Billy the Kid (MGM, 1951). Folded, Fine. First Pos...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionBilly the Kid (MGM, 1951). Folded, Fine. First Post-War Release Italian 4 - Fogli (55" X 78") Ercole Brini Artwork.
A first time offer from Heritage, Italian artist Ercole Brini lends his distinctive style to this Western poster, giving the scene a great sense of movement. Robert Taylor took on the title role in an attempt to move past his pretty boy typecasting and expand his range. The poster displays foxing, toning, pinholes and fold wear. There are several chips in the border as well as tape on the verso to support the folds. There is missing paper in some areas where the two panels join.
Estimate: $600 - $1,200.
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