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League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen Captain Nemo's Full Size, Practical Nautilus Car
 
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Set in an alternate version of the late 19th Century, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is a unique story featuring an odd assortment of legendary fictional Victorian characters who join up to foil "The Fantom" who is trying to start a World War. The League consists of Allan Quatermaine (Sean Connery), Captain Nemo (Maseeruddin Shah), Mina Harker (Peta Wilson), Dorian Gray (Stuart Townsend), Tom Sawyer (Shane West), Dr Jekyll (Jason Flemyng) and Rodney Skinner AKA The Invisible Man (Tony Curran). This amazing adventure came from the creative mind of Alan Moore who is responsible for some of the renowned graphic novels of recent years including V For Vendetta, Watchmen and From Hell. Although the movie is star studded and was made on a very high budget, it seems to be Captain Nemo's immense car which captured the imagination of the cinema going public. The striking vehicle was used for a number of scenes and even featured on the poster. The Nautilus Car was designed by Carol Spier and of course entirely custom made for the production. The basic starting point, the chassis, is from a Land Rover Fire Tender. A unique fibreglass body was then added and a steel sub frame then constructed in the engine bay to house the Rover V8 engine required to power it. 6 enormous wheels, measuring 28 inches (72 cm) in diameter complete the basic car. The whole car also raises and lowers itself in spectacular style via a powerful hydraulic system. It is the detail and finish on the car is what really sets it apart from any other vehicle ever seen on the silver screen. Captain Nemo, also known as Prince Dakkar, was created by Jules Verne in 1870. The classic Nemo was the son of the Raja of Bundelkund. Moore's comic book version suggests he might be a Sikh. The Hindu heritage is very prominent in the detailing and the accoutrements adorning the vehicle. To the front, either side of a vast decorative radiator grille are two representations of Ganesha, the Hindu deity. The elephant motif is repeated on the door handles. Other panels and sections all over the car feature carvings of Gods and symbols. These spectacular flourishes are finished in a gold colour dressed down by the art department to look aged and weathered. The same level of attention continues within the cockpit area with intricate mouldings and decorations throughout. The upholstery is faux light brown leather with a Silver band running along the top. The back seat is curved. The off white paint work is finished in a flat tone with a deliberately cracked and crazed finish. There are some minor repairs and changes in colour dotted around the bodywork, evidence of running repairs on-going during filming. The original hard top is no longer present. There were only 2 cars made for filming, this one is the only complete running version. The other had scaffolding permanently fixed around the seats to house the cameras for close ups on the actors. This car is spectacular. It measures 22 feet long and 9 feet wide. It is not suitable or legal for road use but the car still runs beautifully and retains most of its original functionality. The car will, according to those who have driven it, reach 80 miles an hours and will corner superbly! Since filming completed the car has featured at motor shows in Essen Germany and in London. It also starred in the famous Lord Mayors Parade in London. For more 'Extraordinary' movie memorabilia, check out the official Prop Store website: http://www.propstore.com/category/movie-props/
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The Prop Store - Nostromo Project (FULL)
 
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This is a 10-minute version of the work Grant McCune Design's modelers did to restore the Nostromo from the original "Alien" movie. The Nostromo is now in it's home at the Prop Store of London's LA facility. Check out phases 1 thru 4 for more detailed accounts of each phase of restoration. Explore a whole new online universe at the official Prop Store website: http://www.propstore.com/category/movie-props/
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The Prop Store - Nostromo Project - Phase 4 (Final)
 
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This video documents the final phase of restoration of the original Nostromo model miniature by The Prop Store Of London www.propstore.com
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Green Mile Chair
 
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An interesting video from the making of The Green Mile showing the electric chair in action and how it was created. Electrify yourself with more exciting movie memorabilia props at the official Prop Store website: http://www.propstore.com/
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The Prop Store Nostromo Project
 
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This video documents the restoration of the original Nostromo model miniature by The Prop Store Of London For more 'out of this world' movie memorabilia, check out our official Prop Store website: http://www.propstore.com/
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The Prop Store - Nostromo Project - Phase 3
 
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This video documents phase 3 of the restoration of the original Nostromo model miniature by The Prop Store Of London www.propstore.com
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Lot 212 The League of Extraordinary Gentleman - Captain Nemo’s (Naseeruddin Shah) Nautilus Car
 
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Captain Nemo’s (Maseeruddin Shah) hero Nautilus car from Stephen Norrington’s fantasy adventure The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. This car was used throughout the film as the League hunted down Moriarty (Richard Roxburgh) and was also featured extensively on the film’s posters. The Prop Store Live Auction in partnership with Vue Cinemas 375 original film props and costumes available at live auction For more live auction info, visit our official Prop Store website: www.propstore.com/liveauction
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THE TWILIGHT SAGA AUCTION - Actual Jewelry from the Twilight Films
 
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Register for Prop Store's The Twilight Saga Online Auction (November 6-17, 2017) today: https://propstoreauction.com/view-auctions/info/id/109/ Matt Truex and Brian Cordoba of Prop Store take a look at several pieces of prop jewelry used in the production of The Twilight saga films available in The Twilight Saga Auction. Sink your fangs into these gorgeous pieces of jewelry at Prop Store's The Twilight Saga Auction today! http://www.twilightsagaauction.com/
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Dressing with Hannibal: Suits and Straitjackets in the Hannibal: The Complete Series Auction
 
