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October 16 2014 Live Auction

Los Angeles Catalogue - Live Auction of Film & Television Artefacts Featured

Stock #40922

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 order your very own hard copy of the catalog here, due for release early September. This item ships from our Los Angeles office. To order an identical catalog from our London office, please click here.

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

PDF and interactive electronic catalogues are available electronically here.

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

Batman Forever

27 - Live Auction - Remote Control Batmobile Model Miniature Featured

Stock #35359

A remote control model miniature of the Batmobile from Joel Schumacher’s action sequel Batman Forever. This vehicle was most prominently used for the sequence in which Batman (Val Kilmer) evaded thugs working for Two-Face (Tommy Lee Jones) by driving up an alley wall. It was also used for shots in the film where a miniature was more suitable than the fullsize, practical vehicle.

The Batmobile drives via remote control and is built on an interior metal frame with engine components, drive motors, servos and a set of attached rubber wheels. The components are covered by a fibreglass body shell, which includes plastic tinted windows. A switch for the vehicle’s electronics is exposed on the right-hand side (the vehicle was shot from the opposite side.) A graphic is used to replicate the illuminated interior dressing components that are visible on the sides of the car.

In addition to the remote control drive system, the piece includes remote control headlights and wheel lights. A miniature jet engine used to create practical flames during filming is still present, however it is decommissioned for safety reasons. The underside of the vehicle features the exhaust used for elevating the Batmobile for the hook sequence.

The Batmobile miniature is in excellent condition and is supplied with a certificate of authenticity from Warner Brothers. Dimensions: 40 cm x 130 cm x 40 cm (15¾” x 51” x 15¾”)

This item contains electronic components. While every effort is made to describe them accurately, no guarantee or warranty is made as to functionality, lifespan or safety of those components. It is entirely incumbent on the new owner to satisfy themselves as to their safe use and maintenance.

£20,000-30,000

Item size - 15.75" x 15.75" x 51.18" (40.0cm x 40.0cm x 130.0cm)

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

October 16 2014 Live Auction

London Catalogue - Live Auction of Film & Television Artefacts 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 order your very own hard copy of the catalogue here, due for release early September. This item ships from our London office. To order an identical catalog from our Los Angeles office, please click here

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

PDF and interactive electronic catalogues are available electronically here.

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

Item size - 10.63" x 1.57" x 14.57" (27.0cm x 4.0cm x 37.0cm)

V For Vendetta

V Mask

Stock #40808

A V Mask worn in James McTeigue's 2005 political thriller, V for Vendetta. In the film, a masked vigilante known as 'V' enlists the help of a young woman named Evey (Natalie Portman) in overthrowing a tyrannical futuristic British government. Masks of this style can be seen worn by the crowds in London who gather in support of V on Guy Fawkes Day, 5 November. The mask is made from sturdy plastic and has been lined with foam pads at the forehead and cheeks to allow comfort for the actors. Threaded through the sides of the mask is an elastic band, which was worn behind the head, securing the mask in place.

This item exhibits minor wear from production use, however it remains in overall very good worn condition.

Item size - 4.5" x 8.0" x 6.5" (11.43cm x 20.32cm x 16.51cm)

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

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