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The Library of Congress in Washington, DC has a large and impressive collection of movie posters.  Below are images (repaired in Photoshop) of some of the best posters.

Metropolis (1926 Germany) (partial three sheet, missing bottom credits)

Metropolis (1926 Germany) (with recreated credits)

Easy to Love (1933 US one sheet)

Duck Soup (1933 US one sheet)

Bordertown (1935 US one sheet)

Belle of the Nineties (1934 US one sheet)

Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933 US one sheet Style A)

The Cheat (1923 US one sheet)

Saturday Night (1922 US one sheet)

Pictures of actual posters from Library of Congress: Sullivan’s Travels insert and The Glass Key half sheet

Salome (1923 US half sheet)

Blonde Bombshell (1933 US one sheet)

The Kennel Murder Case (1933 US one sheet)

Girl Without A Room (1933 US one sheet)

The Case of the Howling Dog (1934 US one sheet)

Tarzan and His Mate (1934 US one sheet style A)

Hungry Heart (1933 US one sheet)

Jimmy the Gent (1934 US 1S)

Easy to Love (1933 US 1S)

The Gay Bride (1934 US one sheet)

Chained (1934 US one sheet style C)

The Girl From Missouri (1934 US one sheet style A)

Salome (1913 US one sheet)

Hell and High Water (1933 US 1S)

Cleopatra (1934 US one sheet style C)

Friends of Sweeney (1935 US one sheet)

Penthouse (1935 US one sheet)

The Web of Desire (1917 US one sheet)

A Girl’s Folly (1917 US one sheet)

Wings (1929 re-release window card), digitally repaired on left, original on left