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Prop Store researcher/copywriter, Brian, gives a rundown of some of his favorite Hannibal Lecter wardrobe lots being sold in the Hannibal: The Complete Series Auction at propstore.com. This collection is sure to please both Fannibals and fashionistas alike.
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Lot 211 The Last Samurai - Complete Ujio (Hiroyuki Sanada) Samurai Warrior Costume
 
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A complete samurai costume worn by Ujio (Hiroyuki Sanada) in Edward Zwick’s period war epic The Last Samurai. Designed to replicate authentic period samurai armour, this costume consists of 17 separate pieces that are applied in layers to create a complete look. This piece will be on offer at Prop Store's live auction held on October 16th at VUE Cinemas' Westfield location, White City, London. The piece will also be on exhibition on October 1st through to the auction event. The Prop Store Live Auction in partnership with Vue Cinemas 375 original film props and costumes available at live auction For more info visit www.propstore.com/liveauction
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The Gray - Mechanical Alpha Wolf Puppet
 
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This is the original Alpha Male black wolf seen in the 2011 thriller The Grey. This is the main wolf that stalked Ottway (Liam Neeson) and his group of survivors through the Alaska wilderness, and eventually the main showdown between the alpha and Ottway in the finale of the film. This piece was used on screen with the actors, and in certain scenes the eyes were replaced with CGI to give the wolf a more menacing look. This faux wolf is made from a metal under-structure that is covered in foam and black, white and silver faux hair. This piece has a metal rod protruding from the back end that is attached to a metal base structure to hold the wolf in the upright position. Best of all this wolf features a mechanical jaw and head, that when controlled features movable ears, mouth, eyes, and the ability to move its head up and down and in the right and left positions, as well as poseable limbs and tail. This piece also features a series of tubes running into the mouth that are connected to small plastic plungers on the back end to squeeze faux blood out of to simulate a real life wolf bite on screen with the actors. The mechanics of the wolf are controlled by a series of various metal cords coming out of the back end, but are no longer in functioning order. This item measures an impressive 63" x 42" x 17" (160cm x 106cm x 43cm) and is in good condition (see photos). More items to be hunted for at the official Prop Store website: http://www.propstore.com/category/movie-props/
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Lot 116 H. R. Giger - Giger Owned Aluminum Harkonnen “Capo” Chair
 
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A limited edition Harkonnen “Capo” chair created and personally owned by the late H.R. Giger. The Harkonnen chairs were limited to a very short production run, and this particular chair was displayed in Giger's own home as well as in touring exhibitions. Originally conceived as part of the concept development for Alejandro Jodorowsky’s adaptation of Dune, the Capo chair was intended for use by the Baron Harkonnen (Orson Welles was provisionally cast in the role). H.R. Giger was one of the principal concept artists working on the production, however the film’s collapse, due to a spiralling budget, and a new vision by director David Lynch meant Giger’s designs were ultimately unused. Made of aluminium, the Capo Chair is designed to appear as though it is made from human bones, with a spine and a long line of ribs running down the back of the chair, a pelvis above the head and three nose-less skulls adorning the top. Armrests are present at either side, and the four-legged stand allows the seat to rotate. A moulded rubber cushion is fitted into the back for comfort. This particular chair was one of the earliest to be produced (circa mid-1990s) and was acquired directly from Giger. Production of this model of Harkonnen chair has long ceased. The untimely passing of the artist may prevent any further editions of this chair from being produced. The piece remains in very good condition. Dimensions: 80 cm x 70 cm x 195 cm (31½” x 27½” x 76¾”) £60,000-80,000 The Prop Store Live Auction in partnership with Vue Cinemas 378 original film props and costumes available at live auction For more info visit www.propstore.com/liveauction
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Cooking with Hannibal: Culinary Props and Costumes from Hannibal: The Complete Series Auction
 
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Prop Store researcher/copywriter, Brian, takes Fannibals on a behind-the-scenes tour of Hannibal Lecter's kitchen. All of the items featured are currently for sale in the Hannibal: The Complete Series Auction hosted at propstore.com
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THE TWILIGHT SAGA AUCTION - Villain Costumes Actually Worn in the Films
 
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Register for Prop Store's The Twilight Saga Online Auction (November 6-17, 2017) today: https://propstoreauction.com/view-auctions/info/id/109/ Matt Truex and Brian Cordoba of Prop Store take a look at several villain costumes used in the production of The Twilight saga films available in The Twilight Saga Auction. Sink your fangs into these gorgeous pieces of jewelry at Prop Store's The Twilight Saga Auction today! http://www.twilightsagaauction.com/
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STARSHIP TROOPERS - Original Bug Maquettes
 
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PROP STORE'S PHIL TIPPETT AUCTION Lots 414, 431 and 366 from STARSHIP TROOEPRS - Original Bug Maquettes Lots 414 - Hopper Bug Maquette, 431 Warrior Bug Maquette and Tippett Studio Crate, and 366 Brain Bug Maquette. Sculpted by Peter Konig these maquettes are cast in resin and feature stunning paint detail. Each is available in its own seperate lot in the Phil Tippett Auction! Everybody fights, nobody quits. Welcome roughnecks! http://propstoreauction.com/view-auctions/catalog/id/48/
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Prop Store's Pacific Rim Online Auction - Mechanical Kaiju Skinmite
 
