Now the power can be in the form of movie memorabilia with you.
At a time when the pockets of Star Wars may be dying, many expensive props and costumes will make their way to the auction block from next month’s auction. The list of movie collections to be put under the hammer includes Anakin Skywalker’s “Revenge of the Sith,” Stormtrooper’s helmet “Return of the Jedi,” and more.
These things are very expensive for the Prop Store in London and Los Angeles, which is not new in selling Star Wars tokens.
We’re excited to be back with another great collection of Star Wars treasures. “Fans will have the opportunity to capture truly iconic pieces of the Star Wars universe from New Hope (1979) to The Last Jedi (2017),” said Prop Store CEO Stephen Lane. These items will be sold at the company’s Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction in London from November 9 to 11, along with more than 1,000 props and costumes – although bids are also accepted online and by phone.
While the Skywalker’s headlights and Stormtrooper helmet are the main levers to hit the block, their estimated value of $ 82,440 and $ 206,000 doesn’t put them at the top of the price range. This slot is reserved for the ILM X winged light miniature of The Return of the Jedi, which is expected to sell for $ 412,200.
Other items to buy include Darth Maul’s “The Phantom Menace” ($ 82,440) lighting, and Blaster ($ 41,220), the protagonist of Senator Bail Organ’s “Revenge of the Sith.” The Story of Wars ”and“ Solo: The Story of Star Wars ”($ 206,100) and“ The Empire Back ($ 27,480) ”are rebel pistols.