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Muppets Most Wanted

Insert Clapperboard Display Featured

Stock #38194

A clapperboard used in the production of the modern Muppets sequel Muppets Most Wanted. Arrested in an unfortunate case of mistaken identity, Kermit the Frog must enlist the help of his Muppet friends to escape a Siberian gulag, clear his name and bring his nefarious doppelganger, the criminal mastermind Constantine, to justice.

One of the most iconic and memorable aspects of the movie making industry has to be the clapperboard. For decades this has been a vital piece of equipment that enables not just sound and image to be synchronised, but to also advise the viewer of the raw footage the exact details of the upcoming shot. The simple monochromatic device has become a symbolic image synonymous with films, and is still used to this day.

This insert clapperboard was used for close-up shots where a larger clapperboard was inappropriate for use. The clapper is made of acrylic with the early logo for “The Muppets: Take 2” at the top. The name of director James Bobin has been laser cut into the board, while the name of second unit Director of Photography Michael Burgess is taped over the bottom. The slate has remnants of black marker on it from use, with a printed label denoting the last day of its use as 28th March 2013. The clapper sticks, which are made of wood, remain loose and deliver a sharp snap when closed.

Well used on the production, the clapperboard remains in very good condition and comes presented in a custom framed display featuring the film’s title and poster artwork and an opening front panel allowing direct access to the piece.

Item size - 2.36" x 19.69" x 14.17" (6.0cm x 50.0cm x 36.0cm)

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

47 Ronin

Tiger Samurai Warrior Costume Featured

Stock #38152

A Tiger Samurai Warrior Costume worn in Carl Rinsch's 2013 adaptation of the classic Japanese legend, 47 Ronin. In the film, a band of 47 warriors set out to avenge the death and dishonor of their master, Lord Asano (Min Tanaka). Costumes of this style can be seen worn by a large clan of Samurai warriors who arrive with Lord Kira (Tadanobu Asano) in preparation for a duel in honor of Shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa).

This costume consists of a faux tiger head helmet, rubber yodare kake neck guard, soft fur dô body armor with attached sode shoulder guards, leather kote arm guards, haidate thigh armor, large black kimono, hakama pants, leather suneate shin guards, and hakama pants. The headdress features a tiger head that is made from dense foam and resin, and is built around a sturdy plastic bicycle helmet. The head of the tiger is made from a faux tiger print fur, which extends down to a pelt of authentic fur (believed to be from a fox) that has been dyed and painted to match the fake tiger fur on the headdress. The dô, sode, and haidate, have been crafted from a faux tiger fabric that has a black leather trim. Both the kote and suneate guards are made from leather and include cords to tighten around wrist and shins. Paired with the fur armor is a black cotton kimono and beige hakama pants.

This costume features minor wear due to production use (see photos), however it remains in otherwise very good worn condition.

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

Prop Store - London

Live Auction of Film & Television Artefacts Catalogue (Pre-Order) Featured

Stock #39127

Prop Store is proud to announce it’s partnered with Vue Entertainment to launch its first live auction. In the most exciting sale of its kind, Over 375 original film and television props and costumes will go under the hammer in October, at Vue’s flagship cinema in Westfield, London. Members of the public will be able to get up close and personal with some of the most valuable and iconic pieces on offer via a free two week exhibition at Vue Westfield from 1st October.

With a catalogue to suit all budgets, one of the least expensive items up for grabs is a film crew jacket from the set of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, estimated to go for an affordable £80, while the most lucrative prop being auctioned is the aluminum chair, designed as a concept for Dune, created by the late H.R Giger and is expected to fetch up to £80,000.

You can pre-order your very own hard copy of the catalogue here, due for release early September.

The catalogue is 224 pages long, made using heavyweight paper, packed with full colour illustrations and descriptions.

PDF and interactive electronic downloads will also be available free of charge in September.

Approximate shipping charges (per catalogue) -
UK : £13
USA : $33

John Carter

Zodanga Soldier's Partial Costume

Stock #39319

A Zodanga Soldier's Partial Costume worn in Andrew Stanton's adaptation of the comic series, John Carter. The film follows Confederate Army Captain John Carter (Taylor Kitsch) on an interplanetary adventure to Mars where he finds himself in the middle of a great war. Costumes of this style can be seen worn by the Zodanga Soldiers throughout the film.

This uniform consists of an armored helmet, shoulder plate armor, half breastplate, cape, and shoes. Most of the plated armor has been cast from vacuformed plastic, allowing it to be lightweight while still resembling sturdy armor. The helmet features a static visor and has been outfitted with foam padding and an elastic cord for a comfortable fit. Inside the helmet are two strips of tape that read "Karin" and "Raynick."

The body armor is made from a variety of materials and protects most of the left side of the body, while leaving the right side largely exposed. The plating is made from vacuform plastic and is attached to a layer of handcrafted studded leather. Branching out from the metal crest on the chest are two straps that tie to the back of the armor. Tied to the armor is a production distressed red cape.

Worn around the feet are a pair of custom made leather shoes that have been decorated with rubber platting. The shoes do not have any marked size, however each features a strip of tape in the interior that is marked "301."

Due to production use and distressing, this costume features some wear with a small break in the visor of the helmet, and some loose stitching in the leather of the body armor, however it remains in overall very good worn condition.

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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