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August 23, 2013


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The majority are from my own collection. Tony Rivers on the Classic Horror Film Board has been kind enough to share pressbook scans from his collection, and Professor Kinema, who started me on the road to becoming an avid fan of lobbies and pressbooks, provided some great cards intially, as well as pressbooks. I loved them so much I acquired copies for my archive and have been unable to stop. The Mexican lobbies are relatively cheap and the bulk of horror pressbooks are not too expensive, either. I spend more money on preservation materials to protect and store them properly. The Sentinel poster is a good one, and sounds like you'll be adding to your collection, too. I've got a lot more to share, so stay tuned...especially for October.


Are the pressbooks, lobby cards, etc. that you display here part of your own personal collection? If so, I'm pretty jealous. My father got me some lobby cards from Motel Hell and House Of Exorcism last Christmas, as well as original one-sheets of Amityville 3D and (supercool) The Sentinel. These are some of my most prized possessions now. lol

I appreciate the opportunity you provide to check out more of these kinds of collectibles.

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