be counted in the thousands. Comparatively, they are a singularly rare item and were never intended for mass consumption. Generally, only a Movie Poster that was actually used at the theater to promote a film can be considered an authentic aMovie Postera An unrestored poster will display signs of use. They may include light edge or fold wear, slight fold separations, very minor paper loss, pinholes, or unobtrusive stains. Normally, you will have pin-holes, tape residue, staple holes and other display condition issues present. Occasionally, there will be movie posters within the NSS which were not distributed or used by the theater and therefore do not have the inherent damage. These are mint condition posters. Movie Posters are an investible with broad appeal not only for the film buff but for anyone who grew up admiring a favorite actor, film, story or book. Some collectors acquire posters from films by a particular actor, director, writer or studio. Whatever the motivation, movie posters are intended to be displayed, enjoyed and admired. The againing in value over timea is just a bonus. A number of factors combine to make a movie poster valuable: 1) The demand for the film itself especially if it is an Oscar winner, Box Office hit or Classic film or a film that is still widely popular over time. 2) The stature of the actors in the film. 3) How compelling is the graphic image on the poster. 4) Condition of the poster. 5) Did a famous artist create the poster image. 6) Rarity/scarcity of the version as more than one style was usually produced for a film. Standard North American Movie Poster & Card Sizes: Half-Sheet 28ax 22aOne Sheet 27ax 41aThree Sheet 41ax 81aSix Sheet 81ax 81aInsert 14ax 36aTitle Card 14ax 11aLobby Card 14ax 11aJumbo Lobby Card 17ax 14aWindow Card 14ax 22aMidget Window Card 8ax 14aPhotos 8ax 10aExhibition Photos 15.5ax 19.5aMovie Poster Grades: Mint: A poster that has never been used or displayed. Near Mint: A barely used poster. Very Fine: A poster with excellent vibrant color and appearance. Fine: A poster with good color and appearance. Very Good: A poster with paper conditions, brittle, chips, wear to folds Good: An average poster exhibiting tears, paper loss, chips and overall wear Fair: A poster with dull, faded colors, well used. Poor: A poster that has extensive use, dry rot, foxing, spotting, paper loss and faded colors.