Poster dealers and auction houses



Below is a list of poster dealers and auction houses, most of which I have bought from or dealt with in the past and can heartily recommend as good places to search for that next poster purchase.


Movie Poster Retailers



CineArt Gallery (London, UK)

– The original shop that started me collecting movie posters. They have an enormous number of posters in stock and specialise in anything James Bond. If you’re ever in London I certainly recommend that you pop in for a chat. Just don’t blame me if you end up maxing out your credit card in there.

Reel Poster Gallery (London, UK)

- Another London based gallery. Bruce Marchant and Tony Nourmand (who established the gallery back in 1991) not only have a great selection of posters for sale but have also produced a superb series of books which contain the best poster art of the past 70 years of cinema. SeeUseful Reading for more details.

Quadbod (UK)

- Terry & Sue are specialised dealers of pre-1990 UK Quads. Always friendly to talk to and can be found at memorabilia fairs up and down the country.

Quadbod (UK)

Motion Picture Arts Gallery

- Formerly based in New York, now in New Jersey, MPAG is one of the best suppliers of vintage movie posters in the USA.

FilmPosters.com

- Another excellent website with a massive stock of original film posters. Well worth checking out.

Europosterman.com

- Excellent website of Netherlands based collector Loek Brobbel. Has a large international range of posters. Well worth a look.

Cinemart.it

- Italian based dealer with a great website specialising in Italian movie posters.

CineMasterpieces

- David Lieberman is a US dealer with a huge number of posters for sale. Also regularly sells on Ebay. Be sure to check this one out!

Cinema Shop

- Excellent website based in Germany that sells a wide variety of original movie posters from around the world.

Movie Posters Direct (UK)

- Premier On-Line store for Movie Posters, Film Cells and Movie Memorabilia

Internet Auction Sites



Ebay

- Obvious I know! But it’s still probably the best place to look for any kind of movie poster (or anything else for that matter).

Heritage Movie Posters
Heritage Movie Posters

- Now with a dedicated web site, Heritage Movie Posters holds regular monthly auctions (soon to become weekly) along with larger Signature auctions which are usually held twice a year. A great place to look for any kind of poster.

eMovieposter

- Bruce Hershenson, the owner of eMovieposter actually sells his posters on Ebay, but since he sells so many posters every year, he deserves a mention of his own! I’m sure every collector has bought something from Bruce at some time, and there’s a good reason why. Quite simply eMovieposter has developed a reputation that has yet to be surpassed on Ebay. If you buy from Bruce you’ll know that you’ll be getting not only a quality item but also with the best service around. Well worth bookmarking this site.

Auction Houses



The big three are listed below, but since film memorabilia is only a small part of what they deal with you’ll have to check each site regularly for sale announcements. Posters will usually be categorised as “Popular Entertainment” or “Entertainment Memorablia”

Christies

Sothebys

Bonhams

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