Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring

256 - Live Auction 2015 - The Witch King's Dagger Featured

Stock #47426

The Witch King's Prop Dagger from Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. Garnering numerous Academy Awards for Visual Effects, Makeup, Musical Score and Cinematography, this item came from the scene in which Frodo and the hobbits were ambushed on the hill at Weathertop by the Nazgûl. In the scene, Frodo used the One Ring and was stabbed by the Witch King, whose cursed Morgul dagger poisoned the young hobbit.

Constructed by the world-renowned Weta Workshop that gained notoriety for its achievements in designing and constructing props that were faithful to Tolkien's writing, this prop dagger features a jagged aluminium blade affixed to a ribbed resin handle with a pointed cross guard and spiked pommel. The dagger has been weathered in shades of faux silver and brown, giving it the appearance of rusted iron and is one of a small number of principal character Lord of the Rings pieces in private hands today. This particular piece was gifted to executives at Sideshow Toys who visited the set in 2002. As Sideshow Toys was licensed to distribute collectibles from The Lord of the Rings films, the principals were allowed to choose mementos from the set. It was at the request of director Peter Jackson that these select props be branded with a unique code and note of ownership. This item has been branded reading: "Witch King Dagger 12 June 02 l 0002 W Sideshow Toy."The piece exhibits minor wear due to production use; however it remains overall in very good condition. Dimensions: 66 cm x 18 cm x 3 cm (26” x 7” x 1”)

£25,000-30,000

Item size - 26.0" x 1.0" x 7.0" (66.04cm x 2.54cm x 17.78cm)

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

Rocketeer, The

314 - Live Auction 2015 - The Rocketeer's (Billy Campbell) Hero Helmet Featured

Stock #48308

The Rocketeer's (Bill Campbell) hero helmet from Joe Johnston's The Rocketeer. The Rocketeer used this distinctive helmet throughout the film, with this helmet used for the postairshow flight sequences and matched to behind the scenes stills and a cover shot for Cinefex magazine.

The helmet is made of Alumilite resin and features tinted eye lenses, a quilted helmet liner and a leather chin strap within. An arrangement of metal nuts – which Campbell was not particularly fond of during filming – holds the helmet’s eye lenses in place. The chin strap displays evidence of on-set repair including wrapped gaffers tape at one end. The helmet has been finished in faux-gold paint with distressing applied to make the helmet appear hard-worn from use in flight.

Displaying some wear from use on the production, including flakes in the paint finish on the faceplate and along the peak, the helmet remains in overall very good condition. Dimensions: 47 cm x 22 cm x 29 cm (18 ½” x 8 ¾” x 11 ½”)

£14,000-18,000

Item size - 18.5" x 8.66" x 11.42" (47.0cm x 22.0cm x 29.0cm)

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

23 September 2015 Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction

London Catalogue - Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction Featured

Stock #52072

Prop Store is proud to announce its upcoming Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction: Treasures from the World of Film & Television. In partnership with ODEON BFI IMAX for the auction, over 450 original props, costumes and rare production material lots will be available for bidding from more than 150 films and television shows. The auction takes places the ODEON BFI IMAX in Waterloo, London on 23rd September 2015. The spectacular live event will feature an interactive webcast with bidding available online, by phone or in person.

Prop Store and ODEON will also present a museum-grade, free-to-enter auction preview exhibition showcasing over 250 of the auction lots. This display, hosted at the venue from 9th September to auction day on the 23rd, will allow visitors the opportunity to get up close with these incredible pieces of entertainment history.

The auction suits all budgets, with items such as behind the scenes photographs from 2001: A Space Odyssey estimated at £40 to £60. At the other end of the spectrum is Leonard Nimoy’s Spock uniform from Star Trek, worn in the second season of the hit show, which is expected to fetch between £50,000 and £70,000.

To register to bid online, click here

This catalogue will ship from our London office from August 26th. To order an identical catalogue from our Los Angeles office, please click here.

The catalogue is 256 pages long, made using heavyweight paper, packed with full colour illustrations and descriptions.



PDF and interactive electronic catalogues are available electronically here.

Item size - 14.37" x 10.04" x 0.98" (36.5cm x 25.5cm x 2.5cm)

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

23 September 2015 Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction

Los Angeles Catalogue - Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction Featured

Stock #52135

Prop Store is proud to announce its upcoming Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction: Treasures from the World of Film & Television. In partnership with ODEON BFI IMAX for the auction, over 450 original props, costumes and rare production material lots will be available for bidding from more than 150 films and television shows. The auction takes places the ODEON BFI IMAX in Waterloo, London on 23rd September 2015. The spectacular live event will feature an interactive webcast with bidding available online, by phone or in person.

Prop Store and ODEON will also present a museum-grade, free-to-enter auction preview exhibition showcasing over 250 of the auction lots. This display, hosted at the venue from 9th September to auction day on the 23rd, will allow visitors the opportunity to get up close with these incredible pieces of entertainment history.

The auction suits all budgets, with items such as behind the scenes photographs from 2001: A Space Odyssey estimated at £40 to £60. At the other end of the spectrum is Leonard Nimoy’s Spock uniform from Star Trek, worn in the second season of the hit show, which is expected to fetch between £50,000 and £70,000.

To register to bid online, click here

This catalogue will ship from our Los Angeles office from August 26th. To order an identical catalogue from our London office, please click here

The catalogue is 256 pages long, made using heavyweight paper, packed with full colour illustrations and descriptions.



PDF and interactive electronic catalogues are available electronically here.

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

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