Mexican Movie Poster: Yo Soy Mexicano de Aca de este Lado AP444

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Strong graphics in colorful poster from the 1952 Mexican film "Yo Soy Mexicano de Aca de este Lado" (I'm a Mexican from This Side of Town) directed by Miguel Contreras Torres, one of the great pioneers of Mexican cinema. Starred the Cuban-born Rosa Carmina, known as "Queen of the Gangsters" for her work in that ...

Movie Poster: “Paid in Full” AP440

Movie poster of "Paid in Full" is from the estate of the late actress "film noir siren" Lizabeth Scott (d. January 31, 2015)                         Price on request. "Paid in Full" was a 1950 film directed by William Dieterle, starring Lizabeth Scott with Robert Cummings, Diana Lynn and Eve Arden. Poster is mounted on linen and framed. 31w x ...

The Fak Hongs Numero D’Illusion Le Plus Grand Du Monde Poster P1122

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The Fak Hongs developed into a franchise that continued into the thirties with different troupes being assembled and sent out on tour all over the world. Their origins remain, as is only fitting, deeply mysterious. Billed as a Japanese revue yet sounding very Chinese, the show definitely had legs. The sinister Orient, with its intoxicating ...

Yearly Spring Cleaning Parking lot sale March 7th and 8th Yellow tags half price and good till gone.

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We are fortunate enough to have found some very amazing finds over the last 5 years.. But sadly we don't have room to adequately show off all our treasure.. so Most all furniture and lighting thats been in inventory 2 or more years is headed for the half Price warehouse- The Parking lot in fact. We ...

Park French Map of Toluca Lake 1936 A869

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Fabulous in every way. The new minted celebrity enclave of Toluca Lake, with its Lakeside golf club and proximity to the Santa Anita racetrack, celebrated its exclusive roster of property owners (top of the list is Bing Crosby) with this swankily deco style map. The design decor was executed by artist and architect Park French. 21.5" ...

“Fortune Free” Witch Weighing Scale Sign A865

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Could there be anything funner than this? Weighing machines, often providing fortunes, or issuing mock-insults and cheeky commentary to the customer, were a mainstay of American drugstores and amusement arcades, wonderful ways to pass a little time, or have a laugh with your date. These were machines proclaiming their innate spiritual magic and occult status, ...

Irv Wyner Pinup Girl P1053

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Stunning and incredibly sexy red-gowned pre-war beauty here. Irv Wyner started out in New York doing pinup illustrations before he moved West to work in Hollywood as an illustrator. This piece will be estate-stamped by the Irv Wyner Estate. 22"w x 30"h. Unframed, oil on board. Price on request. Irv Wyner (1904-2002) was one of the most ...

Will Rogers “Judge Priest” poster AP438

Very special. One of a kind, in fact we don't know any others in existence. This hand-screened large print has been cleaned, linen-backed and mounted on board. 4' x 6'. Slight margin damage (see photo). "Judge Priest" was a 1934 American comedy film starring the American legend Will Rogers. The movie was based on humorist Irvin S. Cobb's ...

“Sweetheart of the Rodeo” poster, Jo Mora P936

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From 1933, Jo Mora poster "Sweetheart of the Rodeo." Wonderfully detailed. Mounted on cardboard in a simple black frame. 25"w x 32.5"h. Price on request. Joseph Jacinto "Jo" Mora (1876–1947) was an Uruguayan-born American cartoonist, illustrator and cowboy, who lived with the Hopi and wrote extensively about his experiences in California. He was an artist-historian, sculptor, painter, ...

Edward Penfield Harper’s Magazine Poster August 1895 P842

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The New Woman, in her daring bathing costume, one hand wisely on the safety rope. These posters for Harper's Magazine were the last word in modernity, echoing the work that was being done in France by Toulouse Lautrec and Mucha, and in Vienna by the artists of the Secession. Edward Penfield was born June 2, 1866 ...

Edward Penfield Harper’s Magazine April 1895 Poster P843

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We are so tickled to have a set of these groundbreaking lthographs executed by Edward Penfield for Harper's Magazine. Called "placards" in their time, they represented the cutting edge of graphic design in advertising. This one is so rare we can't find an example of it on the internet. Edward Penfield (June 2, 1866 – February ...

Edward Penfield Harper’s Magazine Lithographic Poster Xmas 1895 P840

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This is a big one, the holiday blow-out, and it's a beauty. Sophisticated and jolly at the same time: no mean feat. Penfield has incorporated old covers from the magazine's past and placed them in the wreaths on the wall. But this Santa is a thoroughly modern man about town toasting us in champagne, and ...