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25 Movie Props You Could Own Right Now, If You Were Rich

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If you are the kind of person that has a lot of expendable income and have a deep love for movies,
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might be right up your alley. On September 26, the company will have an event in London--as well as an online one--auctioning off items used in movies and television. Some of these items could cost the buyer hundreds of thousands of dollars. While there are hundreds of items being auctioned off, we found the 25 most expensive ones that you could buy, if you were rich.




25. The Joker's Costume



(Used in Batman, 1989)

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during the Tim Burton film. The full costume is dressed on a custom-made mannequin that resembles Nicholson's likeness as The Joker.

Starting price: $13,000

Asking price: $26,000-$39,000

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24. USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D "Pyro" Model Miniature



(Used in Star Trek: The Next Generation, 1992)

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was used during the episode "Cause and Effect." During the episode, the Enterprise was destroyed time and time again. Industry professionals assembled the model, after it was blown apart.

Starting price: $13,000

Asking price: $26,000-$39,000

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23. Jules Winnfield's Wallet



(Used in Pulp Fiction, 1993)

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. Samuel L. Jackson's character carried this on him during the movie, and this is one of five wallets made for the film.

Starting price: $13,000

Asking price: $26,000-$39,000

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22. Fluffy Costume and Display



(Used in Creepshow, 1982)

Featured in the story "The Crate,"
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was created by legendary effects artist Tom Savini. The face has been replaced; however, the work was done by Greg Nicotero, who many fans know as the artist who worked under Savini on the film.

Starting price: $13,000

Asking price: $26,000-$39,000

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21. Victor Van Dort Stop-Motion Puppet



(Used in Corpse Bride, 2005)

Johnny Depp voiced Victor Van Dort for the 2005 film, and
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. The head contains a series of gears and mechanisms in order to change facial expressions. It's still in very good condition.

Starting price: $13,000

Asking price: $26,000-$39,000

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20. Henri “Papillon” Charrière's Prison-Arrival Costume



(Used in Papillon, 1973)

Steve McQueen wore this outfit for the early '70s film that took place on a prison island. The actor wore this outfit during the scenes when he was travelling by boat to the island.
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, it has minor wear and tear from production usage.

Starting price: $13,000

Asking price: $26,000-$39,000

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19. Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell's Flight Suit



(Used in Top Gun, 1986)

Fly into the danger zone, just like Tom Cruise's character did in the '86 film that made beach volleyball cool again.
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, and the only thing missing is a patch on the right side, which was removed after production.

Starting price: $13,000

Asking price: $26,000-$39,000

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18. Marty McFly's 1885 Western Costume



(Used in Back To The Future III, 1989)

Great Scott!
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(Michael J Fox) wore when travelling from 1955 to 1885 in BTTF III is available to bid on. The outfit does look a bit distressed, but that was intentional by production.

Starting price: $13,000

Asking price: $26,000-$39,000

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17. Alien Creature Costume



(Used in Aliens, 1986)

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contains a black bodysuit with the exoskeleton mounted onto it. The headpiece is separate, and it's all contained on a custom mount. There is some slight damage to the suit and some residue from production.

Starting price: $13,000

Asking price: $26,000-$39,000

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16. M41A Pulse Rifle



(Used in Aliens, 1986)

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. It is made of a lightweight resin, so it was easy for the actors to handle on set.

Starting price: $13,000

Asking price: $26,000-$39,000

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15. Marty McFly's Light-Up 2015 Nike Shoes



(Used in Back To The Future II, 1989)

If you've got the money, you can live two years in the past with
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. There has been a bit of work done to the electronic components in the shoes, and the foam soles have a bit of cracking.

Starting price: $16,500

Asking price: $33,000-$46,000

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14. RoboCop’s Costume



(Used in Robocop 2, 1990)

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, you become the savoir of Detroit, but
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. There has been some restoration to the costume, as age and use during production have caused a bit of wear and tear.

