Movie Memorabilia from our Childhood up for Auction
There are tons of really cool props to check out but here are just a few.
The most expensive thing I found that sold at the auction was the signature fedora that Harrison Ford wore as Indiana Jones in Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Arc that went for $320,000.
Damn dude! I'd love to know who bought it.
Terminator 2: Judgement Day light up T-800 endoskeleton sold for $200,000
One of my personal favorites and when my son sees this he's gonna ask if he has enough money in his "stash" to buy one, a radio controlled ghost trap and pedal used in Ghostbusters 1 and 2 that sold for $186,960.
The axe from The Shinning (1980) sold for $172,200.
An H.R. Giger-Giger owned aluminum Harkonnen "Capo" chair went unsold for some insane reason. For those of you who don't know, H.R. Giger was the guy behind the design work on the Alien film sets and just an amazing artist.
Another of the items that didn't sell was the fully functional, although not road worthy, Captain Nemo's Nautilus car from The League of Extraordinary Gentleman and dude I kinds want it. Check out the video on the propstore.com if you wanna see what a real pimp ride looks like in motion.
The 1966 old school Batman TV show Riddler's jacket didn't settle but a costume from the original Tron (1982) went for $84,400?
I'd like to know if this is the only one they used on set or if it's just one of a bunch of canes they had on hand. Either way the famous cane with the mosquito in amber on top of it that John Hammond used in 1993's Jurassic Park sold for $52,275.
There's too much really cool shit to list it all here so when you have some time go to propstoreauction.com check out all the stuff. They have some stuff still available too so happy bidding!