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Old 12-05-2017, 04:57 PM   #8361
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I got my Last Jedi poster from DMR and had no issues. Poster was packaged well and there wasn't any dings or rips on the poster when I opened it.
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Old 12-07-2017, 04:48 PM   #8362
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I got my Last Jedi poster from DMR and had no issues. Poster was packaged well and there wasn't any dings or rips on the poster when I opened it.
Same here, they seem to be getting better at packaging them. I'm glad they now use plastic sleeves too, I think that makes a difference since they no longer try and jam the receipt in and ruin the edges.
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Old 12-07-2017, 07:18 PM   #8363
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Same here, they seem to be getting better at packaging them. I'm glad they now use plastic sleeves too, I think that makes a difference since they no longer try and jam the receipt in and ruin the edges.
I was surprised to see the plastic sleeve. Last time I ordered a poster (The first Avengers movie) it was just in the tube. Luckily then it came in great condition. Maybe I'm just lucky with DMR.
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Old 12-12-2017, 10:39 PM   #8364
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The Last Jedi final theatrical is up on DMR. One per member.
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Old 12-13-2017, 03:07 PM   #8365
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Not really a movie poster per-say BUT.........

I ordered a beautiful THX poster to showcase in my home theater room.
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Old 12-19-2017, 06:03 AM   #8366
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Didn't get an answer so re-asking. Anybody know what's the cheapest poster frames in the UK to buy at? I think Amazon.co.uk is showing as the cheapest so far from my limited search but hoping for a magic <£10 mark
Tiaracle is the cheapest poster frame and canvas prints UK to Buy visit our website tiaracle.com .
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Old 12-31-2017, 06:13 PM   #8367
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Looking for this poster. 27x40 Double Side mint. Inbox.
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Old 01-20-2018, 02:58 PM   #8368
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Just curious...what kind of frames do you guys use for your movie posters?

For my 24"x36" movie posters I'm using frames I bought from Michael's. They are Studio Décor Black Studio Home frames. They are very solid MDF construction and have nice clean simple look to them. Also they are glass which is nice.

Here is a link in case anyone is interested in seeing exactly which ones they are.
http://canada.michaels.com/on/demand...cgid=850266575

Now here's a question I have, I am looking into getting three or four 27"x40" movie posters and am wondering what would be a good option for frames for them. I could go the custom framing route but it would cost me a fair bit. My other option is to just not get those particular posters I want and get smaller 24"x36" posters for different movies instead. Not quite sure what I want to do yet.

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Old 01-21-2018, 10:44 AM   #8369
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Just curious...what kind of frames do you guys use for your movie posters?
I use cheapo ones from Walmart. They’re definitely cheaply made but they look decent on the wall. I had 3 I wanted to do so I wanted something inexspensive. They are $20 each.
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Old 01-26-2018, 03:53 AM   #8370
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Just curious...what kind of frames do you guys use for your movie posters?

For my 24"x36" movie posters I'm using frames I bought from Michael's. They are Studio Décor Black Studio Home frames. They are very solid MDF construction and have nice clean simple look to them. Also they are glass which is nice.

Here is a link in case anyone is interested in seeing exactly which ones they are.
http://canada.michaels.com/on/demand...cgid=850266575

