More than 1,000 vintage movie posters, worth a total of over two million dollars (£1.6 million), are due to be auctioned.
The collection features posters from classic movies including Casablanca, War Of The Worlds, The Maltese Falcon and the Star Wars franchise.
Estimated prices in the Los Angeles auction, organised by Propstore, range from 100 dollars (£80) to 100,000 dollars (£80,000).
Other top lots include an ultra-rare and unrestored poster for Fritz Lang’s mystery suspense thriller M, one of only two known copies, which is expected to sell for up to 80,000 dollars (£65,000).
The film is considered to have helped launch the film noir genre and the poster is one of the most sought-after within the collecting community, according to Propstore.
Also included in the collection are posters from George Lucas’ original Star Wars trilogy, A New Hope and Return Of The Jedi.
Posters from Son Of Frankenstein, Seven Samurai, Invasion Of The Body Snatchers and 2001: A Space Odyssey are also due to go under the hammer, as are those from more contemporary films including Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time in Hollywood.
Grey Smith, director of posters US at Propstore, said: “I am incredibly excited to be a part of the Propstore team with the opportunity to bring my knowledge and experience of posters, auctions and film history to this amazing company.
“I’m looking forward to working with Propstore, adding to its reputation as a world leader in entertainment memorabilia and collectibles.”
Online bidding for the posters is now open on Propstore.com and lasts until May 17 and 18.