24-Sheet (246" X
108") posters were produced to be used as billboard or subway art and
usually came printed in 12 sections. Printed on standard paper
stock these were usually destroyed after the display of the poster. Very few
24-Sheet posters have survived for any films, and almost none for
any film produced before 1950. They are now therefore some of the rarest
posters due to their size and low production numbers.
Not every James Bond film
had a 24-Sheet poster produced for advertising purposes - below
is a gallery of some of the existing examples.