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Today, poster collecting is big business, and getting bigger at a steady rate. The semiannual poster auctions of PAI regularly bring in about $1.5 million at each sale. At least 100 books have been published in the last decade. Museums devoted to posters exist in several cities throughout the world; at least two are under development in Japan, and this writer hopes to found one in New York City in the near future. With serious collectors in just about every country imaginable, all indications are that poster collecting is here to stay.
Jack Rennert is the author of Posters of the Belle Epoch, The Wine Spectator Collection. He is president of Poster Auctions International. At the Auction
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