Guide to My Big Black Friday – Cyber Monday Movie Collectible Sale

Charles Laughton in The Private Life of Henry VIII

I always dress this way for Thanksgiving dinner

Hoping you had very Happy Thanksgiving, or if you're outside of the US a very pleasant Thursday.

Napped a little too much after putting away the bird to finish up my promised post. Did spend a little time on the research end of it tonight and hope to spend a good part of Friday working on the first through final drafts.

But for now I greet you with what will surely be my most commercial post of the year.

Because, like so many other retailers, my biggest sale of 2012 kicks into full gear today.

My big Black Friday sale is going to extend right through the weekend beyond Cyber Monday through Tuesday at midnight.

What the heck. It took some effort to apply it, may as well run with it for a bit.

It's happening from my eBay Store because, frankly, I can't do any better in the Immortal Ephemera Store than my everyday deals.

But inside my eBay Store every item will be marked down between 20-40% by Friday morning.

That ought to bring out the buyers:

Sweepings 1933

A big sale breaks out in Sweepings (1933), a title I'll be covering within the next few weeks.

Included amongst the 40% off grouping are most of my general magazine back issues; all of my printed photographs from Burr McIntosh Monthly--that includes several turn of the century theatrical stars; most of my vintage printed movie goods, ie: premiums photos and supplements; also my old St. Louis bus passes picturing period movie ads.

All vintage movie stills and press photos are marked down 35%. No exceptions.

All movie trading and tobacco cards--and there are nearly 3,000 of them listed--are marked down 20%.

Most of my movie star postcards are also marked down 20% - Exception, anything I've listed for the first time over the past couple of weeks, though those are also marked down 10%

All other various goods throughout the Immortal Ephemera eBay Store are marked down at least 20%.

I'm going to get back to that article I've been working on now, but I'll be very happy to be interrupted to send along an invoice to you or to stop and pack up your goods. As for the movie I'm digging into, well, this post could use one more illustration so I'll close like so:

Show Girl in Hollywood ad

Show Girl in Hollywood ad from the Big Spring Daily Herald, June 1, 1930, page 13

Have a great day, back with Show Girl in Hollywood (1930) next time!

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