•  A high-end restoration and reissue



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BGM Affiches de collection
aims to repair and reissue posters mainly from American and sometimes European cinematographic heritage, from the beginning of cinema to the 1960s.

The objective is to be able to offer the general public perfectly restored visuals, free from the slightest mark of folding, tearing or alteration of color over time.

The restoration is exclusively digital, and modern computer tools are used to obtain an irreproachable result, as close as possible to what the posters were at the time of their first printing, 70, 80, 90 or even 100 years ago…

All these magnificent period visuals thus regain their initial splendor and charm. Printed on high quality paper, they are even sublimated. Everything is thus implemented to offer you the best possible quality at all levels of manufacture.

•  A luxury print edition

The high definition printing is carried out on a very high quality 300g paper, from an Espon SureColor SC-P7000 professional photo printer. This printer, equipped with 11 UltraChrome HDX pigment inks, guarantees an extremely precise and long-lasting result. UltraChrome HDX inks have been designed with longevity in mind, and in addition to their quality, they are capable of producing extremely delicate spot colors.

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• Formats

The different possible formats depend on the ratio of each poster. Most of them are available in 3 different sizes : 30 x 40 cm, 40 x 60 cm and 61 x 91 cm. Or in two formats : 30 x 40 cm and 60 x 80 cm.


•  A certificate of authenticity provided

The 60 x 80 and 61 x 91 cm posters are exclusively available in a limited edition of 200 copies. A BGM certificate with their edition number accompanies the prints ordered on BGM Affiches de collection website, and thus guarantees their authenticity as reissues designed by us.

•  A French manufacture

All the posters offered by BGM Affiches de collection are restored in France, in Charente-Maritime and printed in La Rochelle.