Collecting Vintage Posters: What You Need to Know to Make a Good Investment

Collecting Vintage Posters: What You Need to Know to Make a Good Investment

Over the past three decades, the vintage posters market has experienced steady growth on a global basis. These posters have found their way from advertising pillars to elegant poster galleries and well-known auction houses.


Due to their eye-catching effect and their proven ability to increase their value over time, making them an attractive low-risk investment opportunity. 


When it comes to collecting Israeli posters, there’s more to it than aesthetics and a wise investment. These posters hold an additional layer of value and historical significance, with each one having its own unique story to tell


If you are looking to start or expand your collection of vintage posters, it is important to consider various factors to ensure you’re making the right choice. Typically, the following factors have an impact on the poster value.


Printing Method And lithography


Vintage posters were printed using old printing methods like stone lithography.  Stone lithography is a very difficult, time-consuming process resulting in vibrant colors. After World War II, offset and silkscreen printing replaced it. Typically, older posters printed with the stone lithography process are of higher value than the newer posters.

Though, there are also some offset or silkscreen posters achieving high prices.


lithography posters examples-


Rarity And Condition-

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