Starting price: $16,500

Asking price: $33,000-$46,000

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13. Batman’s Batsuit



(Used in Batman Forever, 1995)

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, this costume was more than likely used by the stunt double in the film, Keith Campbell. While there is a little cracking on the cowl, the suit remains in good condition.

Starting price: $20,000

Asking price: $40,000-$66,000

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12. Peter "Star-Lord" Quill’s Hero Helmet



(Used in Guardians of the Galaxy, 2014)

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. It features LED lights on the side and the red eyes glow. There is distress to the helmet for the production of the film.

Starting price: $20,000

Asking price: $40,000-$66,000

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11. Jack Torrance's Jacket



(Used in The Shining, 1980)

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. Even though it was made almost 40 years ago, the jacket is still in excellent condition.

Starting price: $20,000

Asking price: $40,000-$66,000

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10. Captain Hector Barbossa's Costume



(Used in Pirates of the Carribean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, 2003)

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. The costume comes with everything shown, including the pistol and the custom base. All of the items were distressed prior to production.

Starting price: $20,000

Asking price: $40,000-$66,000

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9. Hand-Painted Mansion Portrait of Tony Montana and Elvira Hancock



(Used in Scarface, 1983)

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? The bullet holes in this painting were not seen in the final cut of the film, and the picture, aside from aging and wear in tear, has been rolled up but remains in good condition.

Starting price: $20,000

Asking price: $40,000-$66,000

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8. Darth Vader Promotional Tour Helmet



(Used for promotion during Empire Strike Back, 1980)

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, but it was used for a promotional tour tied to the film. The two-piece helmet has a bit of wear and tear from age.

Starting price: $20,000

Asking price: $40,000-$66,000

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7. Drop-Ship Model Miniature



(Used in Aliens, 1986)

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. There is some light damage to one of the wings, but it remains in good condition.

Starting price: $26,000

Asking price: $53,000-$79,000

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6. DeLorean Time Machine Model Miniature



(Used in Back to the Future: The Ride, 1991)

Remember the Universal Studios attraction, Back to the Future: The Ride? Well,
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, coming in at about a foot long. Some of the wiring has been restored, but aside from that, it's in good condition.

Starting price: $26,000

Asking price: $53,000-$79,000

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5. 2015 Hill Valley Police Cruiser



(Used in Back To The Future II, 1989)

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, it doesn't have a motor, so don't think you can take it out on the highway. This was the only full-size vehicle created for the film. There has been some restoration to the car, as it sustained a lot of wear and tear from being left in the elements for years.

Starting price: $33,000

Asking price: $66,000-$92,000

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4. Indiana Jones' Bullwhip



(Used in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, 1989)

One of the most iconic pieces of movie memorabilia is up for auction:
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which comes with a photo signed by Harrison Ford using it. There is some fraying and wear and tear, but it's still in good condition.

Starting price: $33,000

Asking price: $66,000-$92,000

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3. C-3PO Special Effects Head



(Used in Empire Strike Back, 1980)

Because of an error in manufacturing, some of the helmets made for C-3P0 were too small for actor Anthony Daniel's head, and
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. However, it was used on set, as there were many times the droid lost his head. There are some scratches and chips, but the helmet remains in good condition.

Starting price: $40,000

Asking price: $79,000-$105,000

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2. ILM Y-Wing Model Miniature



(Used in Return of the Jedi, 1983)

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. It was created by Industrial Light & Magic, and contains some intentional production distressing, including smoke and laser damage.

Starting price: $66,000

Asking price: $131,000-$263,000

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1. High Speed ‘Empireflex’ Camera Designed and Built by ILM



(Used in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, 1980)

Finally,
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, specifically designed for the 1980 film. This camera was designed to shoot at different speeds, including 72 fps, 24 fps, and stop-motion. The camera is in perfect working condition.

Starting price: $131,000

Asking price: $263,000 - $395,000

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