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    The Day of the Triffids & Other Lot (Allied Artists, 1962). Folded, Fine+. One Sheets (2) (27" X 41") & Half Sheet (22" X 28") Joseph Smith Artwork. Joseph Smith provides the vibrant and thrilling artwork of the carnivorous alien plants known as Triffidus Celestus from this classic science fiction thriller. Based on the novel by John Wyndham, the film finds the world's population attacked after the majority of humanity is blinded by a massive meteor shower. Included in this lot is a folded one sheet and half sheet for Monolith Monsters (Universal International, 1957). All posters within the lot show minor signs of use, such as edge and fold wear, creases, tiny tears, and some smudges or faint stains. There are a few strips of archival tape on the verso of the one sheet for Monolith Monsters.

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