This weekend – 30th-31st August – Premiere Props, based in El Segundo, California, will be putting over 1,200 items of iconic movie and music memorabilia under the hammer.
The lots include:
- a signed colour photo from a vintage celebrity magazine of Frank Sinatra, estimated at $50-100
- a hand written note by Johnny Cash, estimated at $1,800-2,200
- original sound equipment and cases labelled ‘The Doors’ given to the tour manager from the band’s main manager in lieu of payment for repairs, estimated at $3,800-4,200
On the movie front, lots include:
- an original publicity still of Boris Karloff from 1935’s Bride of Frankenstein, estimated at $50-100
- an original hand drawn design sketch of Kiefer Sutherland’s vampire make-up from the production of 1987’s The Lost Boys, estimated at $150-250
- a life size ‘creature’ from M Night Shyamalan’s The Village, estimated at $2,400-2,600
- a life size replica figure of Charlton Heston, as Captain George Taylor in 1968’s Planet of the Apes, estimated at $2,300-2,600
- a screen worn costume worn by Keira Knightley when Arthur rescues her from dungeon in 2004’s King Arthur, estimated at $50-100
- a life size figure of Hugo Weaving’s character, Agent Smith, in the Matrix films, estimated at $900-1,100
- a stunt cutlass used by Orlando Bloom in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, estimated at $2,800-3,200
Other props up for grabs include those used in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Mr and Mrs Smith, a selection of James Bond films, Titanic and Notting Hill.
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