Our condition grading terminology is defined as follows. Most movie posters prior to 1990 were folded by the printer (factory folded) before being shipped to theaters. When a condition grading includes the word 'folded,' that usually refers to factory folds. If you have questions regarding the condition of a specific poster, feel free to get in touch.
|Fine||May have minimal wear with possible pinholes in the borders and/or slight fold wear. Minor tape on the back and very small tears are also allowable as is slight fading.|
|Very Good to Fine||In slightly more used condition than fine, but still very presentable.|
|Very Good||May have some fold separation, border staining or small tears, but the image is still relatively clean.|
|Good to Very Good||Slightly below average used condition. Can use restoration but is still fairly presentable.|
|Good||Below average used condition, could benefit from linen-backing.|
|Fair to Good||Significant condition issues, requires linen-backing.|
|Fair||Major condition issues, requires linen-backing.|