The Value of Memorabilia – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
The memorabilia or collectibles market has dramatically changed over the years with the continued growth of the Internet, which provides people from all over the word instant access to valuable items
The market for movie memorabilia and merchandise is as strong as ever. Hollywood keeps churning out hit movies and fans drive the interest and growth in memorabilia values. In addition, collectable dealers and decorators influence what items have value and make recommendations to their client base.
A popular brand of films which will always hold its value is Walt Disney. London’s oldest pawnbroker is Suttons & Robertsons and they are lucky to offer a stunning Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs movie poster.
Snow White is world renowned for not only being a popular children’s Disney classic movie, but Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is also one of the first films to experience the touch of Technicolor technology.
Technicolor technology was first invented back in 1916 and provides movie patrons the opportunity to live out their fantasies in bright color. Snow White would go on to be one of the most re-released films of all time – making this particular movie poster highly collectable.
An interesting fact is that movie posters with linen backing obtain a higher value at a memorabilia auction.
This Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs poster was sold at a 1996 auction for a whopping £2,800 (US $4,600). Experts now feel the collectable Snow White poster has a value of approximately £3,000 (US $4,925).
So if you are an avid movie collector, then consider this incredible find – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs movie poster. Contact The Life of Luxury to learn more.