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Props from ABC’s Lost Up for Auction

Kate in Lost with toy plane

As hard as it may be to admit, will soon be coming to an end. But a piece of that show could stay with you forever.

Come next May, key props from the ABC series will be put up for auction. And this Thursday, lucky attendees at the Comic Con gathering in San Diego will get an early preview.

Several of those future collectibles include Hurley’s winning (yet apparently cursed) lottery ticket, Charlie’s guitar, Mr. Eko’s club, the letter Sawyer wrote to Mr. Sawyer, Locke’s hunting knife and Kate’s toy plane. Articles of clothing and set pieces will also go to the highest bidder.

For more information on Profiles in History’s upcoming auction, click here.

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Sci-Fi Movie Memorabilia Auction

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Misc. Tech, Movies,

Blaster GunHere is another chance to get your own hunk of memorabilia with the Forry Ackerman Profiles in History’s spring auction. Grab Harrison Ford’s blaster gun from “Blade Runner” (for at least $100,000,) an animation puppet from “Corpse Bride” (for $6,000 to $8,000,) or one of the dinosaurs used in “Jurassic Park” ($2,000 to $3,000.) The auction will take place April 30 and May 1 and you can register or order a catalog from PIH.

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Profiles In History Auctions Movie Memorabilia

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T2 Endoskeleton

Suppose you had an endless budget for the holidays. You could select the ultimate in gift giving at this upcoming auction from Profiles in History. Choose between the T-800 Endoskeleton from “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” ($80,000 opening bid,) Jean Luc Picard’s “Enterprise E” command chair from the Star Trek film ($45,000 open,), or a screen-used, full-scale T-Rex head from “Jurassic Park” ($60,000 opening bid.) For a few less bucks, you may be able to score Geordi’s Visor from “Star Trek: Generations” ($2,000 minimum.) Taking place December 13 and 14, if you win the lotto by then, show up yourself in Calabasas Hills, CA., or mail, phone, or fax a bid via eBay.

(Thanks, Marc)

 

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