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A Mechanical Kaiju Skinmite from Guillermo Del Toro’s 2013 mega monster movie Pacific Rim. In the film, a race of monsters, called ‘Kaiju,’ terrorize earth, so humans build a team of massive robots, called ‘Jaegers,’ to battle the monsters and save the world. When Newton Geiszler (Charlie Day) and Hannibal Chau (Ron Perlman) visit the carcass of a fallen Kaiju, this little bug can be seen wiggling and squirming as a scavenger grabs it from the Kaiju skin and places it in a box. This piece is currently on offer only at propstore.com.
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FURY AUCTION Lot 50: Boyd "Bible Swan's (Shia LaBeouf) Tanker Uniform
 
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Boyd “Bible” Swan’s (Shia LaBeouf) TEC 5 tanker uniform from David Ayer’s war drama Fury. As Fury’s gunner, Bible was seen dawning his tanker uniform throughout the film. The uniform consists of a tanker helmet, a pair of dog tags, green wool BDU shirt (Size 15 x 32), a green herringbone jacket (Size 38 R), a tanker jacket, tan leather gloves (Size large), a faux gold band ring, a stained leather gun holster, a dense urethane Colt M1911A1, green wool pants (size 34), a green nylon web belt with a brass buckle, a camo scarf, a pair of green nylon lace up gaiters, and a pair of leather boots . The BDU shirt features a small pouch sewn into the neck for the use of a microphone rig during production and a tag marked “B” in black ink, likely for Bible, is found on the inner right hip. The herringbone style shirt features metal buttons and cuts short at the midriff. A white tag marked “Bible” in black ink remains safety pinned to the interior neck tag. The shirts and jacket are all decorated with TEC 5 chevrons stitched into either shoulder. The included dog tags hang from a length of ball-chain and read “Boyd S Swan.” The pants are marked “231” in red ink and on an interior tag with blue ink. The included tanker helmet is constructed of a resin shell lined with leather interior and features leather ear flaps with embedded earphones. The helmet is detailed with various leather straps, metal buttons and plastic goggles lined with rubber. A length of tape inside the helmet is marked “Shia (small)” in black ink. All items in this lot have sustained grease and mud stains from production, but remain in otherwise good condition. Dimensions (helmet): 8” x 8” x 9” (20 cm x 20 cm x 23 cm) Please note that in order to conform to legal restrictions an orange plastic tip has been added after the production.
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Small Soldiers - Kip Killigan
 
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An original Commando Elite Figure from the 1996 family film, Small Soldiers. This figure is of Kip Killigan, a cigar smoking commando whose weapon of choice is an over-sized shuriken. His muscular figure is primarily made of resin including his attached ammo belt. Please note that some of his bullets have fallen off and he has only one of his two shurikens (see photos). His bandana and gloves, however, are made of rubber. His arms have also been mismatched. On the back side of Kip Killigan are a number of cut wires that originally powered him and gave the puppeteer control over his movements. While some of the cables are still present, he is not currently animatronic. The soldier comes mounted on a black wooden base. On the front of the stand is the films title logo, which can light up by using a button on the back side of the base. His belt can also light up with the press of a switch. The figure's parts have some wear due to production use (see photos), but he remains in overall good condition and measures approximately 16" x 9" (41cm x 23cm). For more movie memorabilia products, check out our official Prop Store website: http://www.propstore.com/
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Hallucinating with Will: Props and Effects Pieces from the Hannibal: The Complete Series Auction
 
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Prop Store's GM, Dan, gives Fannibals a look at some of the creepy and cool things that Will Graham hallucinates in the show. All of these items are currently for sale in the Hannibal: The Complete Series Auction hosted at propstore.com
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GI Joe: Retaliation - Storm Shadow Hero Linking Swords
 
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A set of Storm Shadow's (Byung-huh Lee) Hero Linking Swords from Jon M. Chu's 2013 action adventure, G.I. Joe: Retaliation. In the film, Storm Shadow uses these weapons when rescuing Cobra Commander before his eventual alliance with the G.I. Joes. These hero swords were created for use in close-ups when the two swords had to be seen being functional and connecting with each other. The blades are made of polished metal and feature the Arashikage clan logo engraved in the lower portion of the blade and painted a deep red color. The guard of the both swords feature a distinct, flower-like shape with inner petals cut out. The handles feature resin white sides that have been wrapped with white leather strips in a tight braid, and a small silver button towards the end of the sword. On the longer sword, that button ejects the locking arm to join the swords together as a singular weapon. The swords show light wear from production, both with small blemishes and scratches on the blade and light damage to the braids on the handle. The pieces are still functional though and remain in great, production used condition. Become a hero today with more movie memorabilia at the official Prop Store website: http://www.propstore.com/
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Lot 367 Excalibur - Mordred’s (Robert Addie) Complete Suit of Golden Armour
 
