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Is my PULP FICTION one-sheet original or reprint?

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#1 msp1518


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Posted 12 April 2014 - 4:31 PM

Gents and ladies, I am glad I found this site. Recently I pulled out my movie poster tubes and found my Pulp Fiction posters, all purchased back in 1994 when the film was first released. I have the original recalled One-Sheet and I know it's genuine because I bought it before it was recalled and just to be sure compared it to the fakes of the time. An easy yes. 


But my REGULAR One-Sheet is a conundrum. I don't recall when I in 94 I picked it up so it's possible it could be a reprint. After all, the film was a blockbuster and the first run sold out mega-fast. 


It measures 27 & 1/8 by 40 and is of the normal heavy stock used for first print theatrical one-sheets. But unlike the recalled advanced one-sheet there is no way to compare first vs. second prints and all of their flaws. 


I'm wondering if anyone here has any advice or knowledge to help my figure out which poster I have. I intend to sell my entire collection and want to be sure I get it right. I don't want to screw myself out of a hundred or more dollars, but I also don't want to sell a second printing as a first. 


Much thanks in advance! Here are pics of the poster in question...





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Posted 18 April 2014 - 12:36 AM

it looks right to me in size & color

I do have repros that are the same size as my originals, but they are a slightly diff color.

Yours looks right from here

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Posted 18 April 2014 - 1:45 AM

Thank you for the reply. I am fairly certain I bought it before the film even came out, but let's face it, twenty years is a long time so memories fade. 

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