For my forthcoming book on Bram Stoker and his legacy, I'm looking for something nearly impossible to find: a decent (or even just barely passable) reproduction of the ultra-rare 1931 "Dracula" one-sheet poster featuring the artwork of the sleeping woman with hovering eyes used in trade ads as well as the photoplay edition dust jacket. Large script display at top: "The Story of the Strangest Passion Ever Known!" When what is perhaps the only extant copy showed up (around 1997, the "Dracula" centenary), a small color reproduction appeared in an LA or NY newspaper; I believe it the original briefly displayed in a New York gallery. I glimpsed it briefly in a waiting room, meaning to buy a copy, and am still kicking myself for letting it slip my mind. Article was about collectibles. As far as I know, the actual poster is still in private hands and obviously one of the rarest posters of all time. Anybody out there who saw/saved the clipping? There's a small, degraded version of the preliminary (not finished) art in the original "Dracula" pressbook, but I'm looking for something better, even a fragmentary image to help with a Photoshop rebuild. Help? Eternal life and all the rats you want in return.