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    The Liquidator by Bob Peak (MGM, 1965). Fine+. Signed Original Mixed Media Poster Artwork on Illustration Board (22" X 28").
    An early piece created and signed by one of the best and most prolific poster artists in the 1960s through the 1980s, Bob Peak, this fun artwork can be found on the American paper for Rod Taylor's 1965 spy flick. The piece is a collage comprised of mixed media and photographs making its first presentation at Heritage, and it has such indications of use as some edge wear, pinholes, and a few paper lifts. Also apparent are smudges and staining. There is a small piece of paper tape on the front at the lower edge and a few strips of paper tape at the top edge of the verso with some paper remnants. The lower right corner has a small cut and a chip, however this may be due to the production process.

    Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000.

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