Thank you for your interest in VintageAutoPosters.com and for viewing my current stock of 450+ posters. I offer only the finest, guaranteed ORIGINAL posters, with a couple exceptions clearly noted. Most of these works have been professionally mounted on archival linen [ LM in the description ] for optimal preservation, and are some of the rarest examples to be found anywhere in the world. I am the ONLY dealer in the vintage automobilia market who is a member of the International Vintage Poster Dealers Association [IVPDA], thereby further assuring you that my posters are guaranteed original. Customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance to me and following are the general terms of sale to help insure we have a smooth and mutually satisfactory transaction.
You will note that there is a price listed with the photo of each image and accompanying description. Upon request, I will be pleased to promptly provide pricing for those posters without a listed price. A very general guideline would be: 1970-80’s $300 to $1000 and up; 1960’s $500 to $2000 and up; 1950’s $800 to $3000 and up; 1900-1940’s $1000 to $12,000, but many are more. Marque specific posters are generally higher than their year category.
All of the posters, with very few exceptions, are pre-owned vintage and are in very good to excellent condition. As above, the vast majority have been professionally mounted on archival linen. Each is sold in its current condition, priced accordingly, and is not returnable unless grossly misrepresented by me.
ARCHIVAL LINEN MOUNTING
My posters are professionally archival linen mounted by experts in the field; all the materials are made in the USA, and hand done one at a time. Within the poster description on the site you will see "LM" which indicates that the poster is professionally archival linen mounted.
Each item is photographed with the intent to show colors as near to the original as possible, but please be aware that there is usually some variation as each computer screen has different color balance and therefore should not be relied upon as being exact.
Generally I only have one example of an item; the site is updated after each sale or purchase. All sales are final.
Payment is secure and easy with online credit cards or via PayPal. Credit cards will process with the company name "Spyder Enterprises, Inc.". Other payment options such as checks, Zelle, or wire transfer is available by request. Checks should be made to: Spyder Enterprises, Inc.
Shipping is FREE for addresses with the US/48, Canada is $45, Europe is $95, and Far East is $125; posters are packed in very sturdy, heavy-duty tubes specifically made for this purpose.
Everett Anton "Tony" Singer
27050 Upper Forty Drive
Carmel Valley, CA 93924-9252 USA
10 am to 4 pm, Pacific Time
Everett Anton “Tony” Singer's Bio
A lot of businesses tout the uniqueness of their products, but one would be hard-pressed to find items that are as unique and rare as what Everett Anton Singer offers at his online shop: one-of-a-kind vintage automotive posters that go as far back as the late-1800s.
Singer, “Tony” to his friends and clients, is not only the founder of Vintage Auto Posters (https://vintageautoposters.com), he is the collector, curator, packer and shipper of his posters. And he only has one employee — himself.
On his website he has more than 450 authentic vintage posters, many of them one of a kind, that range from 1895 to the 1970’s, mostly European, but some domestic, as well as leather goods for Porsches, such as interior luggage straps, as well as an assortment of vintage auto-related window cards, books, signs and pins.
When he started out more than four decades ago, he had to reach buyers through advertising and word of mouth, but the internet changed all that and allowed him a global reach for his posters.
Singer says his new website allows collector’s a better visual, browsing and buying experience and at the same time demonstrates the uniqueness of Singer’s site and offerings.
Singer is the only dealer in the vintage automobilia market who is a member of the International Vintage Poster Dealers Association (IVPDA), thereby further assuring that his posters are guaranteed original. He adds that he personally only knows a few other dealers who carry vintage car posters, but that it’s just a small slice of their businesses while 99% of his is vintage auto posters.
But Singer is more than just a seller of vintage automobile posters, he’s been a car buff and sports car owner since 1971 (a 1953 Porsche 356, which he owned for more than 30 years); has a bachelor’s degree in art from the University of Denver, where he studied interior design, sculpture, and painting; transformed his family’s New York social printing business into a high-end four-color printer, and the early 1980s, he changed the way that automobiles are photographed, showcasing a car’s beauty and functionality by highlighting its colors, shapes and curves. That resulted in a five-color process coffee table book, “Ferrari: Beauty & Detail.”
In addition to his bachelor’s degree he also made a legacy gift establishing the Everett Anton Singer Endowed Professorship in Art in University of Denver’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
Ironically, it was that very first Porsche 356, often considered the famed company’s “first” production model, that launched Singer on his journey to becoming one of the top, if not the top dealer in vintage auto posters.
“I was just very lucky,” he says about how he became the owner of the iconic car just a year out of college. “It just opened up a lot of doors and educated me in a lot of ways.”
As a student he frequented the local Denver Porsche dealer, which would give him company posters from time to time. He started buying and collecting auto posters, then started selling the excess that started accumulating. He started collecting in earnest in the early to mid-1970’s, then from 1972 to 1992 he and his brother took over the family’s printing business, which they expanded and modernized. That’s when his poster business, which was a side business to the printing company, also became active.
By the time he moved to California in 2003, he was gaining a reputation as one of the top vintage auto poster dealers in the world. And he became such an expert on vintage auto posters, he can often determine whether a poster is authentic or not just from a photograph.
In addition to his poster business, Singer also organizes and runs the annual Automobilia Monterey (AutomobiliaMonterey.com), which he has been doing for the past 18 years and features 30 vendors (including Singer) and deals in a variety of auto collectibles, from art and books to photos and posters.
In his leisure time he plays tennis, works out three times a week, listens to classical music and putters around in his garden. And he’s still an avid car collector — he as three sports cars, a Porsche, BMW and an “old Ferrari Dino.”