Now here's a question I have, I am looking into getting three or four 27"x40" movie posters and am wondering what would be a good option for frames for them. I could go the custom framing route but it would cost me a fair bit. My other option is to just not get those particular posters I want and get smaller 24"x36" posters for different movies instead. Not quite sure what I want to do yet.
I've tried finding 27x40 at Michaels but they all seem to have cheap plastic fronts instead of glass. I was hoping to avoid having to go the custom route since they're a common enough size but I refuse to mess with plastic fronts. I think the cost of custom framing ends up being worth it in the long run, I have plenty of custom ones and they all look fantastic and I'm glad I went with them instead of getting different posters or cheaper framing options. Go with the posters you really want and frame them right, I think you'll find it's worth it in the long run.
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Old 01-26-2018, 05:11 AM   #8371
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Glass is generally one of the more expensive parts of the frame so you probably won't find any around the $20 price range. If the poster isn't of significant value you can get away with the cheaper frames at Michael's or Aaron Brothers Framing (remember they often have coupons in the Sunday paper ads), but the cardboard backing can cause yellowing years down the road as cardboard is acidic. Talk to custom framers and at least get a price quote using standard glass, UV glass, even UV plexiglass which is lighter but offers up good clarity and protection too.
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Old 01-29-2018, 02:53 AM   #8372
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I've tried finding 27x40 at Michaels but they all seem to have cheap plastic fronts instead of glass. I was hoping to avoid having to go the custom route since they're a common enough size but I refuse to mess with plastic fronts. I think the cost of custom framing ends up being worth it in the long run, I have plenty of custom ones and they all look fantastic and I'm glad I went with them instead of getting different posters or cheaper framing options. Go with the posters you really want and frame them right, I think you'll find it's worth it in the long run.
Yeah the 27x40 cheapo plastic frames seem to be fairly crappy. I just ordered 27x40 posters of GoodFellas and The Departed from allposters.ca and I'm contemplating what to do for framing. These are reprints of a couple of my all-time fav movies so I will definitely consider getting them custom framed if I have to. I'm being very picky with which movies I get large posters of as I want my absolute FAVOURITE movies as far as my big posters go. Frames with plastic fronts do seem to have more reflection as well and the higher quality MDF frames with glass fronts from Michaels make a poster look very classy.
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Old 01-29-2018, 06:10 AM   #8373
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Yeah the 27x40 cheapo plastic frames seem to be fairly crappy. I just ordered 27x40 posters of GoodFellas and The Departed from allposters.ca and I'm contemplating what to do for framing. These are reprints of a couple of my all-time fav movies so I will definitely consider getting them custom framed if I have to. I'm being very picky with which movies I get large posters of as I want my absolute FAVOURITE movies as far as my big posters go. Frames with plastic fronts do seem to have more reflection as well and the higher quality MDF frames with glass fronts from Michaels make a poster look very classy.
Just my opinion of course but I can't see the justification of paying to have a reprint custom framed. Its going to cost you $125+ for a custom frame for a poster that has no value. I am sure you can find a nice quality frame that is much cheaper since its not an original that you are framing. Check with Aaron Brothers Framing if you have that retailer in your area. Reprints that are officially licensed are generally 24x36 inches, so what you are buying is more than likely stuff that AllPosters is just having printed themselves, I'd be surprised if they were authorized legit reprints, so many of the things sites like that offer isn't.
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Old 01-30-2018, 07:48 PM   #8374
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I have hundreds of authentic, double-sided movie posters from the mid-90's to early 2000's that I got while working for a theater chain. Anyone know the best place to sell posters? I have looked on eBay but won't get nearly what they are worth based on other auction sites I have seen.
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I have hundreds of authentic, double-sided movie posters from the mid-90's to early 2000's that I got while working for a theater chain. Anyone know the best place to sell posters? I have looked on eBay but won't get nearly what they are worth based on other auction sites I have seen.
eBay or Amazon seem to be the place or you can create a website but you will want to be as detailed as you can be with regards to the poster title, which version (Advance, Final, etc), if they are double or single sided (if you have any single sided originals), and condition which is extremely important. The problem is with so many reprints and knock offs out there it can be hard for customers to reach you since collectors will need to find you. You may have some great posters in your collection, but just be as detailed as possible, condition is key, as well as proper packaging if you start selling them as individual posters to collectors, always anticipate the abuse carriers dish out when it comes to packages. Use strong tubes and protect the ends so the poster does not shift during transit to protect the edges of the poster. I am sure some people here will be interested and will reach out so if you don't have an inventory list that will help.
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Old 01-31-2018, 07:08 AM   #8376
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Just my opinion of course but I can't see the justification of paying to have a reprint custom framed. Its going to cost you $125+ for a custom frame for a poster that has no value. I am sure you can find a nice quality frame that is much cheaper since its not an original that you are framing. Check with Aaron Brothers Framing if you have that retailer in your area. Reprints that are officially licensed are generally 24x36 inches, so what you are buying is more than likely stuff that AllPosters is just having printed themselves, I'd be surprised if they were authorized legit reprints, so many of the things sites like that offer isn't.
Well I'm hoping the two 27x40 posters I have ordered from them turn out to be off nice quality, I've order 24x36 posters for Terminator, Terminator 2, Jaws and Gladiator from them before and they are really nice. If my 27x40's for GoodFellas and The Departed are of that same quality I'll be happy.
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Well I'm hoping the two 27x40 posters I have ordered from them turn out to be off nice quality, I've order 24x36 posters for Terminator, Terminator 2, Jaws and Gladiator from them before and they are really nice. If my 27x40's for GoodFellas and The Departed are of that same quality I'll be happy.
If you are happy with your purchase from them, then that is all that matters. :-)
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Old 01-31-2018, 09:11 PM   #8378
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I have hundreds of authentic, double-sided movie posters from the mid-90's to early 2000's that I got while working for a theater chain. Anyone know the best place to sell posters? I have looked on eBay but won't get nearly what they are worth based on other auction sites I have seen.
You may want to contact Bruce over at emovieposter.com . They auction a ton of movie paper. according to http://www.emovieposter.com/learnmore/?page=consign they pretty much do all the work, all you have to do is send them your stuff.
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Old 01-31-2018, 10:39 PM   #8379
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You may want to contact Bruce over at emovieposter.com . They auction a ton of movie paper. according to http://www.emovieposter.com/learnmore/?page=consign they pretty much do all the work, all you have to do is send them your stuff.
That is a good option as well, there are a good auction site that specialize in posters, etc. They will probably want to know what you have so an inventory would be good to have, something I am WAY behind in completing myself.
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I need a frame to place my DS 27x40 posters of:

Blade Runner Final Cut
Starship Troopers Teaser Poster
Dredd
Tron: Legacy

Any recommendations to which type of frame I should get? Considering it's a double sided I want to be sure the poster doesn't get damaged.

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