Unfortunately, none of them are for sale!
Those are beautiful posters. I collected posters several years back and
stumbled onto a dealer who sold Polish posters. They too had an incredible
aesthic quality to them, and at the time they hadn't been discovered, so
they were dirt cheap.
I had the same problem. Stumbled onto a dealer who had come through
Eastern Europe just after the fall, and was selling them for 20-40
dollars. If he'd taken credit cards, I would have cleaned him out. As
it was, I could only buy two with cash, and then he was gone. I'm not a
poster person, but I regret not buying more.
The Hungarian national film archive has a display of wonderful posters
in their headquarters, often the posters exist where the films are
lost--one must think that often the posters were better than the films
they were describing!
This German Count would appreciate ( in aristocratic terms ) any
information about this unknown film in order to watch and comprehend
what Goethe's hell happens in such silent film...
Is there a Hungarian in the audience??... or even a Prusian??.
Herr Graf Ferdinand Von Galitzien