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Welcome to Page 3 of my online sale. There are 3 pages: The first page is SRV, second page is music memorabilia, and third page is Hollywood, Sports, Automotive, Antiques and other items.  There is a link to the next page at the bottom of each page.

Click on the camera to see each item. The photos are low resolution but should be a sufficient guide. Most of the posters were shrink-wrapped on acid-free board at the time I took the photos, and they show a lot of glare and reflection, so in most cases the posters are much more attractive than shown in these small photos. Poster sizes are approximate.

Email me (1) what you want and (2) your state or country. I will email you back with a total price (including postage any applicable fees and sales tax; if you want insurance you need to ask for it).  Then you can go to Paypal.com and pay with your credit card to my email address. If you are serious about buying, I'm happy to answer any questions you have. Don't ask "is it still available" unless you are prepared to buy if it is available. I do not charge "handling" or otherwise try to net more than the price listed. I will add my best estimate of actual shipping charges, sales tax only if you live in Texas, plus the internet transaction fee that I am charged.

The persons on the mailing list often receive advance notice when there is a substantial increase in items for sale.  If you did not get advance notice it means you aren't on the mailing list because you either never signed up, your email changed, you didn't check your email or you never ordered the new book. If you want notice next time, let me know you want to be on the mailing list.

Happy shopping!

 

HOLLYWOOD AUTOGRAPHS
Julia Roberts. Obtained by me in person after her performance in New York on Broadway in the play Three Days of Rain. If you were a ticket holder for that performance and got in line quickly enough after the show, she would sign programs on her way from the stage door to her vehicle. I will include a copy of a photo I took of her signing a few seconds before she signed for me and a copy of my ticket stub. She has signed the Playbill for that evening. You can find 50 or more "signed" Julia Roberts items on the internet every single day for $10-25, but you know she doesn't sign that many autographs. She probably didn't sign any of them. If you want one you can trust, here it is.  I have two available.  $250
Bob Hope. Among the greatest comedians who appeared in vaudeville, on Broadway, and in radio, television and movies. He was also noted for his work with the US Armed Forces and his numerous USO tours entertaining American military personnel. Throughout his career, he was honored for his humanitarian work. I got this autograph in person during his visit to the Bob Hope Theater on the campus of S.M.U. in Dallas. Beautiful signature on the program for the event. Framed. $125
Gregory Peck. An Academy Award-winning and four-time Golden Globe Award-winning film actor. He was one of the most popular film stars from the 1940s to the 1960s, and played important roles well into the 1990s. One of his most notable performances was as Atticus Finch in the 1962 film version of To Kill a Mockingbird, for which he won his Academy Award. President Lyndon Johnson honored Peck with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1969 for his lifetime humanitarian efforts. In 1999, the American Film Institute named Peck among the Greatest Male Stars of All Time, ranking at #12. I obtained his autograph in person after his show in Ft Worth just a couple of years before he died. I think the program, "A Conversation with Gregory Peck," has been released on DVD. He sat on stage and told great stories of his life and career. Nice bold signature on an Italian movie poster for Roman Holiday, one of my alltime favorite movies. $150
John Houseman. Along with Orson Welles, Houseman founded the Mercury Theatre, best remembered for their 1938 radio adaptation of H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds. Houseman produced more than two dozen films, including the 1946 film noir, The Blue Dahlia. He first became widely known to the public, however, for his Golden Globe and Academy Award-winning role as Professor Charles Kingsfield in the 1973 film The Paper Chase, a role which he reprised in the television series of the same name. You may also remember him for his TV commercials, including one for a brokerage house, saying, "They make money the old-fashioned way - they earn it." I got this autograph in person on a program before a lecture he gave at S.M.U. in Dallas. Framed. $150
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Widely considered one of the greatest NBA players of all time. During his 20 years in the NBA from 1969 to 1989, he scored 38,387 points the highest total of any player in league history in addition to winning a record six Most Valuable Player Awards. He was known for his "Skyhook" shot, which was famously difficult to block because it put his 7' 2" body between the basket and the ball. Abdul-Jabbar's success began well before his professional career; in college, he played on three championship teams, and his high school team won 71 consecutive games. You may also remember him from the movie Airplane! I got this autograph on a Sports Illustrated spread at the hotel where the team stayed in Dallas while he was playing for the Lakers. Framed $150
MOVIE POSTERS & RELATED
Marilyn Monroe. An original and complete 1955 "Golden Dreams" calendar. These calendars are quite famous and collectible. Framed beautifully with 2 photos of probably the most famous sex symbol of all time. Insurance mandatory due to the size of the frame (29x29) $550
Steven Spielberg's Gremlins movie poster. 27x41. Some wrinkles $10
W.C. Fields - The incomparable Fields in a classic still from moive. "If at first you don't succeed, try again. Then quit. No use being a damn fool about it." 22x28 $10
W.C. Fields - classic pose playing poker. You can almost hear his classic retort to the question, "Is this a game of chance?"  "Not the way I play it, no." Huge poster, tack holes, edge tears, tape on back, but still would frame up pretty well. 28x42 $20
Clint Eastwood - movie poster from 1974, 27x41. Jeff Bridges also starred. Folded is original condition. $100
The Jerk - Steve Martin - original movie poster, 27x41. Classic comedy, great poster!! $50
Disney's 101 Dalmatians - original poster, window card 13.5 x 36. Folded is believed to be original condition. Framed $150

