Christopher Reeve’s iconic ‘Superman’ costume is expected to go for big at auction

Christopher Reeve’s iconic ‘Superman’ costume is expected to go for big at auction

Christopher Reeve complete Superman The costume, one of the most iconic in film history, will be auctioned in London. It is expected to sell between $287,270 and $574,540 – £250,000 to £500,000.

The piece is a staple of a Propstore sale that will see more than 15,000 items under the hammer at the four-day Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction, which begins Thursday, November 3, 2022. And runs through Sunday, November 6, 2022. The auction is expected to fetch more than $12.6 million (£11 million).

The sale is a treasure trove of gifts for movie and TV fans with some disposable income and boasts offerings from a wide range of movies and shows for a wide range of budgets.

Lots of other big tickets include the matching Darth Vader screen gloves, worn by the late Dave Prowse, from Star Wars: A New Hope. They hold an estimated $172,362 to $287,270 (£150,000 to £250,000). Sure to grab attention is the full-size animated Johnny 5 robot from the classic 1986 movie closed circuit, which is expected to find a new home priced between $138,546 and $207,819 (£120,000 and £180,000). Elsewhere, it is hoped a first print edition of Harry Potter’s first book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stoneyou’ll find a new home for around $114,908 to $172,362 (£100,000 to £150,000).

The book seen on the big screen most likely to attract attention is Tim Robbins’ screen-matched Bible, Rockhammer Bible from The Shawshank Redemption. Experts believe it will sell for around $114,908 to $172,362 (£100,000 to £150,000).

Other artifacts on display include the Fraggle Puppet from the original fragil rock TV series, valued at $45,963 to $68,944 (£40,000 to £60,000). There’s also a matching screen hockey champion Jason Voorhees mask, worn by CJ Graham in Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason LiveWhich comes with an expected price of between $45,963 and $68,944 (£40,000 to £60,000). Among the many contemporary superhero films, Doctor Strange’s Sling Ring from 2016 Dr. Gharib. The new owner can bring in an estimated $11,490 to $17,236 (£10,000 to £15,000).

More DCU fan? If you have a similar amount of money, Robert Pattinson Batarang from 2022 Batman. Likes Dr. GharibThe ring, estimated to sell for between $11,490 and $17,236 (£10,000 to £15,000).

If you want to be a part of it but don’t have that kind of money to spend, there are a lot cheaper, including a car sticker than Jurassic Park: The Ride, which can be yours for $574 to $804 (£500 to £700). If you want to buy Superman It suits you but you can’t extend your savings that much, a collection of rare Marlon Brando photos behind the scenes from the original Superman The film will go under the hammer for $344 to $574 (£300 to £500).

Registration is now open, online proxy bids begin on Tuesday 4 October 2022. The auction will take place at BAFTA
Free Trade Agreement
195 Piccadilly, London, and will be broadcast live online or over the phone for international bidding.

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