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me, yesterday. Half sheet, style B. Never seen it before.
Picked up this 1913 UK 3 Sheet yesterday, loved the artwork!
Ummm Ves, you don't collect one sheets. Long DB's is your gig...leave the one sheets to me.
Agree Ves, the new house has a huge amount of wall space and I've started installing a gallery track/wire drop system (https://artiteq.ecwid.com/Click-Rail-c13181314) to allow quick/easy rearrangements without damaging the newly painted walls, so I'm sure I'll end up moving him around quite a bit until 'King Baggot' finds his permanent 'post'.I also think framing will be a tad daunting, not just the cost , but the frame itself. I'm actually leaning towards a white moulding? Would certainly allow the St George's cross to remain the focal point. As a bit of triva, I read today that King Baggot was labeled at the time "the most photographed man in the world" and "the man who's face is as familiar as the man in the moon!". Also classed as the nations first movie star and first actor to ever have his name appear above the title on a films credits.
You Can't See Round Corners Australian One SheetWhim purchase, and its really quite loverly. Another one crossed of the aussie cinema list!
Lawd knows when I acquired it, but I found it last night when I was looking for An Affair To Remember.Couldn't think where else to put it.