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Don’t miss AntikBar’s next Poster Auction on 11 May!

Set of 3 Posters Lenin USSR Propaganda Constructivism Original Vintage Posters Auction including USSR and Palestine Propaganda Poster Collection 

Our next auction on Saturday 11 May of over 500 original vintage posters features a collection of Soviet and Palestinian propaganda posters as well as a wide variety of original vintage travel, cinema, sport, advertising, war and propaganda posters from around the world.

The auction preview will be open at our gallery from Wednesday 8 May to 1pm on Saturday 11 May and the auction will start online at 3pm (UK time) on Saturday 11 May. View our catalogue and register to bid in advance via:

The Saleroom — www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/antikbar/catalogue-id-antikb10014
Invaluable — www.invaluable.com/catalog/67cmv11cug
Live Auctioneers — www.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/139883_original-posters-ussr-and-palestine-propaganda

→ This extraordinary collection of Soviet and Palestine posters was acquired by our seller during his trips to the USSR and Lebanon in the 1960s and 1970s. 

In March 1969, the seller joined a UK delegation of the National Union of Students on a visit to the USSR. During his stay in Moscow, Leningrad and Tallinn, he acquired some of the posters. Later that year, he wrote to the Soviet authorities who sent several parcels of posters to him at university. 

The Palestinian posters were obtained in Summer 1971 when the seller travelled to the Middle East to apply for a postgraduate course at the American University in Beirut. On arrival he realised the university was not fully functioning due to the unstable and rapidly deteriorating political and military situation. He stayed in Beirut for two months then visited Syria, Jordan and Israel, returning home via Beirut. At the time, he considered becoming a journalist so arranged an interview with Bassam Abu Sharif, the spokesperson for the PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine). During this meeting he was given many of the posters that form this collection. The new symbol of the PFLP was adopted in May 1969 and these posters are among the earliest published by the Palestinian resistance.

Auction Preview now open at our gallery until 1pm on Saturday:
AntikBar Poster Auction Preview photos1 – video clips and more images available on our social media (links given below).

Lot of the Day (scroll down to follow us also on social media for more image features in the lead up to this auction)

1 BeatCompetition2 a PopularFront LiberationPalestine
3 a GeneralMotors ConceptCar Chrysler
4 a GaleriesLafayette Children5 a BillGraham RockMusic SanFrancisco
6 a CigarettesSaphir ArtNouveau7 a Lot PolishAirline Dog
8 a OriginalSin Cider MsVeronique9 a Solidarity
10 a Guinness Fireman
11 a TierparkBerlin Zoo Elephants12 a MonteCarlo DivingGirl
13 a GoodCitizens AbrahamLincoln14 a DavidBowie LetsDance
15 a TheOtherWoman 16 a Fougasse CarelessTalk WWII
17 a Soviet USSR Construction Propaganda Poster AntikBar Auction 

In The News:

ATG Preview Issue 2390 AntikBar Poster Auction 11 May 2019 Our upcoming auction featured by the Antiques Trade Gazette on their Previews page (p.32)   

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All our original vintage posters from around the world (propaganda, war, sport, travel, advertising and movie posters) are available online with worldwide delivery at www.AntikBar.co.uk and at our gallery at:

AntikBar – Original Vintage Posters
404 King’s Road, London SW10 0LJ

AntikBar is a Member of the International Vintage Poster Dealers’ Association (IVPDA), UK Posters Network, London Art Deco Society, King’s Road Curve and The Association of Art and Antiques Dealers (LAPADA).

James Bond is 007 – shaken, not stirred…!

PC0198_1_m  As fans of Ian Fleming’s fictional MI6 secret agent, James Bond, and his collection of classic cars and gadget-laden vehicles can rejoice at the extended opening of the Bond in Motion exhibition at the London Film Museum (and the widely anticipated opening of the next James Bond movie Spectre starring Daniel Craig), we take a look at some of the iconic movie posters produced for the 007 movies currently listed on our website.

