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  • Re: Viva Las Vegas Poster

    Hondo/Lawrence got confused and asked to see a piece of the military 1 sheet I posted for comparison.

    That last one is a fairly common design that came in a number of different poster types.  We would need to know the dimensions.  The poster design was available as 
    1 sheet (27x41).  My guess from the color of Elvis' jacketand other details would have been the 1 sheet black credit style.

    Problem is the 1 sheet is 27x41" and your photo shows eyeglasses and an 8.5x11 binder.  This is too small and does not match other sizes.  I would need dimensions to rule out a trimmed window card, but this is most likely a commercial reprint, which would be of limited value to colectors.  It also appears to be laminated and that would destroy much of the remaining value.

    Sorry to be so direct, but I wouldn't want to lead you on.

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