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Sell or Auction Your 1939 Stagecoach Six Sheet Movie Poster for up to About $60,000 or More at Nate D. Sanders Auctions

FREE ESTIMATE. To buy, auction, sell or consign your 1939 Stagecoach six sheet movie poster that is for sale, please email your description and photos to [email protected] of Nate D. Sanders Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders.com).

Sell Your 1939 Stagecoach Six Sheet Movie Poster

Stagecoach is a 1939 film directed by John Ford that stars Claire Ford and John Wayne in his breakout role. The film follows a group of several people traveling in the same stagecoach from Arizona to New Mexico. Ford became known for shooting many Westerns in Monument Valley of the Utah and Arizona border and Stagecoach was where it all began. There is now a tourist viewpoint called John Ford’s Point where visitors can have their photo taken overlooking a cliff.

Below is a recent realized price for a 1939 Stagecoach six sheet movie poster. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to this amount or more for you:

1939 Stagecoach Six Sheet Movie Poster. Sold for About $60,000.

Consign your 1939 Stagecoach six sheet movie poster at Nate D. Sanders Auctions. Send a description and images of your 1939 Stagecoach six sheet movie poster to us at [email protected].

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1942 Oscar for “Outstanding Transparency Special Effects” in “Reap the Wild Wind” — Awarded to Farciot Edouart

Farciot Edouart’s 1942 Oscar in the category of “Outstanding Transparency Special Effects” for “Reap the Wild Wind.” A ten-time Oscar winner, Edouart was presented this Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences award on 4 March 1943 at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. He shared the award with Gordon Jennings and William Pereira. The movie, starring Paulette Goddard and John Wayne, is a swashbuckling story of ships traveling around 1840’s Key West. Edouart, who began as a cameraman in 1915, was well-known in the movie industry as an innovator, especially in the area of rear projection. Two engraved plaques are placed on opposite sides of the pedestal. One reads, “Academy First Award / To Farciot Edouart / For Outstanding Transparency Special Effects / In Production Of / ‘Reap the Wild Wind’ / 1942”. The other reads, “Academy First Award / To Farciot Edouart / Assisted by Wallace Kelley / For Outstanding Transparency Photographic Effects / In Production Of / ‘Reap the Wild Wind'”. The figure and film reel, composed of gold-plated britannium and measuring 10.25″ tall, top the pedestal, bringing the total height to 13.25″. The pedestal’s diameter measures 5″ and the award weighs 6 pounds. Moderate rubbing to statuette; moderate chipping of base. Overall in very good condition. Sold for $87,475.

1939 Stagecoach Six Sheet Movie Poster
1942 Oscar for “Outstanding Transparency Special Effects” in “Reap the Wild Wind”. Click to enlarge.

Auction your 1939 Stagecoach six sheet movie poster at Nate D. Sanders Auctions. Send a description and images of your 1939 Stagecoach six sheet movie poster to us at [email protected].

Scarce John Wayne Cowboy Hat Worn in Six Films That Defined The Iconic Actor’s Western Career

Incredibly rare and iconic cowboy hat worn by the legendary John Wayne in six major westerns. Wayne wore the hat in the 1961 film ”The Comancheros”, the 1963 film ”McClintock!”, the 1965 film ”The Sons of Katie Elder”, the 1966 film ”El Dorado”, and the 1969 film ”The Undefeated”. Camel-colored felt cowboy hat has ”John Wayne / ‘Comancheros”’ written in black marker to underneath of front brim, with an additional ”John Wayne” written in black marker to leather sweatband, as well as ”#3” written in green pen to leather. Hat’s brim measures 16” in length and is 5” tall. Inside measures 7” in diameter. Six little holes to brim. With provenance from the Collection of John Wayne, the Collection of Chuck Roberson (the actor’s stunt double), John Hagner’s Hollywood Stuntmen’s Hall of Fame, and Mecum Auctions, Santa Monica, CA, July 26-27, 2013, lot F168. Overall very good. Sold for $37,500.

1939 Stagecoach Six Sheet Movie Poster
Scarce John Wayne Cowboy Hat Worn in Six Films That Defined The Iconic Actor’s Western Career. Click to enlarge.

”Uncivil Warriors” One-Sheet Movie Poster From 1935, Owned by Moe Howard

Very rare one-sheet movie poster for ”Uncivil Warriors”, one of the earliest and most beloved Three Stooges films, released in 1935. One-sheets from the 1930s are exceedingly rare, with this poster all the more special as owned by Moe Howard. Linen-backed poster measures 27” x 41”. Mild restoration at folds. Colors remain bright, with strong visual appeal, in near fine condition. Sold for $37,500.

1939 Stagecoach Six Sheet Movie Poster
”Uncivil Warriors” One-Sheet Movie Poster From 1935, Owned by Moe Howard. Click to enlarge

FREE ESTIMATE. To buy, auction, sell or consign your 1939 Stagecoach six sheet movie poster that is for sale, please email your description and photos to [email protected] of Nate D. Sanders Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders.com). Top dollar obtained for your 1939 Stagecoach six sheet movie poster.

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