PC0247_1_m  This long-running popular series full of seductive Bond girls, evil villains, high speed car chases, witty one-liners, exotic locations and Martinis “shaken, not stirred” hit the screens in 1962 with the first actor to play the dapper British spy master, Sean Connery (1962-1971, 1983: Dr No, From Russia With Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, Diamonds Are Forever and a later adaptation of Thunderball, Never Say Never Again):

PC0396_1_m  PC0259_1_m


PC0307_1_m  PC0235_1_m

PC0387_1_m  PC0501_1_m

PC0258_1_m PC0357_1_m

PC0502_1_m  PC0472_1_m

PC0317_1_m  PC0436_1_m

PC0385_1_m  PC0369_1_m


In 1969, between You Only Live Twice and Diamonds Are Forever, the Australian actor, George Lazenby, was chosen to play the role of James Bond in one movie only – On Her Majesty’s Secret Service:

PC0262_1_m  PC0257_1_m

In 1973 the English actor, Roger Moore, then well known for his role as Simon Templar in The Saint, took over and became the oldest and longest serving 007 actor, portraying a more suave James Bond (1973-1985: Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, OctopussyA View to a Kill):

PC0126_1_m   PC0447_1_m

PC0172_1_m PC0391_1_m

PC0310_1_m  PC0348_1_m

PC0331_1_m  PC0445_1_m

PC0301_1_m  PC0448_1_m



PC0332_1_m  PC0393_1_m

PC0309_1_m  PC0358_1_m

As we specialize in original vintage posters primarily from the 1800s to 1970s, our James Bond poster collection ends with Timothy Dalton’s role as 007 in The Living Daylights (1987):


Please contact us if you would like any further information on our poster collection and if you are interested in any James Bond movie poster not currently listed on our website as our stock is regularly updated. We also provide a search on demand search service for individuals, interior designers and collectors looking for specific posters; most of our 007 film posters have been bought by individuals to decorate their cinema rooms and as gifts for James Bond fans, notable birthdays and children/teenagers.

Visit our website at www.antikbar.co.uk to browse all our original vintage posters – cinema, travel, advertising, sport, war and propaganda. You can also follow us on:

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AntikBar is a Member of the International Vintage Poster Dealers’ Association (IVPDA), the London Art Deco Society (LADS) and The Association of Art and Antiques Dealers (LAPADA).

50 Years of James Bond, 1962-2012

Get ready for “Global James Bond Day” on 5th October and celebrate 50 years of 007 with your very own original vintage James Bond poster! 

Here are some original vintage 1960s-70s movie posters available from AntikBar that will also be on display at the Decorative Fair next week (visit the News & Events page for further information), starting with Sean Connery as James Bond and Ursula Andress as the iconic Bond girl, Honey Ryder, in Dr No:

   Sean Connery as James Bond in Dr No: Original vintage poster for the French release (160x120cm)

   Sean Connery as James Bond in Dr No: Original vintage poster for the Belgian release (54x35cm)

   Roger Moore as James Bond in For Your Eyes Only: Original vintage poster for the French release (157x58cm)

   Sean Connery as James Bond in From Russia with Love: Original vintage poster for the French release (157×56.5cm)

   Sean Connery as James Bond in Thunderball: Original vintage poster for the French release (161x120cm)

   Roger Moore as James Bond in The Man with the Golden Gun: Original vintage poster for the French release (80x60cm)

Browse the AntikBar website for more original movie posters from around the world, as well as a variety of advertising, travel, sport, propaganda and war posters from the late 1800s to the 1970s. Contact us if you have a specific query or request as we provide a search on demand service. We also offer worldwide shipping and a collection advice service.

Visit the News & Events page and follow @AntikBar on Twitter and Pinterest for our “Poster of the Day” tweets/pins and other information, including upcoming fairs and interesting poster-related news and articles.

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