 
Books/Magazines/Video:
  • DVDs - Complete Twin Peaks TV show, two seasons, store-bought box sets, plus pilot episode. Eleven (11) discs!! Awesome TV show from 1990-1991.  $50 
  • DVDs - Complete Max Headroom TV show from the 1980s. Eight (8) home-made discs. $5
see list
ANTIQUES & FURNISHINGS & CAMERAS
Two cool looking old table radios. 1947 Motorola Model 57X11. 1946 Zenith Model 5D027-VZ. $100 the pair
Columbia record player Model 105, 3-speed. Guessing it's early 1950s. Plugged it in and the turntable turns. $50
ca. 1948-1950 Sunbeam Mixmaster classic kitchen mixer. Believed to be a Model 9, comes with bowl and beaters. Looks great in the kitchen whether you use it or not. $80
Snoopy telephone/lamp. Very cool with Snoopy holding the receiver and Woodstock at his side. It's about 26" tall. Date says 1966. Very collectible. $150
Olympus OM-2 35mm camera with Olympus Zuiko 50mm lens, Zuiko 28mm f3.5 wide-angle lense and Tokina 70-210mm f4 telephoto zoom lens. $50
Canon EOS Elan 35mm film camera with Sigma 28-210mm lens (f3.8-5.6). Autofocus $50
SPORTS  POSTERS, Etc.
1988 Calgary Winter Olympics. Rare signed lithographs of artwork which hung behind the ABC commentators during the broadcasts. This print is more rare than most of the artwork available for purchase during the Olympic Games because it was done by ABC for limited promotion rather than the posters for sale in gift shops. The artist, Bart Forbes, is famous for his sports art and for US postage stamps. Investment grade. Autographed by the artist. Sold as a set of two, each approx. 24x39. Retail value approximately $500 $300
set of 2
Dallas Cowboys, Michael Jordan and Nolan Ryan cereal boxes. My collection of five cereal boxes for three different Cowboy Superbowl victories (92, 93, 95), and early Michael Jordan box and a Nolan Ryan box. No cereal. Boxes in excellent condition. $20
Dallas Cowboys - old poster from the 1960s. There was some kind of advertising across the middle, and the "Dallas Cowboys" line was cut off the bottom and glued over the advertising. 24x31.  $10
Dallas Mavericks - 1980-1990 promo given to season ticket holders. 20x30 $5 or free with any $20 poster purchase
Michael Jordan - centerfold photo of a Jordan slam dunk $5
  Olympics Souvenir Program -  2000 Sydney Australia, 170 pages. Ian Thorpe cover $5
OTHER POSTERS & THINGS
Frank Frazetta !  1970s print of one of Frazetta's most popular images. 16x22 $25
Lion  face - nice for a classroom or kid's room. 20x28 $5 or free with any $20 poster purchase
Frank Lloyd Wright - museum exhibition poster from the late 1980s I believe. Framed 25x31.  $225
Seagate  - promo of artwork of a hard drive. Unusual, yes. 20x30. free with any poster purchase
Uncle Sam "I Want You"  classic recruiting poster by Flagg, huge 29x40.  Tack holes in corners, edge wear etc. $10
Apollo Space Program - Newspaper clippings from 1975. Apollo 17 was the eleventh manned space mission in the NASA Apollo program. It was the first night launch of a U.S. human spaceflight and the sixth and final lunar landing mission of the Apollo program. The mission was launched at 12:33 a.m. EST on December 7, 1972, and concluded on December 19. It remains the most recent manned moon landing and the most recent manned flight beyond low Earth orbit. It also broke several records set by previous flights, including longest manned lunar landing flight; longest total lunar surface extravehicular activities; largest lunar sample return, and longest time in lunar orbit. $5
Classic automobiles - Eight (8) different classic cars (only four pictured) from a 1975 TRW calendar. Really nice artwork.  $5
Old Auto Show Newspapers - Several complete newspaper sections for Dallas and Fort Worth new car auto shows from 1975-1979. Six sections in all. Stored in a drawer out of sunlight for over 30 years. $5
  Go To "PAGE ONE" to see SRV items for sale