Atlas Shrugged eBay Auctions: 186 - 189

Posted by GaltsGulch 1 year, 4 months ago to The Gulch: Promotions
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New authentic props used in the filming of the Atlas Shrugged movies are up for auction on eBay right now.

Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of Atlas Shrugged history!

AUCTION 186: http://bit.ly/AtlasAuction186
ASP2: Francisco d’Anconia’s Dollar Sign Money Clip

AUCTION 187: http://bit.ly/AtlasAuction187
ASP3: Taggart Transcontinental Staff Badge

AUCTION 188: http://bit.ly/AtlasAuction188
ASP3: State Science Institute Staff Badge

AUCTION 189: http://bit.ly/AtlasAuction189
ASP1: Framed Erie Railroad Certificate


See all of the Atlas Shrugged eBay Auctions and more here: http://www.ebay.com/usr/atlas_shrugge...


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  • Posted by  $  winterwind 1 year, 4 months ago
    The poster in the second photo is not listed on Ebay, not is it mentioned above. Details, please - or shall I just slip you some cash?
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    • Posted by sdesapio 1 year, 4 months ago
      That poster is attached to the money clip auction. It's just displaying the money clip as it was used during the shooting of the film. I don't think we ever made full size posters with that particular series of "HERO" images. I think we made them only in 11"x17".

      FUN FACT: I actually ran this photoshoot with the actors and designed these posters (as well as the money clip). These promo posters are some of my favorite from the trilogy. On the day of the shoot, Esai (Frisco) loved my shirt (seriously), Samantha (Dagny) went through umpteen wardrobe changes, and Jason (Rearden) and I almost got into an... uhm... physical altercation. Yep. That happened. :)

      Here are links to the other versions of the poster:
      DAGNY: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1...
      HANK: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1...

      If you'd like to get them printed, I'd be happy to send you the hi-res PDFs. You could probably get them printed at Kinkos for just a couple of bucks.
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