Following England's 4-2 win over Germany in the 1966 World Cup final, the story of the tournament was released in cinemas in a feature length documentary, Goal! World Cup 1966.
All the TV broadcasts had been in black and white so, apart from those lucky enough to go to the final, this was the first time that fans had the opportunity to see the red shirts, the Wembley turf and the gold trophy in full colour.
The film is a unique record of England's only World Cup success and the cinema posters are very rare indeed with only a handful having survived the 44 years since they were displayed at local picture houses across England.
At £495, the poster costs about the same as a 50” plasma TV - and is about the same size, though we suggest it will probably look better in your front room.
Available from Shaking Street Gallery, Great Newport Street, London