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A suit of armour worn by Mordred (Robert Addie), the resentful son of Arthur, in John Boorman’s fantasy adventure Excalibur. The grown-up Mordred wore this suit during the later scenes of the movie when all but a few of Arthur’s men had died in pursuit of the holy grail, and Mordred challenged his father for the throne. Handmade by legendary armourer Terry English in ‘gold’-sprayed aluminium, this was the only suit of elder Mordred armour made for the film. The suit consists of a chest and back plate, arms, gauntlets, scaled skirt, leg and foot guards and a chainmail neck piece. English made the instantly recognisable aluminium helmet after production for display purposes, as the fibreglass version was lost. The piece is embellished with rivets, spikes and muscular definition and held together with leather straps and metal buckles. A number of unique marks on the chest and arms screen match. The set was used in countless stunts and action sequences, which left the suit with a number of scratches and repairs. Most notably, the breastplate was modified for the shot in which Mordred is mortally wounded through the chest by Excalibur, and re-shoots required English to repair the hole. The repair is visible on screen, as is ‘gold’-painted Gafer tape attached to the lower bicep. Overall, the suit remains in very good condition, though some of the gold paint is scuffed, several scales are lost and the leather straps are fragile. The legs are marked "Eric" for use in a subsequent production. Dressed height: 180 cm (71”) tall £18,000-20,000 The Prop Store Live Auction in partnership with Vue Cinemas 378 original film props and costumes available at live auction For more info visit www.propstore.com/liveauction
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Prop Store at Comic Con 2014 - Stephen Lane's Booth Tour
 
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Prop Store founder Stephen Lane takes you on a tour of Prop Store's 2014 San Diego Comic Con booth. Stephen elaborates on several pieces to be featured in Prop Store's first Live Auction, taking place at VUE Cinemas in White City London on October 16th. These pieces will also be on exhibit at the same location from October 1st to the 16th. Lot 100 - Complete Mangalore Creature Costum Display & Rifle The Fifth Element (1997) Estimate: £8,000 - £10,000 ($13,700 - $17,100) Lot 27 - Remote Control Batmobile Model Miniature Batman Forever (1995) Estimate: £20,000 - £30,000 ($34,200 - $50,000) Lot 21 - Battle-Damaged Michael Keaton Batsuit & Bat Emblem Batman (1989) Estimate: £10,000 - £15,000 ($17,100 - $25,600)
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Behind The Scenes -  Listed Aisle
 
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Where does Prop Store keep all those collectables? How does Prop Store keep everything organized? Find out these answers by watching a special BTS video of the Listed Aisle. Be sure to watch BTS-Photography and BTS-Shipping also on Prop Stores YouTube Channel.
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RICK BAKER AUCTION - Lot 130 - Mohawk Puppet - Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)
 
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A Mohawk puppet from Joe Dante's horror comedy Gremlins 2: The New Batch. This Mohawk served as one of the primary Gremlins in the film and eventually transformed into the Spider Gremlin. This foam latex Gremlin is finished with a black and brown color scheme and features detailed cable controlled eyes, ears, and puppet arms. Each arm features metal puppet arms with trigger controls covered by black nylon to hide puppeteers’ arms. The Gremlin is presented on a PVC pipe rig mounted to a wooden base. This piece has undergone sympathetic conservation and stabilization; additional information available upon inquiry. The puppet displays some wear from production and age, such as hardened, cracked foam latex. This Mohawk remains in fair condition. Dimensions: 23” x 29” x 32” (58 cm x 74 cm x 81 cm) Register and Bid on the Rick Baker Auction here: http://propstore.auctionserver.net/view-auctions/catalog/id/22/
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Lot 344 Star Trek: TNG & Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Ambassador-Class Starship Model Miniature
 
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A Federation Ambassador-class starship model miniature from the sci-fi television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, later redressed and reused in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. For The Next Generation, the model served as both the USS Zhukov in the fourth season episode “Data’s Day”, and the USS Excalibur in the fifth season episode “Redemption II”. It was later redressed and used again as the USS Yamaguchi in the Deep Space Nine episode “Emissary”. The starship model is made of resin with internal fibreglass reinforcement and an array of styrene rib detailing running across the hull and nacelles. The shuttle bay at the rear of the ship is exposed revealing internal cabling. The model has a blue and grey paint finish with additional blue and faux gold detailing on the nacelles and deflector dish. White appliqué panels are applied on the saucer as part of the Yamaguchi transformation. Red and black Starfleet decals are applied to the exterior of the vessel. The Excalibur’s registration number “NCC-26517” is applied on the underside of the saucer dish and a decal displaying the name “Excalibur” is applied beneath the shuttle bay. Decals with the number “NCC-26510” and the name “USS Yamaguchi” have been applied across the top of the saucer with “NCC-26510” decals on the port side of the nacelles. Internal lights are fitted across the saucer, hull and nacelles with lights fitted behind transparent red plastic diffusers on the nacelles and the rear of the saucer. Additional lights run through the body of the starship to replicate the look of lit windows, all of which are powered using a cable running from the saucer section of the ship. Well-used in the Star Trek saga, certain decals have come away or show wear from use and age, with the model exhibiting minor cracks and wear to the paint finish. The model is presented on a custom made, poseable display and remains overall in very good condition. The piece was originally sold in CBS-Paramount’s 2006 40 Years of Star Trek auction. Dimensions: 65 cm x 110 cm x 41 cm (25 ½” x 43 ½” x 16 ¼”) As this item contains electronic components, every effort has been made to describe them accurately; however 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. £40,000 - 60,000 The Prop Store Live Auction in partnership with ODEON and BFI IMAX 471 original film props and costumes available at live auction For more info visit www.propstore.com/liveauction
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Lot 3 Alien - Ripley’s (Sigourney Weaver) Flamethrower
 
