The Invisible Man 1933 Universal Monster 35mm Film Cell Display Claude Rains

The Invisible Man 1933 Universal Monster 35mm Film Cell Display Claude Rains

Own a piece of Universal Horror history. This is a sensational film cell display featuring three 35mm film cells from the classic 1933 Universal movie, “The Invisible Man” starring Claude Rains. This display is 13″ x 11″, beautifully appointed with 3 dynamic cells, mounted so light can shine through them. Also included is a high resolution companion image and information plate. Your cell also includes a Certificate of Authenticity and is professionally double-matted behind plexiglass and framed in rich black ash. This is a great collectible for vintage horror flick fans featuring one of the most iconic of the early Universal Monster creations. Comes in profective factory box, ready for display.

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Own a piece of Universal Horror history. This is a sensational film cell display featuring three 35mm film cells from the classic 1933 Universal movie, “The Invisible Man” starring Claude Rains. This display is 13″ x 11″, beautifully appointed with 3 dynamic cells, mounted so light can shine through them. Also included is a high resolution companion image and information plate. Your cell also includes a Certificate of Authenticity and is professionally double-matted behind plexiglass and framed in rich black ash. This is a great collectible for vintage horror flick fans featuring one of the most iconic of the early Universal Monster creations. Comes in profective factory box, ready for display.

Additional Information

Weight 1.9 lbs
Dimensions 11 x .02 x 13 in
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