Not your ordinary posters
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - March 13, 2012 (WPVI) -- It's a treasure trove of movie posters.
Rare posters from the Golden Age of Hollywood could bring a-quarter of a million dollars at auction next month.
The posters had been stuck together with wallpaper glue when they were found in a Pennsylvania attic.
The posters were purchased for 30-grand, by a buyer who doesn't what to be named.
The posters were separated and touched up by a restoration house.
Grey Smith of Heritage Auctions says the collection includes original posters from the films "The Public Enemy," ''The Front Page" and "Little Caesar."
Bidding on a "Dracula" poster will start at $200,000.
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