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    World Without End (Allied Artists 1956) Six Sheet (81"X81") Style B. This reworking of H.G. Wells' novel "The Time Machine" featured women wearing tunics designed by Esquire and Playboy illustrator, Alberto Vargas. Allied Artists took advantage of Vargas' designs and created a special, additional six sheet for the films advertising campaign using his world famous "pin-up" art. The poster illustrated in the pressbook had never been seen and for years collectors had begun to wonder if it had even been produced. This is the only known copy of this poster, which represents one of the most important illustrators of the 20th century! Here is truly a unique chance to acquire this legendary poster, and in fabulous condition. Near mint on linen.

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    March, 2002
    15th-16th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 11
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    I have done a preliminary analysis and the total of the hammer prices was $67,550. With BP, the final figure was $80,722.25. That is against the total insurance value of $34,785 or 2.32 x ‘pre-auction estimate’. Incredible, really, so a big thanks.
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