Click the pic to visit our website category devoted to Hammer Horror. Currently available is this wildly appealing picture from the 1961 classic “The Curse of the Werewolf” which starred Oliver Reed and Yvonne Romain.
The Royal Mail issued a set of stamps and first day of issue postmark on 10 June, 2008 to commemorate British Cinema. Our edition is limited to just 50 and this is the newest!
As always, we use archival quality methods and materials, conservation glass all enclosed within custom-built frames. Custom-boxed and fully documented. $350 plus shipping.
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The first Fifties Fins and Chrome piece is finished and ready for sale!
Here it is, a scene from the movie American Graffiti starring Ron Howard and Cindy Williams leaning against a 1958 Edsel, matted with the first day of issue postmarks (both digital and hand cancel) and stamps commemorating America’s love affair with classic cars; notably the decades of 1950-1960 where the cars looked like they could fly or swim and gleamed as they cruised the blacktop, decked out in all their finny, chromed glory.
Keep an eye on this edition, or drop us a line and let us know which 1950’s memory you’d like to own.
503-338-6056 for inquiries.
Over a month in the making, this one’s done now that Bill’s back on his feet:
Includes a MINT 45 of the hit song, “Pleasant Valley Sunday” the original picture sleeve, pin and a signed photo of the American pop quartet including Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones, Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork.
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Free Comic Book Day is here (Saturday, May 2nd), so get yourself to your nearest comic book store and inquire about participation and rules. On the website, you can insert your zip code and find a local shop as well as learn about which comics will be available.
The idea behind Free Comic Book Day, which was introduced in 2002, is to help introduce newcomers to Comics, most notably children and thus encourage literacy and healthy participation in the hobby of reading and collecting comic books.