All Items : Popular Collectibles : Specialty : Bottles : Perfume : Pre 2000 item #1267036 (stock #385ps)
E & M Perez
In original box, this classic perfume by Balenciaga was created in 1947 and is now discontinued. The perfume is unopened, though some has evaporated. The box is near perfect, and the original packing and label is still in the top of the box. It is a one ounce bottle, originally costing hundreds, and now unavailable...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Nostalgia : Fashion : Accessories : Pre 1960 item #1199556 (stock #pn)
Of clear lucite, carved with cherries and leaves, this classic little clutch is studded with 10 rhinestones on the front, with two additional on the clasp. The handle is a linked chain, brass with chrome plating, and the chrome is worn in the center area, but could easily be replaced if desired...
Designed by Jakub Erol, Polish artist and noted poster designer in 1978, this King Kong movie poster is 1/2 of what was a two section very large advertisement for KING KONG. This section measures 26 1/4" by 36 1/4" and is in good condition, never folded, with some minor crimping at edges, but no fading tears, or losses. A great image, this is King King at his fearsome best. The final photo shows the entire poster, but this listing is for the upper half only, as seen in the other photos.
E & M Perez
An original Polish Movie Poster, from the film "In the Heat of the Night" (W Upalna Noc), starring Sidney Poitier, 1976, this image was designed by Marian Stachurski. Measuring 32 1/4' by 23", in good condition, with a tear along the upper right side, extending into the poster about an inch (visible in photo), so is being sold "AS IS". Poster has never been folded, just stored rolled with other posters.
From the 1975 film "Hotel Pacific" (Zaklete Rewiry), and designed by the well known Polish artist Andrzeg Krajewski, this bright, crisp and sleekly designed poster is an example of the exceptionally fine quality of Polish Film Posters of this era. Poster art became recognized as a new art form as major and innovative artists actively participated in designing posters for myriad activities, particularly films...