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A prop flamethrower used by Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) in Ridley Scott’s sci-fi thriller Alien. This style of “incinerator unit” was used by Ripley as well as the Nostromo’s captain, Dallas (Tom Skerritt), as the dwindling crew tried to escape their ship and kill the alien life-form on board. It screen matches the flamethrower used by Ripley as she fled the ship. The Prop Store Live Auction in partnership with Vue Cinemas 375 original film props and costumes available at live auction For more info visit www.propstore.com/liveauction
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RICK BAKER AUCTION - Lot 131 - Mechanical Bat Gremlin Puppet - Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)
 
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A mechanical bat Gremlin puppet from Joe Dante's horror comedy Gremlins 2: The New Batch. This puppet and its integral telemetry controls was used to shoot close-ups of the bat Gremlin, such as its overhead attack sequence. The foam latex puppet features purple and green paint detail to appear lifelike, resin teeth, red acrylic eyes, and nylon fabric wings. Each wing features a metal control rod with padded grips. The puppets feet and legs were designed with cable controls running up through the tips of the Gremlin’s ears and then to telemetry controls. The puppet was operated by two puppeteers at a time: one puppeteer would control the wings using two control rods while another puppeteer would operate the feet using telemetry controls. The bat Gremlin is mounted on a metal stand attached to a wooden base. This piece has undergone sympathetic conservation and stabilization; additional information available upon inquiry. The puppet displays some wear from production and age, such as hardened, cracked foam latex. Overall this bat Gremlin remains in fair condition. Dimensions: 24" x 44" x 72" (61 cm x 112 cm x 183 cm) Register and Bid on the Rick Baker Auction here: http://propstore.auctionserver.net/view-auctions/catalog/id/22/
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RUSH Auction -- Niki Lauda's (Daniel Brühl) Ferrari 312T Replica Race Car
 
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Click the following link to bid on this amazing car! http://propstore.auctionserver.net/view-auctions/catalog/id/4/lot/121/?url=%2Fview-auctions%2Fcatalog%2Fid%2F4%2F A replica Ferrari 312T race car used in the production of Ron Howard's 2013 sports-drama, Rush. Based on a true story, the film follows racing icons Niki Lauda (Daniel Brühl) and James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth) during their infamous 1976 Formula One season. As their rivalry on and off the track begins to take its toll, a near-fatal injury leaves Lauda fighting for the championship and Hunt in pole position to take the title. This is Niki Lauda's Ferrari 312T Formula One car made for the Ron Howard 2013 biopic Rush. The Ferrari 312T was the model used in the early part of the 1976 season prior to a change in regulations demanding the removal of the 'high' air box seen here. Only nine 'movie copies' were made for the movie; the rest were actually real vintage race cars from the era loaned to the production. The shell of the car is fibreglass and metal painted the iconic Ferrari red with white decals, and plain metal front and rear wings. Heuer, Agip and Goodyear sponsor logos are dotted around, and the championship winner "1" sits proudly on the nose and either side of the air intake next to "Niki Lauda" in flowing white script. This model is fitted with wet tyres and a padded steering wheel. The cockpit is simple with a small round headrest, red safety harness and metal fixtures that would have held a fire extinguisher with a clear plastic screen across the front. The chassis were adapted to enable a number of different shells to be fitted, which allowed the main racer's cars to be called into existence without the need for a full complement of cars. So good were these copies that from a distance not even actual 1976 mechanics could identify the difference between them and the originals. It is believed that this particular vehicle is built upon a Formula Ford chassis supplied by French racing car manufacturer, Mygale and has a 2-litre Duratec Ford engine with a dry sump lubrication system and Hewland FT200 H pattern change gearbox. It has been emptied of all fuel and fluids and the battery has been removed. Overall it measures 460cm long, 130cm tall and 200cm wide (181 x 51.25 x 78.75"), weighing approximately 500kg. There is a small crack in the right-hand side of the screen but it otherwise remains in very good production used condition. Also included is a generic pit-lane jack. Please note this is an oversized listing and will require a specialist freight service to ship. If you are interested in bidding you are strongly recommended to request a shipping quote. This car is substantially modified from its original engineering and should not be used to drive. It is sold in a static 'rolling only' condition, drained of all fluids and battery removed. This prop is an original asset used in the production of the 2013 film RUSH. The asset is made available through a partnership between Prop Store and Exclusive Media. This is not a replica, but rather an original piece from the making of the film. Speed off quickly onto the official Prop Store website: http://www.propstore.com/
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Lot #490 - STAR WARS: RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983) - ILM Y-Wing Model Miniature
 
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The ILM Y-Wing Model Miniature will be up for auction in the Prop Store Live Auction will take place on Tuesday September 26th 2017 at the London BFI IMAX in Waterloo, with a three-week free entry Preview Exhibition running from the 7th - 26th September. Bidding will be available online, by phone or in person and you can register to bid at propstore.com/liveauction
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ENDER'S GAME - Spotlight on Flash Suit Helmets
 
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Entertainment, Prop Store is pleased to present an exclusive auction of over 400 original props, costumes and set decoration pieces used in the making of Ender’s Game. Register to bid now at: http://propstore.auctionserver.net/view-auctions/info/id/21/
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RICK BAKER ONLINE AUCTION Lot 86: GREMLINS 2 - Lenny Telemetric Puppet Rig
 
