Who wouldn’t want to own a real prop from Star Wars movie sets? I know many of you would give a lot to have one, and here is your chance to get your hands on a prop and/or costume.
For a price.
Online auction marketplace Invaluable is giving you the chance to add priceless (though not for Mastercard) items via the Hollywood Auction 74 Star Wars Collection. This will be held on October 1, with a bunch of other memorabilia up for grabs.”
Here are the items you probably will be interested in, though.
Hollywood Auction 74 Star Wars Collection
Lot 1558: Carrie Fisher “Slave Leia” costume from Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi.
One of the most memorable costumes from the Star Wars franchise. In addition to the outfit, one-of-a-kind original wax Masters are included. The outfit and masters were worn in Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983). The collection comes with pencil drawings of the masters to fit Fisher and a letter of authenticity by Richard Miller, the original designer, sculptor, mold maker and painter of the costume.
If you’ve got $80,000-$120,000, go to this page to learn more.
Lot 1906: Howard Chaykin early advance Star Wars poster.
This one’s a little more affordable – $600-$800.
The first poster ever issued for Star Wars in 1977, though it was never distributed to theatres. Poster was rolled, never folded. Poster comes from the collection of Star Wars producer Gary Kurtz.
Lot 1544: “Rebel Fleet Trooper” helmet from Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope
If you thought the Princess Leia costume is ridiculously expensive, think again. This helmet will set you back anywhere between $150,000 and $250,000.
Original screen used “Rebel Fleet Trooper” helmet from Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (19770. One of the iconic, signature helmets worn by the Rebel Fleet Troopers in the first movie released of the Star Wars saga. “Exceedingly rare” helmet, as it’s the only original encountered.
Lot 1561: Section of the “Death Star” from Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi.
Vintage and original section from the “Death Star” used in Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi. 12.25 x 6 x 6 inches. Two “turboblaser” towers were strategically placed on the set piece. These miniature model sections were used to give forced perspective illusions of mass. In very fine condition.
I’m sure your heart is beating fast. Whether it’s because you want these so much or the prices are just out of this world (or both), I can’t blame you.
Still, a guy (or gal) can dream.