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Sorry, I made a mistake in my last post. What I ment to say is that I own a reproduction of the first of the two From Russia With Love posters DG has in his collection.

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PPK 7.65mm wrote:

Sorry, I made a mistake in my last post. What I ment to say is that I own a reproduction of the first of the two From Russia With Love posters DG has in his collection.

While I prefer original one sheets to reproductions, some collectors would rather spend big amounts on other areas of the Bond collecting scene, such as first editions, die cast, props,  etc.  So reproductions, or re-prints offer the great artwork from the heyday of Bondmania for very little money.  No resale value in reproductions.  Reprints do have value, because they were generally made for the later re-release of a movie.  But for many Bondphiles, it's about the artwork not the value, so it's an inexpensive way to enjoy the great art of Bond.

DG

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Well said DG, also I am on a tight budget with my collecting and reprints are the way to go for me as they are in my price range.

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http://s16.postimage.org/5o9lts6nl/DSC00714.jpg

http://s18.postimage.org/5n7h5q4sl/DSC00715.jpg

was moving some poster tubes I thought were empty and actually found a few posters I had forgotten about. Probably the most interesting is this US forces issue FRWL , I have included the stamp from the back

It must be quite some years ago I bought this and any story associated has been forgoten!

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Jumping ahead from previous posts slightly....
The year is 1999, Pierce Brosnan has now settled in nicely to the role of 007 in his third & some might say best outing as Mr Bond in The World is Not Enough. This rarely seen stunning image was created not for the cinematic release but for the home video release of the movie incorporating images from the US one sheet & a publicity photo of Pierce holding up his now iconic supppressed PAK Walther P99. Its dimensions are roughly 5ft x 3ft. Although TWINE was clearly an iconic movie it was regrettably the last appearance of Desmond Llewelyn in the role of Q before his untimely death in a road accident.... "Always have an escape plan" still brings a lump to my throat!
http://s10.postimage.org/eqxmhla1h/KGr_Hq_RHJD_E7_Bcvhr_RMBO3_GD_f_SB_60_3.jpg

Last edited by ppw3o6r (3rd Aug 2012 11:37)

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Hey,

I've already posted these in my own topic, but after conversing with mods, I will post here from now on  ajb007/biggrin

I've been pretty busy with university since last March.
Now finished, it's good to be back in the swing of all things Bondian.

Anyway, here's a selection of a few posters I've added to the website:

The Man With The Golden Gun:

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/895.jpg
UK Crown
Guiness Advertising Tie-in

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/899.jpg
UK 16.5x23.5"
Du Pont Promo

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/898.jpg
UK 16.5x23.5"
Du Pont Promo Giveaway

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/897.jpg
UK 23x33"
Du Pont Advertising Tie-in

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/894.jpg
UK One Sheet
Premium Bonds Advertising Tie-in

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/896.jpg
US 16.5x23.5"
Soundtrack Advertising Tie-in


The Spy Who Loved Me:

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/893.jpg
German A1
Advance

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/884.jpg
German A1
Seiko (Moore Portrait) Style 1

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/885.jpg
German A1
Seiko (Moore Portrait) Style 2

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/886.jpg
German A1
Seiko (Moore Portrait) Style 3

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/887.jpg
German A1
Seiko (Moore Portrait) Style 4

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/888.jpg
German A1
Seiko Style 1

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/889.jpg
German A1
Seiko Style 2

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/890.jpg
German A1
Seiko Style 3

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/891.jpg
German A1
Seiko Style 4


Octopussy:

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/900.jpg
Japanese B1
Foil Teaser


Hope everyone is doing well and looking forward to Skyfall.

Best,
Adam

Best wishes,
Adam
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bondposters.com wrote:

http://www.bondposters.com/sohoadmin/plugins/viastepphotogallery/images/premium/content/898.jpg
UK 16.5x23.5"
Du Pont Promo Giveaway

I just realize how Moore looked like Brosnan in the same age  ajb007/martini

162435

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Bondtoys wrote:

I just realize how Moore looked like Brosnan in the same age  ajb007/martini

And here Roger Moore is so small (note: the watch is behind him and in front of the lady) he could be mistaken for Daniel Craig  ajb007/biggrin

http://i555.photobucket.com/albums/jj472/alfatrooper/JamesBondSeiko.jpg

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... not to forget that it's my pic from my display  ajb007/shifty

162435

President of the 'Misty Eyes Fan Club'.
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I just googled for Seiko For Your Eyes Only. I have not taken it from your website.

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Well, it's certainly not my fault, that someone simply lifted my image and is ranked now by google  ajb007/mad

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Rainier Wolfcastle wrote:
Bondtoys wrote:

I just realize how Moore looked like Brosnan in the same age  ajb007/martini

And here Roger Moore is so small (note: the watch is behind him and in front of the lady) he could be mistaken for Daniel Craig  ajb007/biggrin

http://i555.photobucket.com/albums/jj472/alfatrooper/JamesBondSeiko.jpg

The watermark on the above image, I think, says "BOND LIFESTYLE", so if you have provided them the image and given them permission to use it then there is no problem here. However, if you did not provide them the image and can prove beyond all reasonable doubt that this is your display and image, then there is a problem.

