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A Hard Days Night, Bonnie and Clyde, To Sir, With Love

RyanRyan Member Posts: 2 ✭ Mexican Lobby Carder
Hi there,
I have the following large posters:
A Hard Days Night, 1964, 60X40, Last line: Made in the USA, Property of National Screen Service Corps. Licensed for Display Only in Connection with the Exhibition of this picture at your theater. Please pack and return immediately after the close of the current weeks show - A Hard Days Night 64-261 Bonnie and Clyde, 1967, 60X40, Last line: Copyright 1967 Warner Bros. Seven Arts, Printed in the USA, Licensed for Display Only in Connection with the Exhibition of this picture at your theater. Please pack and return immediately after the close of the current weeks show – Bonnie and Clyde 67/293 To Sir with Love, 1967, 60X40, Last line: Copyright 1967 by Columbia Pictures Corporation. All rights reserved. Printed in the USA, USA Property of National Screen Service Corps. Licensed for Display Only in Connection with the Exhibition of this picture at your theater. Please pack and return immediately after the close of the current weeks show. (To Sir, With Love) 67/51X (illegible)*

All three are in fair condition (no folds, tattered edges). I was wondering what the ballpark value for these might be. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Ryan 

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