Still time to get your Christmas Gifts
22nd December, 2020
You can use our Click & Collect service.
Our original vintage film posters and lobby cards make perfect gifts, so whether you are looking for a new gift idea, or perhaps you know someone who already collects and would like to add something to their collection then you've come to the right place.
We have had to close our bricks and mortar Gallery temporarily due to the Tier 4 restrictions, but we are still here to help you choose your original vintage movie posters or lobby cards so give us a call
020 7751 5584, 07889 691778 or 07872 520271 - or email us -
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
We're waiting to help you.
New Tier 4 Restrictions
19th December, 2020
In line with the latest Government regulations, our physical Gallery will be temporarily closed from close of business on Saturday, 19th December.
If you have seen something you would like to purchase, either in the Gallery or online, then please contact us on any of the following numbers to arrange Click&Collect. The Gallery may be closed but we are here to help you by telephone, email or virtual appointment and will do our best to help you find what you are looking for.
020 7751 5584
07889 691 778
or by email at:
If you have already purchased something and need to collect it we will be contacting you in the next few days to arrange a timed Click&Collect.
So please do get in touch and thank you for your continued support.
Susan and Andy
Dame Barbara Windsor
12th December, 2020
We were saddened to hear of the death this week of Barbara Windsor, one of the country's best loved actors and personalities.
Her works for Charity are well documented, and for many she will always be remembered as Peggy Mitchell in EastEnders.
For film fans she left a few memorable appearances in British films in the early Sixties, and of course her nine great contributions to the much loved Carry On series.
RIP Dame Barbara
UPDATE: CLOSED BUT NOT CLOSED...
8th November, 2020
Although the latest Government ruling means that from 5th November until 2nd December our physical Gallery is closed, we are still very much open for business.
We are working hard to make sure we deal with all orders as usual and we are available to help and answer any queries by email or telephone. You can leave a message on our answering machine and if we are unable to answer we will call you back, or you can call +44 (0)7889 691778.
During this time we will be mailing purchases out as usual by Royal Mail or can arrange Covid-secure deliveries or Click and Collect.
Stay safe everyone, and thank you for your support.
RIP Sir Sean Connery - Cinema Icon
1st November, 2020
The press today is dominated by news of the death at 90 of Sir Sean Connery.
There's a fair amount about his politics and views, but of course the coverage is dominated by the cinematic role for which he will inevitably be best remembered - Bond, James Bond.
That's understandable. It's always been the case that the majority of people looking for an original 007 Bond cinema movie poster, for themselves or someone else, specify that it should be Sean Connery. Roger Moore is also popular, as is Daniel Craig, but anyone looking for a statement piece of authentic movie advertising to adorn the walls of their home or office is most likely to want one of the classic Connery Bond outings. Original film posters featuring him in that role are becoming harder and harder to find, and their value has increased to the point where an original UK Quad poster for his 1960s outings are likely to be command prices of several (or many) thousands of pounds.
But there are alternatives. Original Lobby Cards from those same films are smaller and more affordable but can still make a great display when framed.
And we shouldn't forget that Connery was far from being a one trick poster. He won an Oscar for The Untouchables, was impressive in Hitchcock's Marnie, amusing in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, captivating in Entrapment, and almost always gritty, whether in a fantasy adventure like Highlander or a 90s blockbuster such as The Rock.
He was also pretty good at comedy, and our tip for an alternative poster that conjures up the spirit of Bond posters, but at a fraction of the cost, is the original movie poster for 1982's The Man with the Deadly Lens.
RIP Sir Sean