Of all the Heritage advantages, most meaningful to you is that we bring your collection to the greatest number of qualified movie poster buyers. Heritage has been the premier movie poster auction company since 2001, with over 62,000 Movie Poster bidder-members. Since the beginning of 2007 Heritage has held seven $2mm+ movie poster auctions, and average well over $5 million in movie poster auction sales annually, making Heritage by far the world's leader in Vintage Movie Posters. Heritage spends over $10 million a year on marketing, advertising in many hobby and national publications, constantly increasing our reach into the collectibles markets.
Heritage has broken countless world record prices in the sale of such classic posters as Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, Black Cat, Dracula, Flying Down to Rio, Freaks, Cimarron, Wings and many, many more. Bringing to auction the rarest in vintage movie posters has always been Heritage's goal. Since our first auction in November 2001, we have sold over 175,000 lots in over 500 auctions devoted exclusively to movie posters, totaling well over $50mm, honing our ability to get the most money for your rare posters.
As the world's largest collectibles auctioneer, Heritage brings our diverse collecting expertise, huge client base, technical savvy, marketing prowess and financial power to the table in order to make sure you get the most for your treasures. Heritage has achieved this status through determination, hard work, and by consistently producing results for our clients that met or exceeded their expectations. Throughout the hundreds and hundreds of auctions we have held, our ability to get the job done on time and as promised has never faltered. Heritage Auctions is the largest auction house founded in America, and by far the world's largest auctioneer of collectibles, including coins, currency, comics, comic art, illustration art, pop culture memorabilia (Hollywood and entertainment memorabilia, and celebrity autographs and memorabilia), sportscards and memorabilia, and more.
Heritage Auctions has broken countless price records in popular culture collectibles categories, and holds several Guinness World Records including the highest-grossing Comic Book and Popular Culture auction (over $5.2 million in October 2002 for the Nicolas Cage comic book collection and other properties, recently broken by our $10.3 million July 2012 Comics and Comic Art auction) and the highest price for an action figure ($200,000 for Don Levine's original G.I. Joe prototype in July 2003). We count numerous household-name celebrities and pop culture icons among our regular clients, bidders and consignors.
Our award-winning website is among the most popular and well-trafficked sites in any collectibles field. No other major collectibles live-auction firm gets even one-third as much traffic, or sells even a fraction of the number of auction lots that Heritage sells over the internet, because none make it so easy and inviting for internet buyers to participate. Every Heritage lot is imaged in full color, and can be enlarged with a single click for detailed viewing. Only Heritage provides third-party pricing and rarity data as well as previous auction records in its Web listings — two features that increase bidder confidence, and, thus, prices realized.
Whether you have an extensive collection, or just a few rare specimens from a diversified asset portfolio, we welcome
your inquiry and look forward to helping you receive the most for your collectibles.
From the minute your collection arrives in our world headquarters in Dallas, Texas, Heritage's staff of professionals
start evaluating your collectibles, and developing strategies that will maximize the prices realized at auction. Furthermore,
our trained support staff safeguards your items from one secured location to another as they move through the consignment
process. Learn more about consigning your collection at Heritage
"From Consignment to Settlement", or view our video.
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