I used to collect posters, so I have a pretty large stash: everything from original US "Mean Streets," "The Tenant," "Nosferatu" (Herzog), "Stranger than Paradise" (I can go on) to Italian originals of Pasolini films, to French originals of everything (lots of those living in Montréal), and reprints of Romero/Ferrara/Hooper. I sold some original US horror posters last year: 'The Fog," "The Howling," and "Funhouse."
Over my desk, I have a "Night of the Living Dead" reprint, and a laminated "Grand Guignol" Theatre reprint (the first poster to hit the streets of Paris in 1901).
But the "pride of my collection" is an original "Vertigo" - with Saul Bass' signature.
"Yes, let that night be barren; let no joyful cry be heard in it. Let those curse it who curse the Sea, those who are skilled to rouse up Leviathan."
Job 3: 7-8