Original photograph Martha Raye – Duc Lap S. Vietnam – dated: 11/16/69 – Movies
SIZE: 7" X 9"
CONDITION: Very Good
All the photographs that I will be putting up for sale are originals, and are securely packed and protected in an sleeve and shipped via priority mail which costs U.S $6.85 (Includes Delivery Confirmation and insurance up to $500.00 per mailing). Multiple sales will combined shipping.
Will usually ship within 1 business day of receiving cleared payment.
Multiple sales will combined shipping:
Will combine shipping for up to 20 items
USPS PRIORITY MAIL:
United States: ($6.85 + $0.00)
Canada: ($19.95 + $0.00)
World Shipping: ($23.85 + $0.00)
UNITED STATES FIRST-CLASS MAIL:
Maximum – 12 Ounces (1-15 Photos) – $4.50
INTERNATIONAL FIRST CLASS:
Maximum – 12 Ounces (1 – 15 Photos)
Canada: $9.50 + $0.50 each
World Shipping: $14.75 + $0.50 each
Vintage Notebook Tom Mix Collectible Very Unique Notebook Journal for a Tom Mix fan or anyone who loves Western themed items the first four pages are written dated 1940s in a very nice calligraphy with ink. Great condition.
SHIPPING CONDITIONS /
I ship my items from Uruguay through the Uruguay Post which is a very reliable postal service . Items shipped in these manner may take from 10 up to 30 business days to arrive, in my experience it takes at the most around 15 to 20 but please just in case bear in mind when buying the time the Post States. Non registered mail costs are reflected in all my listings it is a safe reliable service but if for any reason an item takes longer or doesn't arrive ( it never happened to me but just in case) there is no way to trace or claim and I can't respond if something happens I will always respond with a refund if there is a problem that is related to the condition of the item itself but once I ship it isn't in my hands anymore so it is at your risk if you choose the regular service . Registered mail is expensive but has tracking number and can be traced and claimed if there is any problem. If you wish that i ship registered please let me know and I will change the shipping cost in the listing.
Regular Mail costs to the United States :
up to 20 grams $5.50 / 21 grams up to 100 grams $ 8.50 / 101 grams up to 250 grams $12.50
To the Rest of the World
up to 20 grams $5.50 / 21 grams up to 100 grams $ 8.50 / 101 grams up to 250 grams $15.50
Registered Traceable Mail costs to the United States: up to 20 grams $12.50 / 21 grams up to 100
grams $ 17.50 / 101 grams up to 250 grams $20
Registered Traceable Mail costs to the Rest of the world :
up to 20 grams $12.50 / 21 grams up to 100 grams $ 18.50 / 101 grams up to 250 grams $28
The prices for combined shipping apply to additional items of around the same weight as the first one bought. In case you need to combine items of different weights please message me and I will be glad to tell you the exact shipping cost.
Part of an incredible 8mm movie collection we have aquired. Almost all are unplayed and in excellent condition. Only wear on boxes is extremely light shelf wear. These 8mm films are as good as you would ever expect to find. Unless otherwise noted the box and film are in excellent condition.
Studio: Ken Films
Stock # 303
7th Voyage of Sinbad 8 x 10 Studio Lobby Card Still – The Cyclops – Original Studio Image
This is an original studio lobby card 8 x 10 image not a digital copy.
The item was produced sometime between the 1960s and 1980s to promote the movie in newspapers, books, magazines an in a movie theater.
The 7th Voyage of Sinbad is a 1958 fantasy film released by Columbia Pictures, directed by Nathan H. Juran and produced by Charles H. Schneer. It was the first of three Sinbad films made by Columbia which were conceptualized and animated by Ray Harryhausen and which used a special stop-motion technique called Dynamation (the others being The Golden Voyage of Sinbad and Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger).
While similarly named, the film does not follow the plot of the tale "The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor" but instead has more in common with "The Second Voyage of Sinbad the Sailor", which featured the giant roc bird.
In 2008, The 7th Voyage of Sinbad was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".