ONLINE AUCTION FROM 4 – 9 December 2015 at In an exciting new addition to the online auctions held at 25 Blythe Road, poster expert Bruce Marchant is bringing a collection of over 300 lots of Box Office hit posters spanning 90 years, in the price range of £100 – £2,000.

Cat on a Hot Tin RoofAmong the highlights are classics from the 1950s – such as Kiss Me Deadly, The Wrong Man, 12 Angry Men, Love Me Tender, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. The 1960s film era includes The Birds and Psycho, Paris When It Sizzles, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and My Fair Lady. Also Dr Strangelove, Modesty Blaise, The Thomas Crown Affair, Yellow Submarine, The Jungle Book, and Don’t Look Back. From the ‘70s; A Clockwork Orange, Le Mans, Chinatown, Rocky and Rocky II, Dirty Harry are among the well-known films represented, and the ‘80s include The Breakfast Club, The Blues Brothers, Back to the Future, Wall Street, Cinema Paradiso, Untouchables, and St Elmo’s Fire. The ‘90s – Fargo, Forrest Gump and Pulp Fiction are among the selection. And Quantum of Solace, Die Another Day, Casino Royale are among the popular films from the 2000s.

The auction will be viewable online from the 20th November at The public exhibition at 25 Blythe Road will open from the 6th – 9th December, and bidding will open on the 4th December until 9th December, when it will close at midday.
Bruce Marchant has over thirty years’ experience in this fast-growth field and has selected 25 Blythe Road as a selling destination because of its specialised focus and reputation for selling quality lots at all levels. Like the other sales held there he has curated his auction as affordable for the first time buyer with select pieces for experienced collectors with deep pockets.

The auctions also include Photographs, British & Continental Pictures, Islamic and Indian Works of Art, and Decorative Works of Art including Silver, Ceramics, Jewellery and Objects of Vertu. Also Antique Arms, Armour & Militaria, and Maritime and Scientific Models, Instruments and Works of Art. Each auction is preceded by viewing days at the 25 Blythe Road Gallery.