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Posters, Lobby Cards

Although some Oz-related posters were produced in 1920s, the majority of collectible posters were produced with association of 1939 MGM movie. Quite valuable, the posters from 1939 are selling these days for over $15,000, and even reprints from '40s and '50 can fetch a few thousand dollars.Some poster are issued in French, Spanish and other languages.

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Wizard of Oz - Scarecrow poster from 1979 promoting education. SOld 1/25/2011
Unusual poster of the Scarecrow that was from the Dept. Of Defense and dated 1979. It measures approx. 22" x 16 1/2" and is like new condition. Poster states:' You've Got The Brains! What You Need Is An Education!"


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WIZARD OF OZ WICKED WITCH Signed Costume Movie Prop COA
Authentic Fabric from the hat worn during the famous Melting Scene! Elaborately Custom Framed. Authentic Fabric taken from the hat that actress, Margaret Hamilton, wore during her role as “The Wicked Witch”. This Fabric was taken from the hat Hamilton wore during the famous “Melting Scene”.

The fabric has been Framed (frame alone is several hundred dollars. Approx. Framed Dimensions: 23” X 19”) and matted with a photo of Margaret Hamilton as “The Wicked Witch,” along with an excellent FACSIMILE signature in blue ink (very original in its appearance and difficult to tell from real), and a presentation plate inscribed with the following, “THE WICKED WITCH The Wizard of Oz 1939 MARGARET HAMILTON Authentic Fabric cut from the lining of the cone from the Wicked Witch’s hat that was worn by Margaret Hamilton during the famous melting scene.” The presentation looks spectacular in person!

The Purchaser will receive full documentation with regard to the Authentic Fabric taken from this famous hat

This piece of fabric was removed from the hat by William S. Mack prior to consigning the hat in 1998 to Profiles in History Auction House in 1998, Lot #113. Letter of authenticity signed by William S . Mack indicating that he removed the fabric from the inside of the hat's cone.

In March of 2008, a Hamilton Wicked Witch hat used only for the melting sequence sold at auction for $208,000.
( http://www.profilesinhistory.com/items/hollywood-memorabilia-auction-40/margaret-hamilton-screen-worn-%E2%80%9Cwicked-witch-of-the-west%E2%80%9D-hat-from-the-wizard-of-oz.html )

This is the great conversation piece.





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Wizard of Oz poster from 1929
Very rare poster from 1929 in fine condition with original card that have never been removed. This poster is similar to one shown on page 175 in the Wizard of Oz Collector's Treasury book (see last photo).

The American Seating Company's Oz poster, circa July 1929, was one of the earliest Oz product endorsements. Perhaps to appeal to educators and school children, an attempt was made to "humanize" the popular Scarecrow and Ptchwork Girl characters - in spite of their familiarity and the fact that similar advertisements featured the traditional book characters.

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Limited edition print signed by Dick Martin
Limited edition print of dust jacket design for Merry Go Round in Oz, Martin, Dick, 1989 1st printing, Full color print of new dust jacket design for the 1989 Books of Wonder first printing of the McGraw/Wagner 1963 collaboration. Hand numbered 96/300 and signed by Dick Martin, fine in shrink wrap,


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WIZARD OF OZ Original 70's College POSTER
Great ORIGINAL Mini Poster measuring 8-1/2" x 11" from the 1970's that was distributed to Colleges when they would air a special showing in colleges of the classic 1939 M.G.M.

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Wizard of Oz poster from 1929
Very rare poster from 1929 in fine condition with original card that have never been removed. This poster is similar to one shown on page 175 in the Wizard of Oz Collector's Treasury book (see last photo).

The American Seating Company's Oz poster, circa July 1929, was one of the earliest Oz product endorsements. Perhaps to appeal to educators and school children, an attempt was made to "humanize" the popular Scarecrow and Ptchwork Girl characters - in spite of their familiarity and the fact that similar advertisements featured the traditional book characters.

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RARE BRITISH CIGARETTE CARD JUDY GARLAND
RARE JUDY GARLAND CIGARETTE CARD FROM 1940. BACK MENTIONS THE WIZARD OF OZ AND IS #13 IN A SERIES OF 48. ISSUED BY GALLAHER LTD. VIRGINIA HOUSE, LONDON & BELFAST. 1 1/2" X 2 1/2". CAN BE SEEN ON PAGE 167 OF THE COLLECTORS TREASURY.

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WIZARD OF OZ JUDY GARLAND 1950'S ORIGINAL UK LOBBY CARD
Authentic original lobby card. The still measures 8x10 inches. This lobby card is from Great Britain and was printed during the actual year the film was released in movie theaters. The lobby card was created by the film studios to publicise the movie and was intended for display outside the movie theatre in special glass display boxes. THESE ARE NOT REPRODUCTIONS! You are looking at a truly original piece of cinema art, a genuine collector's item. This card is in excellent condition.

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Wizard of Oz - Mexiacan Lobby card. Sold 12/26/2011
One of a set of unusually colored and interpreted Mexican Lobby cards, this El Mago de Oz poster advertised the 1939 "grandosa production de Metro-Goodwin-Mayer" Size 12 1/2 by 16 1/2 as shown on Wizard of Oz collectors Tresasury on page 180. Value between $200 to $400 in 1992.

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Wizard of Oz - Lobby card #2.
THE WIZARD OF OZ, U.S. LOBBY CARD ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTER. CARD #2. 1949 RE RELEASE. This is a genuine U.S. lobby card ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTER issued by the studio when the film was re released and meant for theatrical display. Measures 11"x14". Although on title card #1 it says "A METRO GOLDWYN MAYER MASTERPIECE REPRINT", these are not "reprints". Those in the hobby normally refer to these as "reissue" or "re release" cards. These were printed in 1949 for the 1949 theatrical re release of the film. These can be very difficult to find in any condition! A long time can go by without one of these coming up for sale. You will have trouble finding a nicer one. Condition: Some brown tape on the back, some pin holes and general storage wear. Overall Excellent - Investment quality. A few minor defects.

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Barry Moser Inscribed The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Broadside. Lithograph.
Barry Moser Inscribed The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Broadside. Lithograph. 17.5 x 28 inches. Inscribed in pencil "For the Regans Barry Moser." In fine condition. This ominous illustration is reproduced from the Moser illustrated The Wonderful Wizard of Oz published as a limited edition in 1984 by Pennyroyal Press. In fine condition.

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