In 1957, all it took to get these life size Lone Ranger posters was a stamp, a cereal box top, and a little patience (which as a kid was the hardest part). If there’s one thing that’s truly remarkable about these posters, it’s that they’re in relatively good condition. We know that paper and kids is usually not a winning combo when it comes to preservation (and you can see that these posters were hung up by the tack marks in the corners). So whoever took the time to keep these posters in shape deserves some praise! See how much they’re worth in the following clip from Antiques Roadshow.