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Star Wars, 1977

British Quad Poster, backed on linen
Artwork size: 76 x 102 cm ( 30 x 40 in)
Excellent Backed on linen. Prior to backing this poster had three horizontal and three vertical machine folds as issued. Backing and spots of light retouching to crossfolds have smoothed and diminished the fold lines. Image and colours excellent.

Printed in England by W. E. Berry Ltd, Bradford. A rare British quad for the first installment of George Lucas' original, genre-defining, sci-fi trilogy. When the studio realised how successful the first film was going to be, they commissioned Tom Chantrell to create this bold, action packed design for the British campaign. Considered the best poster artwork created for the 1977 film. Chantrell's design has become synonymous with the franchise, also featuring on the Style C US One Sheet. This is the rare pre-Oscar version that is most eagerly sought after by collectors. Other examples of the pre-Oscars quad have previously fetched over £5000 at auction.



About The Artist - Tom Chantrell




Condition


Excellent Backed on linen. Prior to backing this poster had three horizontal and three vertical machine folds as issued. Backing and spots of light retouching to crossfolds have smoothed and diminished the fold lines. Image and colours excellent.


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