Lot 528 (Music & Film Memorabilia, 20th March 2020)
Sold for £3,900
James Bond, Dr No, 1962 UK quad film poster, the iconic first James Bond film starring Sean Connery, illustrated by Mitchell Hooks, 76 x 101cm (folded)
Several tape marks to outer edges with folds and wear, auctual image of poster shows fold marks. (see images.)
Poster has been stored folded for some time, so the folds are quite deep.
Image is not too faded.
Two very small holes to fold marks; one just below the R od Dr, and the other at waistline of woman 2nd right.
Appears that the black print has rubbed to the white backing of credits.
Print has not been backed.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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