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The Holy Grail of Movie Memorabilia is up for sale!

This collection is no joke and would be a seriously awesome investment. The fact that this collection even exists is mind blowing. Guernsey's is featuring a collection of movie printing plates that is considered...

The Making of the Italian West: Part 15

A Fistful of Westerns: The Making of The Spaghetti West Part 15: Lee Van Cleef This issue of A Fistful of Westerns blog was to finish up the Sabata series, but instead I thought it...

The Making of the Italian West: Part 14

In the last couple of posts I’ve discussed the Sartana pictures, the first four with Gianni Garko as the titular character, here I am going to go over another series of pictures created by...

THIS and THAT: Toploaders

THIS, THAT, and The other THING THIS: Ultra-Pro One-Sheet Toploader. Product Code: APP2943. This rigid 16 gauge crystal-clear vinyl display holds one-sheet posters. Just slide in your poster, and it is ready to use. It’s...

Piracy sure has changed

As a kid all I could think about whenever a VHS movie started was "I wonder if anyone ever had to pay the $250,000 fine?" if you get caught pirating VHS tapes. That warning...

Why are Video Games important?

Video games have a long and interesting history if you've been paying attention over the last 30 some odd years. (A brief timeline) From the inception of Pong, one of the first commercially successful games,...

The Collectors Scavenger Hunt!

Fancy yourself a collector? Do you have a keen eye? Would you like the chance to win a $100, $50 or $25 gift certificate for the greatest Collection Protection Supplies around? Then strap on...

Disney has a Morgue and it’s not what you think

A morgue? Isn't that where they keep the dead bodies? Why on earth would Walt Disney have a Morgue? It may sound rather macabre but Walt Disney did in fact have a facility he liked...

Media Collection Protection Tips

Prior to the 1980’s,one sheet movie posters that were sent to theaters for movie release advertising were folded. It is considered best storage practice to keep these movie posters folded when archiving them. We stock a standard corrugated cardboard storage box that stores the posters vertically and an acid-free storage box with a drop-front that stores the posters flat. Folded...