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DescriptionThe Day of the Triffids (Allied Artists, 1962). One Sheet (27" X 41") Joseph Smith Artwork.
A meteor shower in Earth's atmosphere produces a brilliant light, blinding most of the world's population. The same meteors also bear alien spores that grow into a horrendous plant species,Triffidus Celestus, that walk, move, and eat people - rendered virtually helpless by blinding. Those few that retain their sight, including Howard Keel, battle the alien plants in a last-ditch effort to preserve humanity. This classic one sheet features iconic artwork by Joseph Smith, and has pinholes in the borders, minor corner bumps, and a small nick in the upper left border. There are some unobtrusive smudges, and staining in the upper and lower borders. Folded, Fine/Very Fine.
Estimate: $400 - $800.
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