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A Lenny telemetry puppet rig from Joe Dante's horror comedy Gremlins 2: The New Batch. This Lenny puppet was used for more intricate movements during production and was operated by multiple puppeteers. One puppeteer would control Lenny's arms using two control arms, while another puppeteer would operate his neck using joystick controls. Lenny’s facial expressions were computer controlled. This Lenny puppet is constructed of a metal skeleton armature and a plastic shell with several cable controls running from its back to the attached control mechanisms. The face is wired with several servo motors used to control the eyes, mouth, tongue, and ears. The puppet is mounted to a rolling black wooden rig labeled “Lenny," which features a latched removable box to protect the puppet. The puppet’s foam latex skin is fully painted and has dried with age. The entire rig shows some wear from use during production and age, with a significant rip under the right side of the puppet’s jaw and further small cracks or injuries to the skin. The puppet remains in otherwise fair condition. Dimensions: 122" x 28" x 73" (310 cm x 71 cm x 185 cm) Register now: http://propstore.auctionserver.net/view-auctions/info/id/29/
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Prop Store at Comic Con 2014 - Brandon Alinger's Booth Tour
 
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Prop Store COO Brandon Alinger takes you on a tour of Prop Store's 2014 San Diego Comic Con booth. Brandon elaborates on several pieces to be featured in Prop Store's first Live Auction, taking place at VUE Cinemas in White City London on October 16th. These pieces will also be on exhibit at the same location from October 1st to the 16th. Lot 325 "Blue Harvest" Production Crew Cap Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983) Estimate: £400 - £600 ($700 - $1,000) Lot 327 - Jabba the Hutt's Barge Gargoyle Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983) Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000 ($2,600 - $3,500) Lot 328 - X-Wing Blocking Shot Miniature Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983) Estimate: £2,500 - £3,500 ($4,300 - $6,000) Lot 307 - Death Star Gun Tower Star Wars: A New Hope (1977) Estimate: £ 6,000- £8,000 ($10,300 - $13,700 ) Lot 331 - Death Star Gun Tower Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983) Estimate: £ 6,000- £8,000 ($10,300 - $13,700 ) Lot 306 - C-3PO (Anthony Daniels) Costume Hands Star Wars: a New Hope (1977) Estimate: £8,000 - £10,000 ($13,700 - $17,100 ) Lot 320 - Ralph McQuarrie Star Destroyer Bridge Study Painting Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) Estimate: £2,000 - £2,500 ($3,500 - $4,300 ) Lot 297 - Viceroy Nute Gunray's (Silas Carson) Silicone Skin Mask Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (1999) Estimate: £6,000 - £8,000 ($10,300 - $13,700 ) Lot 330 - Biker Scout Helmet Star Wars: Returns of the Jedi (1983) Estimate: £8,000 - £10,000 ($13,700 - $17,100 ) Lot 296 - Battle Droid Head Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (1999) Estimate: £3,000 - £5,000 ($5,100 - $8,600 )
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Batmobile Studio Process Car - Batman Returns
 
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The Batmobile Insert Cockpit used in the making of Tim Burton's 1992 caped crusader sequel, Batman Returns. This piece is a studio process car used by production for interior shots taking place within Batman's spectacular Batmobile. Originally designed by Anton Furst, this process car was designed to help Tim Burton and his team obtain key shots of Batman within the cockpit. By removing the body of the vehicle, the cameras were able to get up close with Batman, the interior electronics, and gadgets within the vehicle. As such, only the interior of the cockpit and the back wall of the car were built for production, while the outer casing seen on the sides were added later to make the piece more presentable. The dashboard inside the Batmobile can be screen matched in numerous scenes and is outfitted with numerous buttons and gauges that light up when powered by a 110 volt battery. While a few small dials and switches are now missing and the CD player and radio have been removed, the monitor screen is still intact. The center console between the seats showcases the original throttle, console lights, and levers, and is framed by original vinyl upholstery. Most recognizable is the original steering wheel with Batman's signature logo in the center. Located over the cockpit is a removable roof, which granted director Tim Burton easy access into the vehicle. While this rare piece remains largely original, a number of components were replaced or added in the years since the film was released. Sometime after production the seats were replaced (see photos) and panels were added to the sides and front of the process car to give the piece a presentable appearance. This piece is in good condition and is believed to be the only item of its kind in existence today. *Please note that due to the size and weight of this item, special shipping arrangements will be required. Please request a quote prior to purchase. 'You either bid on the Prop Store, or stay long enough to see yourself become the watcher', http://www.propstore.com/category/movie-props/
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FURY AUCTION Lot 538: Don “Wardaddy” Collier’s (Brad Pitt) Tank Commander Uniform
 
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Don “Wardaddy” Collier’s (Brad Pitt) tank commander uniform from David Ayer’s war drama Fury. Wardaddy wore a tanker uniform throughout the film while commanding Fury. This lot includes Wardaddy’s undershirt, BDU shirt, tanker jacket, gloves, trousers with belt, helmet and personalized satchel. The green thermal undershirt is worn as the base layer and is made of cotton and shows light wear near the cuffs and collar. The green wool BDU shirt (size 17x36) is marked “Wardaddy Double” and features chevrons and unit patches stitched on both arms. The cotton and wool lined brown jacket (size 40R) bears chevron and unit patches stitched to the sleeves and pockets located at either side of the zip-closure. An empty prop Lucky Strike pack remains in the front right pocket. The brown leather gloves have an adjustable strap across the wrist and are labeled in hand-written ink, “Wardaddy Double.” The production mark “double” could mean a double to the principal actor's main costume, or it could mean a stunt or photo double. A pair of green wool trousers (Marked size 34) with production-made patches on the left thigh comes with brown web belt and a pair of green wool socks. Also included is a tanker helmet with headphones and goggles, marked “22 ½.” The helmet shows minor scuffs and scratches as well as the remnants of a black adhesive stuck just beneath the right headphone. The pair of brown leather knee-high boots (Size 11) feature the initials “B.P.” handwritten inside the left and “B.P. Stunt” within the right. The uniform shows light signs of wear and production distress but remains in good overall condition. Dimensions: (Helmet) 9.5” x 8” x 9.5”
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Lot #98,99 BLADE RUNNER (1982) - Matthew Yuricich Matte Paintings
 
