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    Talking 1920's to 1940's movie posters/ lobby cards.... Huge Collection!

    Hi guys,

    I recently have come across a large collection of movie posters/ lobby cards. Some of these are almost 100 yrs old. Which is pretty crazy!
    Anyway, I was curious if anyone here collects these? I'm more just looking for advise and suggestions on how to go about selling these. From what I understand some of these are quite collectible.
    I was planning to start listing them online (the bay). Although, I was also thinking possibly going to a site like heritage auctions?
    Anyway, any suggestions would be awesome.
    Below I'll list the lobby cards that I do have, if any one is curious.

    Thanks for your time,

    p.s. feel free to look me up on ebay under the same name. thanks!


    - the rejuvenation of aunt mary X3
    - resurrection
    - return of peter grimm x2
    - rin-tin-tin in a race for life
    - rose marie
    - saturday afternoon
    - the sawdust paradise
    - ramona
    - quality street
    - paradise
    - on trial
    - old loves and new
    - the road to romance
    - old clothes x2
    - not so dumb
    - no man's gold
    - the night watch
    - the night of love x3
    - mysterious lady
    - my best girl x6
    - the million dollar handicap x3
    - the wonder girl
    - midnight kiss x2
    - manhattan madness
    - the making of o'malley x2
    - the magic flame
    - mad hour x2
    - little annie rooney
    - let women alone
    - the legion of the condemned
    - jim the conquerer
    - jesse james
    - jack and the beanstalk x2
    - irene
    - hold'em yale
    - heart trouble
    - Christopher Bean (her sweetheart)
    - the great deception
    - good time charlie
    - the gay defender
    - 42nd street
    - for wives only
    - forgotten faces
    - foreign devils
    - the little shepherd of kingdom come
    - figures don't lie
    - fascinating youth x3
    - the family secret x2
    - the enchanted hill x2
    - the devil's circus
    - the dice woman
    - david harum
    - circus rookies
    - the canyon of adventure x2
    - the Canadian x2
    - campus flirt
    - brown of harvard
    - broadway nights
    - braveheart x3
    - buttons
    - the bugle call x2
    - blue eagle
    - bluebeard's 7 wives
    - the blonde saint x2
    - beverly of graustark x4
    - the beautiful city
    - barbed wire
    - beau sabreur x2
    - beau geste x6
    - the aviator
    - bachelor's paradise
    - annie laurie
    - sunny boy x3
    - wild orchids x2
    - the actress x2
    - she's a sheik x2
    - shore leave x3
    - silence x2
    - something always happens
    - stairs of sand
    - the student prince x3
    - the son of the sheik x2
    - the singing fool
    - someone to love
    - the terror
    - spring marriage
    - 3 women
    - the only way
    - tin gods
    - the tough guy
    - tramp tramp tramp
    - twinkletoes
    - sunset pass
    - under the rogue x2
    - under the tonto rim
    - the unknown soldier
    - warming up
    - the way of all flesh x2
    - while the city sleeps
    - wings x 9
    - womenhandled
    - the winning of barbara worth
    - young april

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    id be very interested in trading, not sure what ur looking for but i have about 16,000 cards in my inventory on here.
    have 5341 different cardinals cards
    Have 31 different Philly Eagles cards
    Have 30 different Detroit Pistons cards

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    sorry for the late reply, I eventually sold them all on ebay.
    Thanks anyway,

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