Original Vintage & Collectible Poster Auctions

The use of posters to advertise, communicate and influence can be dated back to the 18th Century, these once everyday visual items are now considered artwork in their own right and can be highly collectible. The beautiful bright colours, graphics and typography, they couldn’t be more reminiscent of the period in which they were produced, taking us back to a bygone era. Our dedicated vintage poster department is run by Kayleigh Davies who has a wealth of experience and is happy to advise on the sale of travel posters, movie posters, propaganda and political posters, music, theatre and advertising posters. So if you wish to sell vintage posters at auction, look no further than Fieldings Auctioneers. Read more

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The Christmas Sale : Thursday 9 December 2021

Lot 1136

An 18ct white gold multi coloured and white diamond set bracelet comprising three hundred and six…

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Lot 1136

Lot 746

A gentleman's 18ct hallmarked Patek Philippe Calatrava automatic wrist watch with batons and date…

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Lot 746

Lot 1025

A Tiffany & Co platinum diamond solitaire ring, brilliant cut claw set stones, weight 2.12ct,…

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Lot 1025

Lot 1224

An 18ct white gold diamond tennis bracelet comprising forty four brilliant cut claw set stones, total…

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Lot 1224

Lot 756

A lady's 18ct white gold Patek Philippe Gondolo Gemma quartz wrist watch, batons to a cushioned…

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Lot 764

A bottle of Hungarian Tokaji wine, circa 1650-1690, with seal showing crossed swords and indistinct…

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Lot 613

George VI - A cased 1937 impaired proof four gold coin specimen set, five pound to half sovereign.

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Lot 613

Lot 1257

An 18ct diamond solitaire ring, cushioned rectangular old cut claw set stone, weight approximately…

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Lot 614

Edward VII - A cased 1902 gold and silver impaired proof specimen set of thirteen coins.

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Lot 614

Lot 709

A gentleman's stainless steel Omega Speedmaster 861 caliber wrist watch, circa 1978, batons to a…

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The Fieldings vintage poster house record is a 1930s Railway poster titled Royal Scot leaves Euston, Norman Wilkinson R.A (1878 - 1971), printed for L.M.S. by McCorquodale & Co., Ltd, London and Glasgow which sold for £2,100.

Kayleigh's most memorable find is a Star Wars (1978) Japanese B2 film poster, believed to have been used in American Military bases. It is very rare but still has the classic artwork by Tom Jung.

Kayleigh's dream find would be a US one sheet of ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’, because it is her favourite film of all time (along with Pee-Wee’s big Adventure).

A 1930s Railway poster titled Royal Scot leaves Euston, lithograph, published circa 1930, printed for L.M.S. by McCorquodale & Co., Ltd, London and Glasgow, 95cm x 115cm - sold £2,100

Le Mans (1974) British quad film poster – sold £980

A Nightmare on Elm street 1984 British Quad poster – sold £600

Star Wars (1977) British quad film poster, Academy Awards version with artwork by Tom Chantrell sold £580

An early 20th Century pictorial advertising poster for The Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries Ltd, head office park brewery Wolverhampton, published by Grant & Co Ltd Turnmill Street London – sold £2000

Stanley Kubrick's Clockwork Orange (1972) British quad film poster – sold £220

2001 A Space Odyssey - Directed by Stanley Kubrik - 1968 - An original UK quad film poster, printed by Lonsdale & Bartholomew of Nottingham – sold £320

A Star Wars Return of the Jedi (1983) US Advance one sheet film poster – sold £440

A 1930s Railway poster titled Sport on the L.M.S. by Norman Wilkinson R.A - Yachting lithograph, published circa 1924, printed for L.M.S. by McCorquodale & Co., Ltd, London and Glasgow – sold £2000

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