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MOVIE PROPS TO BE SOLD AT THE PROP STORE’S ANNUAL AUCTION — OVER $5.6 MILLION IN ICONIC MOVIE PROPS

Famous iconic movie props are reported by TMZ as being up for auction this December. The props are from movies that made a killing at the box office and have garnered a cult following over the past 40 years. If you’re willing to spend over $100,000+ on a movie prop for the film aficionado in your life, this December 1st-2nd is the time to do it at the famous Prop Store. The total cost of each item all together is up to $5.6 million at its annual live auction.

 

The most expensive prop looks to be Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Hero Light-saber from the 2005 film: “Revenge of The Sith”, estimated to be between $103,000-$155,000. Other props featured will be the purple fedora worn by Jack Nicholson in the original Batman film where Nicholson played the Joker, estimated to be between $26,000-$38,000, the mechanical Xenomorph from Alien ($52,000-$78,000) as well as Marty McFly’s futuristic “2015” self-drying coat from Back To The Future Part 2 for $15,000-$21,000 and MUCH, MUCH more.

 

According to Variety, previous movie auctions included Darth Vader’s mask from Star Wars Episode 4: A New Hope ($287,500) and the ghost trap from Ghostbusters ($242,000). Aart from the items being auctioned above, these are only a percentage of a percentage in comparison to the 900+ items up for auction this year.

 

This 2020 auction marks year 7 of the Prop Store’s annual movie prop auction. And as stated above, if you have the money for this level of movie paraphernalia, one need only walk through the door and name your price. Bids are also available to be made online or over the phone.

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