Please forgive a newbie for not knowing the right lingo.
I've got a 3'x8'(ish) horizontal banner of the 1989 movie "Glory" (Matthew Broderick, Cary Elwes, Denzel Washington, Morgan Freeman) with a big battle scene and the stars' names along the top. It is on material that feels like canvas or some kind of fabric. Sorry, it is in storage and I won't be able to get to it for proper measurement and photo for a couple of days - but I'm guessing that some of you here know precisely what I've got.
It came directly from a theater after opening night, is in pristine condition, and is currently rolled in a tube.
I'm hoping that someone can give me a sense for what it is worth and give me an idea about how it should best be stored/framed/mounted or whatever in order to preserve its value?