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Sell or Auction Your 1939 Wizard of Oz One Sheet Style D Movie Poster for up to About $65,000 or More at Nate D. Sanders Auctions

FREE VALUATION. To buy, auction, sell or consign your 1939 Wizard of Oz one sheet style D movie poster that is for sale, please email your description and photos to Nate@NateDSanders.com of Nate D. Sanders Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders.com).

Sell Your 1939 Wizard of Oz One Sheet Style D Movie Poster

The Wizard of Oz, considered one of the greatest films of all time, was released in 1939 and stars Judy Garland, Bert Lahr, Ray Bolger and Jack Haley. The film was nominated for six Academy Awards and won two for Best Original Song and Best Original Score. Based on the number of times The Wizard of Oz was played on television between the 1950s and 1970s, the Library of Congress stated it was seen by more viewers than any other film.

Below is a recent realized price for a Wizard of Oz one sheet style D movie poster. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to this amount or more for you:

1939 Wizard of Oz One Sheet Style D Movie Poster. Sold for About $65,000.

Consign your 1939 Wizard of Oz one sheet style D movie poster at Nate D. Sanders Auctions. Send a description and images of your 1939 Wizard of Oz one sheet style D movie poster to us at Nate@NateDSanders.com.

Nate D. Sanders Auctions has sold the following entertainment memorabilia:

”On the Town” Oscar Statue for Best Scoring of a Musical Picture — Popular Musical Starring Gene Kelly & Frank Sinatra

Academy First Award to Lennie Hayton for his score of the hit musical ”On the Town,” produced by MGM in 1949. The film starred Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly as sailors, and Ann Miller and Betty Garrett as their love interests. The number 517 and the copyright symbol are engraved into the film reel surface behind Oscar’s heels; the 1949 awards were the first year that the statues were numbered, starting with 501. The plaque across the front reads ”Academy First Award / To / Lennie Hayton / For The Scoring of the Musical Picture / ‘On The Town”’. The plaque on the reverse reads: ”Academy of / Motion Picture / Arts And Sciences / 1949”. The Dodge Manufacturing plaque near the bottom edge reads ”Manufactured under world rights granted / by Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences / To Dodge Inc. Trophies – Los Angeles California”. An LOA from Lena Horne’s daughter is also included in the lot (Lena Horne was married to Lennie Hayton). Gold-plated brittanium statue posing on a film reel stands 10.25” tall, 13.25” with base, made of spun brass measuring 5.25” in diameter. Statue weighs 6 lbs. 1.75 oz. The felt backing is present but has separated completely, and there are some very minimal flecks to the finish, else near fine. The gold lacquer finish remains brilliant. Sold for $128,540.

1939 Wizard of Oz one sheet style D movie poster
”On the Town” Oscar Statue for Best Scoring of a Musical Picture. Click to enlarge.

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Judy Garland Owned Orchestral Arrangements, Housed in Her Trunk Stamped ”JUDY GARLAND” — Hundreds of Arrangements Including ”Over the Rainbow” Used in ”The Judy Garland Show” & Other Acts

Hundreds of orchestral arrangements owned by Judy Garland, including her classics such as ”Over the Rainbow”, ”Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”, ”Judy at the Palace”, ”I’m Always Chasing Rainbows” and more. Arrangements were primarily used by Garland for ”The Judy Garland Show” in 1963-64, and also for other performances such as Judy’s show at the Palace, where the trunk containing the documents was left. Large black trunk is stamped ”JUDY GARLAND” on the outside, left by Garland at the Plaza Hotel in the late 1960s, and then subsequently given to Costas Omero, the director and producer of the Plaza show ”Look Me Up”. Interestingly, the history of the trunk is alluded to in the 2019 film ”Judy”, when an employee of a hotel, ostensibly the Plaza, informs Garland that they are putting her items in storage as a result of non-payment. Arrangements for the nearly 50 songs are housed in folders stamped with various notes, most indicating they were used in her CBS show. The folder containing the arrangements for ”Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”, for example, is stamped in green ”Judy Garland Show 15”, which was the Christmas Special airing on 6 December 1963. Many of the individual arrangements are also similarly stamped, and some of the ones for ”Over the Rainbow” are stamped in black ”Judy Garland”. Although most of the arrangements are for individual instruments, some are for the entire orchestra. Some expected wear to trunk, but overall in very good condition. Complete list of songs is included. With LOA from Costas Omero’s daughter. Sold for $30,559.

1939 Wizard of Oz One Sheet Style D Movie Poster
Judy Garland Owned Orchestral Arrangements. Click to enlarge.
LOA for Judy Garland Owned Orchestral Arrangements. Click to enlarge.

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Ultra-Rare Original 1946 Gilda Movie Poster Featuring Rita Hayworth in Her Landmark Role

Original Columbia Pictures 1946 Gilda movie poster starring Rita Hayworth in her best-known performance as Hollywood’s ultimate femme fatale. Directed by Charles Vidor, “Gilda” was released just after the end of WWII and was lauded for its mixture of genres and rather modern approach to character interaction. The poster features the iconic Hayworth in a debonair pose holding a cigarette with a headline reading in part: “There NEVER was a woman like Gilda! / Columbia Pictures presents / Rita Hayworth as Gilda with Glenn Ford…” Poster by Morgan Litho Co. measures 27″ x 41″ and has folds throughout, with a long vertical scratch and small tear down the front of her dress, reinforced with a piece of brown tape on the back of poster. Some light tan stains and pinholes on and near the borders. Very good condition overall with still vibrant colors. Very scarce. Sold for $25,000.

1939 Wizard of Oz One Sheet Style D Movie Poster
Ultra-Rare Original 1946 Gilda Poster Featuring Rita Hayworth in Her Landmark Role. Click to enlarge.

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Ray Bolger’s Tony Award — From the 3rd Year of the Awards for the 1948 Production of ”Where’s Charley?” for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical

Tony award won by the beloved actor and music man, Ray Bolger for his 1948 Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical for ”Where’s Charley?”. Famous for his portrayal of the Scarecrow in ”The Wizard of Oz”, Bolger was also an accomplished theatre performer, especially well-known for the song ”Once In Love With Amy”, which he sang in this production of ”Where’s Charley?”. This very early Tony award is from the 3rd annual event, held on 24 April 1949, when the design of the Tony award medallion was first introduced, showing the comedy and tragedy masks on the front, and a profile portrait of Antoinette Perry in relief on the reverse. Sterling silver medallion reads, ”The American Theatre Wing Presents to Ray Bolger This Award for His Performance in Where’s Charley 1948-49”. Measures 3” in diameter, with STERLING mark on rim. Housed in its custom box measuring 6.25” square. Some tarnishing, else near fine. With an LOA from Ray Bolger’s niece. Sold for $19,490.

1939 Wizard of Oz One Sheet Style D Movie Poster
Ray Bolger’s Tony Award — From the 3rd Year of the Awards for the 1948 Production of ”Where’s Charley?”. Click to enlarge.
Ray Bolger memorabilia
LOA for Ray Bolger’s Tony Award. Click to enlarge.

FREE VALUATION. To buy, auction, sell or consign your 1939 Wizard of Oz one sheet style D movie poster that is for sale, please email your description and photos to Nate@NateDSanders.com of Nate D. Sanders Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders.com). Top dollar obtained for your 1939 Wizard of Oz one sheet style D movie poster.

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