Hollywood Memorabilia Auction: Star Wars

Aug 1, 2005 | Auctions, Collectibles | 0 comments

Profiles In History: Historical Autographs, Hollywood Memorabilia, Auctions

Profiles In History (www.profilesinhistory.com just completed a recent auction of Hollywood memorabilia, and reports some of the highlights from their recent sale, with the top items being mostly Star Wars related:

“Our July 29th auction brought nearly $2 million, as collectors scrambled to bid on some of the finest Film and Television artifacts to be offered at public auction in many years.

Some of the auction highlights include:
– Luke Skywalker hero light saber from Star Wars. Sold for $200,600.00
– Darth Vader hero lightsaber from Star Wars. Sold for $118,000.00
– Harrison Ford signature leather jacket from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Sold for $94,400.00
– Luke’s X-Wing flight suit from Star Wars. Sold for $70,080.00
– Original screen-used Stormtrooper blaster from Star Wars. Sold for $56,500.00”

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