Thats great info Arnaud, thanks! Since Scandecor was huge in Sweden at the time and is a Swedish/Norwegian company I assumed they were for the Swedish (and Nordic) market only.Arnaud said:Actually these posters were sold all over Europe as Scandecor was a leader on the poster market. There were four different posters. Most were available in two sizes. You have the small one there I think. They are around but nobody's interested in them so it makes them seem harder to find than they really are. I think they're just wonderful.
Well, if you have done one search on ebay I guess they dont existstevemac1976 said:Does any have any pics of the other SW posters that Scandecor produced. Just had a quick look on ebay and although they had some scandecor items none of them were SW related.
Well, I have two more and I've had them for thirty years... Some people here are so funny!yodascorch said:Scandecor only ever made these two particular star wars new hope posters and are very rare
He he. Well, probably because I haven't searched that hard on Ebay Europe pagesArnaud said:Mathias, I don't know how you managed to not find any on ebay in eight years when I literally bought more than a hundred in the same period of time. I hope you're more lucky in the future. Or faster than I am. ;>)
Dunk said:I bought three back in 1978, all 27" x 39" and bought in tourist shops in Carnaby Street, London.
Scandecor # 1783 - "Star Wars" © 1977
Another classic image.
I bought three back in 1978, all 27" x 39" and bought in tourist shops in Carnaby Street, London.
Scandecor # 1774 - "R2 D2 and C3PO" © 1977
This poster was printed back to front in error (look at R2 and you'll soon see!).