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guitarfreak
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I want to find a great place to find some old magic posters any body have a recomedation?
Dave V
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Lee Jacobs or Norm Neilson. Between the two of them they pretty much have it all.
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Kevin Connolly
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I might be wrong, but I think Lee Jacobs is no longer with us.

I would keep Swann Galleries auction in October in mind. Ebay has been very reasonable the last two years for magic posters.

Almost forgot. What king of posters are you looking for?
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donsmagic
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Martinka auctions are a great source too. I believe they have an auction coming up in March.
sethb
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If you're looking for reproductions, the Magic Warehouse carries several nice ones at $20 apiece or less. See http://themagicwarehouse.com/posters.html

The Real McCoy will set you back considerably more! SETH
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The famous escape artist from the 70's-90's that you probably saw on TV like That's Incredible or Dick Clark LIVE, Steve Baker, also known as Mr. Escape is issueing a reproduction of one of his earliest posters. It's a big one too 24 x 45. He has it up on his website http://www.mrescape.com

And he says he will autograph it too.
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