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Indiana Jones And Star Wars Props Go Under The Hammer.

Han Solo’s jacket

Film & TV memorabilia worth in excess of £3.5 million ($4.6 million) will be auctioned by Prop Store on Thursday 20th September 2018

  • Bids can be placed online from anywhere in the world, by phone or in person 
  • A free to enter preview exhibition will be open to the public ahead of the Prop Store auction at London’s BFI IMAX, proudly presented by ODEON, from 6th - 20th September 2018
  • Last year’s auction saw Peter 'Star-Lord' Quill's (Chris Pratt) Hero Helmet from GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY (2014) sell for an astonishing £134,200 ($177,021)
Prop Store – one of the world’s leading film and TV memorabilia companies has today announced it is to hold the UK’s largest annual live auction of film and TV memorabilia for the fifth consecutive year this September, with the items on offer expected to fetch in excess of £3.5 million ($4.6 million). The auction is to be held at London’s BFI IMAX proudly presented by ODEON, Europe’s largest cinema group.

Over 600 rare and iconic lots will be sold during Prop Store’s unique Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction on Thursday 20th September 2018 in Waterloo, London.

The auction will be live-streamed online for fans to track the bidding on auction day. A free preview exhibition will be open to the public in the run up to the auction, opening on Thursday 6th September - Thursday 20th September 2018 at the BFI IMAX and showcasing over 270 lots from the upcoming auction.

Top items to be sold at the Prop Store auction (with estimated sale prices) include:
  • Han Solo’s jacket (Harrison Ford) from STAR WARS: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK (1980) £500k - £1,000,000 ($661,302-$1,322,545)
Han Solo’s jacket
  • Marty McFly’s Hoverboard (Michael J. Fox) from BACK TO THE FUTURE PART II (1989) £30k-£50k ($39,676-$66,139)
Marty McFly’s Hoverboard
  • Stormtrooper Helmet from STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE (1977) £40k-£60k ($52,911-$79,378)
Stormtrooper Helmet from STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE
  • Tyler Durden’s Robe (Brad Pitt) from FIGHT CLUB (1999) £10k-£15k ($13,229-$19,844)
  • The Crow’s Costume (Brandon Lee) from THE CROW (1994) £20k-£25k ($26,460-$33,075)
  • Indiana Jones’ Bullwhip (Harrison Ford) from INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM (1984) £50k-£70k ($66,139-$92,614)
Indiana Jones’ Bullwhip
  • Rose’s Farewell Note (Kate Winslet) from TITANIC (1997) £4k-£6k ($5,292-$7,938)
  • Spike’s Speed Demon Costume (Michael Jackson) from MICHAEL JACKSON’S MOONWALKER (1988) £10k-£15k ($13,229-$19,844)
  • Wonka Bar from WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY (1997) £8k-£10k ($10,584-$13,232)
  • Agent J’s Light-up Noisy Cricket (Will Smith) from MEN IN BLACK (2011) £8k-£12k ($10,584-$15,883)
  • Forrest Gump’s Weathered Bubba Gump Shrimp Hat (Tom Hanks) from FORREST GUMP (1994) £5k-£7k ($6,616-$9,264)
  • Legolas' (Orlando Bloom) Lothlorien Arrow from THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2001-2003) £8k-10k ($10,584-$13,232)
  • Jumanji Game Board from JUMANJI (1995) £8k-10k ($10,584-$13,232)
  • Edward Scissorhands' (Johnny Depp) Costume Display from EDWARD SCISSORHANDS (1990) £60k-80k ($79,412-$105,883)
  • Catwoman’s Corset (Michelle Pfeiffer) from BATMAN RETURNS (1992) £3k-5k ($3,971-$6,618)
  • Terminator’s Jacket (Arnold Schwarzenegger) from THE TERMINATOR (1984) £20k-30k ($26,460-$39,714)
  • First Order Stormtrooper Helmet from STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI (2017) £30k-50k ($39,714-$66,179) **All hammer price proceeds from this item are being donated to the UK's leading children's charity The NSPCC**
First Order Stormtrooper Helmet
  • Indiana Jones' (Harrison Ford) Signature Fedora from INDIANA JONES AND THE RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (1981) £200k-300k ($264,719-$397,079)
Indiana Jones' (Harrison Ford) Signature Fedora from INDIANA JONES AND THE RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK
  • Captain America's (Chris Evans) Distressed Army Rescue Costume from CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER (2011) £40k-60k ($52,945-$79,418)
  • Anakin Skywalker's (Hayden Christensen) Hero Lightsaber from STAR WARS: REVENGE OF THE SITH (2005) £50k-100k ($66,179-$132,364)
Anakin Skywalker's (Hayden Christensen) Hero Lightsaber from STAR WARS: REVENGE OF THE SITH

The Prop Store auction is suitable for fans with a variety of budgets. Some of the least expensive lots in the auction include an SFX Crew Jacket from STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI (2017) estimated at £200 - £300 ($265 - $397), and a pair of Olivanders Wand Boxes from HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE (2001), estimated to sell for an affordable £400 ($530).

Registration is now open at Online proxy bids can be submitted from Friday 31st August 2018.

The Prop Store preview exhibition will coincide with a number of special screenings at the BFI IMAX, inspired by the iconic film props that will be going on sale. For more information and to book tickets, visit:

Stephen Lane, Prop Store CEO commented on the upcoming auction: “After our record breaking successes last year, we're incredibly excited to announce our fifth Entertainment Memorabilia Live auction in London and pleased to be partnering with the exceptional team at ODEON again. Our auction on September 20th 2018 will once again raise the bar, presenting some of the most iconic cinematic artifacts of our time. We look forward to bringing together a global audience of film fans and collectors to London’s ODEON BFI IMAX for the two-week preview exhibition. Bidding commences online on Friday 31st August.”

Chris Bates, Commercial Director at ODEON UK & Ireland said: “We’re delighted to welcome back the iconic Prop Store exhibition to London’s BFI IMAX once again, for what we hope will be another record breaking year. The team at Prop Store continue to exceed themselves in curating an incredible collection of items up for auction, with this year’s list including a range of props from the Star Wars franchise, Titanic, Fight Club and Terminator. We very much look forward to welcoming film fans through our doors to get up close to some of film’s most iconic props, and to catch the latest and best entertainment on Britain’s biggest cinema screen.”

Auction items will be on display at a free exhibition open to the public at the BFI IMAX, Waterloo, London, England SE1 8XR from 10:00am to 9:30pm, 6th - 20th September 2018. Prop Store’s Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction, in partnership with the BFI IMAX proudly presented by ODEON, will take place at the BFI IMAX Waterloo (1 Charlie Chaplin Walk, London SE1 8XR) on Thursday 20th September from 12:00pm.

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