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A matte painting by Matthew Yuricich from Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic Blade Runner. Matte painting is one of cinema’s oldest visual-effects techniques, used to extend sets and create scenery for films by means of a painted image rather than a physical set. This matte painting was used for the shot in which the replicant Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer) saved Deckard (Harrison Ford) from falling off a roof. The painting is achieved using acrylic paints on a large sheet of masonite. The board features dark buildings looming over Roy Batty and Deckard, as Deckard hangs from a ledge. The painting was deliberately rendered with a limited colour range, as the mattes were shot on a high-contrast film stock that enhanced the colour latitude of the image. The artwork is partially painted onto a large printed photograph of the live-action photography featuring Rutger Hauer and Harrison Ford — this enabled the effects artists to ensure a seamless blend between the painting and the live-action photography. Rotoscope outlines of the characters’ motion through the shot in each frame are also present, again to ensure the artwork was positioned in the exact correct spot. Written on a strip of tape at the top left corner of the board are “FX 96c”, “H=5o” and “V=5o”. The artwork features a black tape border and shows wear to the masonite due to production use and age. The piece was recently cleaned and given an extremely minimal touch-up by uncredited Blade Runner matte artist Rocco Gioffre. The piece remains in fine condition. Dimensions: 204 cm x 97 cm x 0.5 cm (80 ¼” x 38 ¼” x ¼”) Please note this lot is sold without copyright, reproduction rights, licencing agreements or any other type of legal release. £6,000-8,000 A matte painting by Matthew Yuricich from Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic Blade Runner. Matte painting is one of cinema’s oldest visual-effects techniques, used to extend sets and create scenery for films by means of a painted image rather than a physical set. This matte painting was used for the shot in which the replicant Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer) saved Deckard (Harrison Ford) from falling off a roof. The painting is achieved using acrylic paints on a large sheet of masonite. The board features dark buildings looming over Roy Batty and Deckard, as Deckard hangs from a ledge. The painting was deliberately rendered with a limited colour range, as the mattes were shot on a high-contrast film stock that enhanced the colour latitude of the image. The artwork is partially painted onto a large printed photograph of the live-action photography featuring Rutger Hauer and Harrison Ford — this enabled the effects artists to ensure a seamless blend between the painting and the live-action photography. Rotoscope outlines of the characters’ motion through the shot in each frame are also present, again to ensure the artwork was positioned in the exact correct spot. Written on a strip of tape at the top left corner of the board are “FX 96c”, “H=5o” and “V=5o”. The artwork features a black tape border and shows wear to the masonite due to production use and age. The piece was recently cleaned and given an extremely minimal touch-up by uncredited Blade Runner matte artist Rocco Gioffre. The piece remains in fine condition. Dimensions: 204 cm x 97 cm x 0.5 cm (80 ¼” x 38 ¼” x ¼”) Please note this lot is sold without copyright, reproduction rights, licencing agreements or any other type of legal release. £6,000-8,000 ...
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Lot 349 Terminator 2 - Complete Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) Costume
 
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A complete Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) costume from James Cameron’s action blockbuster Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The black leather motorcycle costume is synonymous with the character and is recognized the world over. The set consists of a black leather motorcycle jacket with numerous bullet holes throughout and heavy distressing and tears to the back. The jacket includes the self-belt and is labelled “S41” in white inside one of the pockets. A pair of black custom-made faux-leather trousers are paired with the jacket. The trousers show some delamination but are complete with a leather belt and marked size 36. The unforgettable costume is completed with a grey t-shirt and a pair of black Harley Davidson motorcycle boots with buckles across the top of the feet. Both boots have holes in their soles from a previous mannequin display. Assembled dimensions: 37 cm x 60 cm x 178 cm (14“ x 24“ x 70“) £18,000-22,000 The Prop Store Live Auction in partnership with Vue Cinemas 378 original film props and costumes available at live auction For more info visit www.propstore.com/liveauction
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Lot 248 The Last Samurai (2003) - Katsumoto's (Ken Watanabe) Complete Samurai Costume
 
