Dr WhoBeginning on the 3rd of November, 2022, Propstore is planning to sell over 1,500 pieces of film, television, and music memorabilia (collectively worth over £11 million) in one of the largest memorabilia auctions in the world. This auction will be conducted over four consecutive days and will include items such as...

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Doctor Strange's Sling Ring

Lot number: #118 / Starting price: £5,000 / Estimated value: £10,000 to £15,000 / Featured in: The 2016 superhero film, 'Doctor Strange' / Size: 8cm x 1.5cm x 4.5cm / Condition: This ring has been well used, but is in very good condition

Brief description: This ring has been intentionally distressed to look ancient and is made out of metal. It was originally sold in a charity auction in order to raise money for the Disasters Emergency Committee and their work in Ukraine. A printout of this charity auction is included with this ring, along with a handwritten note from Cumberbatch's management, which reads, 'With thanks and best wishes on behalf of Benedict'.

Yoda's Jedi Robes

Lot number: #353 / Starting price: £20,000 / Estimated value: £40,000 to £60,000 / Featured in: The first prequel in George Lucas' Star Wars series of films, 'Star Wars: The Phantom Menace', which was released in 1999 / Size: 25cm x 45cm x 89cm (on display) / Condition: This costume is fairly well preserved, but in places, it features remnants of green rubber, and there are small patches of aged brown foam stuck to the robe

Brief description: This costume consists of a beige woolen hooded robe and a brown woolen tunic, and it's displayed on a custom-made poseable model featuring Yoda's head. The original design sculpt was undertaken by Gary Pollard and approved by George Lucas in person.

Bruce Lee
Tang Lung's Double Nunchaku

Lot number: #92 / Starting price: £15,000 / Estimated value: £30,000 to £50,000 / Featured in: The only complete Bruce Lee martial arts movie he wrote, directed, produced, and starred in, 'The Way of the Dragon', which was released in 1972 / Size: 95cm x 3.5cm x 3.5cm (each) / Condition: Although everything is intact, oxidation has affected the appearance and internal adhesive for both of these nunchakus, mainly by giving the rubber coating surrounding each one a more ribbed appearance and a lighter shade compared with what they originally looked like in 1972

Brief description: These nunchakus were each crafted from durable lightweight wood, wrapped in mesh strips, and then covered in a protective rubberized coating, with a metal chain and eye-hooks linking the two batons together. They come with a letter of authenticity from the family of Lee's close friend and training partner, George Lee, which expands upon their history.

Superman's Complete Costume

Lot number: #406 / Starting price: £125,000 / Estimated value: £250,000 to £500,000 / Featured in: The first three Superman films that starred Christopher Reeve, namely, 'Superman' (1978), 'Superman II' (1980), and 'Superman III' (1983) / Size: 91.5cm x 51cm x 198cm (on display) / Condition: Despite age and use, this costume only shows a few minor blemishes

Brief description: This classic costume is made of custom-woven, stretchy nylon material, wool, and leather, and it's mounted on a bespoke mannequin that has a painted lifecast of Christopher Reeve to complete the display. The mannequin has been fixed to a metal base that's shaped to resemble Superman's emblem, with a rod entering the left boot through its zipper, which is stitched shut.

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Other items in this auction include Harry Potter's hero wand from the 2001 fantasy-adventure, 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone' (estimated between £20,000 and £30,000), Batman's batarang from the 2022 comic book movie, 'The Batman' (estimated between £10,000 and £15,000), James Bond's screen-matched pilot helmet from the 1967 spy-thriller, 'You Only Live Twice' (estimated between £60,000 and £100,000), and...

Propstore's live memorabilia auction begins on the 3rd of November, 2022, and ends on the 6th of November, 2022. Bidding will commence at 3:00pm each day, and participants can place a bid in person, via phone, or online. For further information, you can click here to view the full catalog, or else, you can check out the official Propstore Website, Instagram, and Twitter pages.


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