But are you sure it is your display?
The image on your website is different.

Best wishes,
Adam
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bondposters.com wrote:
Rainier Wolfcastle wrote:
Bondtoys wrote:

I just realize how Moore looked like Brosnan in the same age  ajb007/martini

And here Roger Moore is so small (note: the watch is behind him and in front of the lady) he could be mistaken for Daniel Craig  ajb007/biggrin

http://i555.photobucket.com/albums/jj472/alfatrooper/JamesBondSeiko.jpg




The watermark on the above image, I think, says "BOND LIFESTYLE", so if you have provided them the image and given them permission to use it then there is no problem here. However, if you did not provide them the image and can prove beyond all reasonable doubt that this is your display and image, then there is a problem.

But are you sure it is your display?
The image on your website is different.

Well, I am not sure, if you decide what "no problem" is or not  ajb007/biggrin  I'd say you don't  ajb007/biggrin

JBL had my permission to use that pic and it has been lifted from their webpage.
But I am still the owner of the copyright and I am sure that it's my display and my image   ajb007/mad

162435

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Voituer wrote:

http://s8.postimage.org/w12ebdq75/DSCF1381.jpg

Happy to help with any small amount of knowledge I have but I need some expertise here. I have always been led to beleive that this poster was a rush job due to a shortage of cinema release posters. Apologies its a UK quad. Anyway I never really believed it and think maybe it was printed for Ireland due to censorship of female images. Anyone got any better idea?

I have heard the same about shortage of posters - although if there was a shortage, just print more from the same existing blocks than undergo a redesign (of sorts).

I doubt it would have been done for the Irish market as the Russia quads (and Dr No and Thunderball quads) I have seen have had 'clothes' painted in to cover the nudity.

Other than that, I am no help at all.

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Wow! Texas 007 those are fantastic!!

This is where we leave you Mr. Bond. (Pilot, Apollo Airlines)

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Which one you like?
Too bad you missed out on this one I just did.
http://www.ajb007.co.uk/topic/38306/rar … rk-prints/
ajb007/martini  ajb007/martini  ajb007/martini

Polar Bear 0007 wrote:

Wow! Texas 007 those are fantastic!!

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ppw3o6r wrote:

Latest poster aquisition:
http://s1.postimage.org/1ox32ekas/DSC00628.jpg

This is an ultra rare pair of British double crowns displayed as a door panel for 1971's Diamonds are Forever. If you've ever seen another original pair you are probably looking at the front advertising panels of a British Routemaster bus 40 years ago or are standing in the poster section of the EON Archive?

"I got a brother"

I also got these ..... Rolled never folded

"Small world"

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dmcs wrote:
ppw3o6r wrote:

Latest poster aquisition:
http://s1.postimage.org/1ox32ekas/DSC00628.jpg

This is an ultra rare pair of British double crowns displayed as a door panel for 1971's Diamonds are Forever. If you've ever seen another original pair you are probably looking at the front advertising panels of a British Routemaster bus 40 years ago or are standing in the poster section of the EON Archive?

"I got a brother"

I also got these ..... Rolled never folded

"Small world"

I have these and also a third  which has no image so they probably were displayed in threes with the image one in the middle

Has anyone got the OHMSS one which looks like s photocopy? - must dig it out one day to get a shot.

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I have been raiding the loft  ajb007/biggrin
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1511.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1510.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1509.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1507.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1506.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1505.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1502.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1531.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1530.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1529.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1522.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1520.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1512.jpg

Last edited by danjaq_0ff (3rd Nov 2012 20:30)

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Hot shitt!!

I love the first TLD poster with the Aston on it, poster artwork like these put the skyfall ones to shame IMO.

Nice stuff mate,

MG ajb007/martini

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Cheers Mate  ajb007/bond  I didn't relise I had so many posters, I m still sorting through them  ajb007/amazed

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Nice posters especially the RM era ones unrolled - HTF  ajb007/smile

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Voituer wrote:

Nice posters especially the RM era ones unrolled - HTF  ajb007/smile


Cheers Nick, they were rolled very loosely in a large diameter tube for the last 17 years or so  ajb007/biggrin 

i do have a few folded one sheets and two quads, shame they live in the loft  ajb007/crap
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1330.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1329.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1325.jpg

this one I had on my wall as a kid  ajb007/smile
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1337.jpg
http://i1063.photobucket.com/albums/t513/danjaq_0ff/IMG_1336.jpg

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That's some loft you have my friend  ajb007/martini

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Cheers Mate  ajb007/smile  but the loft is really the wrong place for these  ajb007/biggrin