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Katsumoto's (Ken Watanabe) complete samurai costume from Edward Zwick’s war epic The Last Samurai. Designed to replicate authentic period samurai armour, this costume consists of many separate pieces that are applied in layers to create a complete look. To keep the character distinct, the design of the armour, swords and fabric patterns are specific to Katsumoto, making the various pieces instantly distinguishable from other costumes in the film. The first layer of this costume consists of two tunics, trousers, vest, shoes, thigh guards and sleeve armour. The greaves, body armour, shoulder armour, cloak, belt and helmet are then added, with a sword attached to the belt to complete the look. Many of the pieces are labelled with the character’s name. The retractable SFX sword is unique to Katsumoto’s character with an aluminium blade and was handcrafted by master swordsmith Peter Lyons. Designer Ngila Dickson earned an Academy Award nomination for her work on the film. The retraction mechanism on the sword is no longer functional. The costume includes paperwork directly from the Warner Brothers Archives and comes as a custom display. It remains in exceptional condition. Dimensions (displayed): 50 cm x 65 cm x 215 cm (19 ¾” x 25 ½” x 84 ¾”) As this display base contains electronic components, every effort has been made to describe them accurately; however 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 The Prop Store Live Auction in partnership with ODEON and BFI IMAX 471 original film props and costumes available at live auction For more info visit www.propstore.com/liveauction
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Lot 314 The Rocketeer (1991) - The Rocketeer's (Bill Campbell) Hero Helmet
 
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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 post-airshow 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 The Prop Store Live Auction in partnership with ODEON and BFI IMAX 471 original film props and costumes available at live auction For more info visit www.propstore.com/liveauction
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Gremlins 2: The New Batch | Mohawk
 
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From the studios of Rick Baker comes a screen used Gremlins complete animatronic puppet that is for sale at propstore.com For more Gremlin movie memorabilia, check out our official Prop Store website: http://www.propstore.com/products/?keyword=gremlins
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Prop Store - Alien 3 - Pulse Rifle
 
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One of the most famous sci-fi firearms, the M41-A Pulse Rifle was featured heavily in James Cameron's 1986 action sequel ALIENS. Designed by Cameron himself and constructed under the supervision of renowned armorer Simon Atherton at Bapty Armory, the Pulse Rifle is viewed by many as the pinnacle of Sci-Fi prop weaponry. This is an original prop Pulse Rifle that was originally constructed for and used in ALIENS, and later re-built and re-used in ALIEN3. The prop is built around a World War II era M1A1 Thompson submachine gun, which was originally modified to fire blanks for the production and has since been fully decommissioned. The Thompson is fitted with a custom-made pistol grip, and a custom-made extended barrel. A SPAS-12 shotgun cage mounts below the Thompson barrel via a custom-stamped barrel shroud, simulating the grenade launcher. The grenade launcher features the original SPAS-12 pump handle, which was cut down for a different look in the film. It slides freely back and forth, allowing the pump-action loading of the launcher to be simulated. As only one version of the Pulse Rifle had a practical grenade launcher (actually a Remington 870 shotgun) fitted, this piece has a dummy grenade launcher filling the SPAS cage. The ends of the piece are capped with a custom-made steel shoulder stock, and a custom-made aluminum barrel cap at the front of the grenade launcher. The entire assembly is housed in a vacuum-formed ABS outer casing, which completes the unique profile of the prop. While all other components on the piece were used in ALIENS, the casing was installed specifically for the production of ALIEN3. After ALIENS, all of the Pulse Rifle props were struck back to their original firearm components, and most of the casings used were discarded as they were no longer deemed necessary. When the decision was made for Weyland scientists to carry Pulse Rifles during the climax of ALIEN3, BAPTY had to re-assemble the Pulse Rifles and were now lacking the outer casings. New outer casings were therefore manufactured by vacuum-forming over one of the original casings from ALIENS, and the new ABS casing was fitted to the prop with bolts, brackets and custom-riveted plates. The outer casing was originally painted black for use in ALIEN3, as are all Pulse Rifle props in the film, but was later re-sprayed green by BAPTY to return the piece to its classic ALIENS form. The clip base is made from wood and is installed with a screw at the front of the casing. The Pulse Rifle is complete and in good film-used and weathered condition. All of the moveable components-the shoulder stock, grenade launcher pump handle, and original Thompson selector switches and trigger-can be moved and positioned. This is a rare opportunity to own a masterpiece of film prop weaponry. For more 'out of this world' movie memoribilia, check out the official Prop Store website :http://www.propstore.com/category/movie-props/
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Lot 554 - S2 E7 - Hannibal Lecter’s (Mads Mikkelsen) Three-Piece Suit with Overcoat
 
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Bid now at: http://propstore.auctionserver.net/view-auctions/catalog/id/34/ Hannibal Lecter’s (Mads Mikkelsen) three-piece suit with an overcoat from episode 207 “Yakimono” of Bryan Fuller’s thrilling drama series Hannibal. Hannibal wears an overcoat when he speaks with Will Graham (Hugh Dancy). The suit is from production but was added to this costume. This costume consists of a button-down shirt and silk tie, a three-piece suit including a jacket, vest, and slacks, and an overcoat. The blue woven shirt features two tags with the initials “H” and “L” for Hannibal Lecter at the neck and displays no size information. The Canali tie is made of blue and yellow silk with a paisley pattern and labeled “107” on the backside. The Brooks Brothers brand overcoat (size 42R) is made of brown twilled wool. The Harry Rosen wingtip shoes (size 43) are made of brown leather. A wardrobe tag with episode and character labels is also included with the costume. The three-piece suit is a custom creation for the character of Hannibal and is made of checked beige and light blue cloth. A label reading “Custom tailored for Mads Mikkelsen” is located inside the rear right pocket of the slacks. No sizing information is featured. This costume shows light wear with the buttons missing from the front closure of the shirt, but remains in good condition.
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