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Listed below are listed links to merchants who sell lobby cards, movie posters, stills, etc.
There are two types of collectors. One is the person who simply wants decorative posters or lobby cards for an affordable price. This type of collection would best be served by buying reproductions. You will find stores listed below which sell this type of poster.
The other type of collector buys posters that are original releases, and these posters will be many times more expensive than the reproductions and can run into the hundreds, and sometimes thousands of dollars. Note that there are also "re-release" originals, which is a poster that was in theaters when the movie was re-released years later. The re-release posters will be more affordable than the first release, but can also be quite expensive. You will find links to merchants who sell these types of posters below.
North Star Over My Shoulder
Posters, Lobby Cards, Stills, Magazines
This book was written by Tyrone Power's friend and his co-pilot on the goodwill trip that he made to eighteen countries in 1948. The entire book is great reading, but, of interest to Ty's fans is one really great chapter in which he talks about that trip. There are numerous interesting incidents that are told, as well as insights into Ty.
Note: You can likely find a copy of this at your local library.
Ebay is always a great auction site to find original posters, lobby cards, movie stills, and other related movie memorabilia. There is a searchable database, and the items offered vary from day to day.
This site features original posters and lobby cards from the 1920's to the present. There is a searchable
database, where you can search by movie title, star, director, or artist. Images of the memorabilia are available.
This German site that offers
movie posters from the 40‘s to the present. The artwork is from the German release of the movie, so the title will be in German. The artwork is usually quite striking. There is a searchable database, where you can search by movie title, star, director, or artist. Images of the memorabilia are available. I have ordered posters for myself at this site and find their posters just as described and their service excellent.
The Poster Palace
This site has original and lobby cards and movie stills. There is a searchable database, where you can search by movie title, star, or director. Images of the memorabilia are available.
Bruce Hershenson's eMoviePoster.com
is a huge seller of original movie posters and lobby cards. Currently, they sell only through Ebay, but this may be changing in 2005. I have ordered posters for myself at this site and find their posters just as described and their service excellent.
offers a nice collection of mini-sized (example: 11" x 17") poster reprints. Note that these are not
originals, so are very affordable. There is a searchable database by star or title.
offers reprints of posters from Tyrone's movies. Also, many of those offered are mini-sized (example: 11" x 17"). These are very affordable, but note that these are not original posters. They are reprints. There is a searchable database by star or title.
offers reproductions of posters. Some are mini-sized, while others are full posters. These are not original posters, as original posters would be much more expensive.
Greetings from Hollywood
This site offers a variety of Hollywood memorabilia, including magazines, CD's, sheet music, etc. At a quick glance, it seemed that magazines were the
main Ty-related memorabilia. Their inventory undoubtedly changes, as new items are purchased and in-stock items are sold.
The Nostalgia Factory
I got a tip about this site from my friend, Joanne, at The Tyrone Power Pages. She tells me that he has "tremendous merchandise, does business over the internet and is no fluke as he's been around for years and is very well respected (has appeared on PBS' Antiques Roadshow as well)". Thanks for the tip, Joanne.