Senior HTF Member
- Dec 20, 1999
- Real Name
- Peter Apruzzese
I believe they’re probably 3 27 x 41s.Theatrical three sheets are normally in two pieces and the best way to frame them is to get them conservation mounted onto linen and then framed. I'm assuming these 3-sheet reprints are in one piece.
I’m looking at my three and imagining them assembled as one. Wow! What a sight that poster will be. The King in all his glory.I believe they’re probably 3 27 x 41s.
Linen backing is nice, but will normally cost more than these 3-sheets.
Which ones did you get?Wonderful, heavy paper, and three parts for 3-sheets. I just mounted two 1-sheets earlier today, and I'm thrilled with them.
First, these are not original posters. Basically another artist using the lithographic process has recreated the posters. There is an “S2” embossed on the posters and they are hand numbered. They are beautiful.Johnny, is there anywhere on the poster that states that it is not an original but a reproduction?
I say that when I had copies of the great monster movies (actually only two)...CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON and FORBIDDEN PLANET and it stated on the back...THEY WERE REPRODUCTIONS.
I couldn't afford the real copies...then and now!
yes. UV plexiglass. I had no choice since the museum glass I use on my other posters and pictures did not come that large. Actually, I wouldn't have used the museum glass anyway due to the weight you mentioned. Thanks.I hope the framer is using plexiglass, glass would make it so heavy and it collects heat.
I forgot to ask, is the poster delivered as 3 separate sheets?yes. UV plexiglass. I had no choice since the museum glass I use on my other posters and pictures did not come that large. Actually, I wouldn't have used the museum glass anyway due to the weight you mentioned. Thanks.
How’d it turn out? Did you decide to buy any?Are they shipping these internationally, as I am in Australia?