Would you like to be the proud owner of Tom Cruise’s actual fighter pilot helmet from “Top Gun?” What about Robin Williams’ Peter Pan sword in “Hook?”
If you have a few hundred thousand dollars lying around, you’ll be able to purchase these iconic pieces of movie and pop culture memorabilia this coming August.
Los Angeles and London-based Prop Store, a well-known vendor for movie props and costumes founded in 1998 by collector and archivist Stephen Lane, will auction off more than 850 items for the first time ever.
According to TMZ, the auction is set to raise more than $6 million.
Cruise’s aforementioned helmet is priced at $50-$70k, while Williams' weapon is expected to go from anywhere between $12k-$16K, according to Variety.
Check out some of the other iconic items that’ll be up for grabs:
- The 11-foot model Nostromo spaceship from "Alien" will likely be auctioned off around $300k-$500k
- Alfred Hitchcock’s camera used to film the 1958 film “Vertigo” is expected to bring in anywhere between $50k-$70k
- Sylvester Stallone’s boxing gloves from “Rocky” for $12k-$16k
- Egon Spengler’s (Harold Ramis) “Ghostbusters II” uniform patch may be the most affordable thing on the list at $1,500 - $2,500
- The jacket worn by Louise (Susan Sarandon) in “Thelma & Louise” for $2,000-$3,000
- Rick Dalton’s (Leonardo DiCaprio) yellow Cadillac Coupe de Ville from $45K-$55k and Cliff Booth’s (Brad Pitt) Blue Karmann Ghia from $20k-$30k. Both cars are from the Oscar-winning film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”
- Ron Burgundy’s (Will Ferrell) blue suit from “Anchorman” for $3000-$5,000
And, of course, there is something for die-hard “Star Wars” fans.
Darth Vader’s promotional costume and helmet from “A New Hope” is up for grabs for anywhere between $150k-$250k. Obi-Wan Kenobi’s (Ewan McGregor) dueling lightsaber hilt is also available for $25-$35k.
Due to the pandemic, the auction will take place virtually on August 27 and 28. It can be live streamed and bid on from the comfort of your home. You can register now.
Time to break open that piggy bank!