12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend

Profiles in History is holding a massive, massive memorabilia auction this weekend, December 15 and 16, and you've got the opportunity to buy over 900 screen-used items from some of the biggest movies of all time. The best part—you don't even need to be in LA to place a bid.

Advertisement
Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend

Luke's Stunt Lightsaber from Return of the Jedi

Estimated auction value: $30,000 - $50,000

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend

Original Screen-Used Full-Scale T-800 Endoskeleton from Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Estimated auction value: $100,000 - $200,000

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend

Mitchell BNC #206 Used to Film The Misfits

Estimated auction value: $50,000 - $70,000

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend
Advertisement

Gort's Robot Head from The Day the Earth Stood Still

Estimated auction value: $100,000 - $150,000

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend
Advertisement

Evel Knievel Stunt-Worn Crash Helmet from His 13-Bus Wembley Jump

Estimated auction value: $60,000 - $80,000

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend
Advertisement

Screen-Used "Facehugger" from Aliens

Estimated auction value: $20,000 - $30,000

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend
Advertisement

Johnny 5 from Short Circuit 2

Estimated auction value: $100,000 - $200,000

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend
Advertisement

M41-A Pulse Rifle from Aliens

Estimated auction value: $40,000 - $60,000

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend
Advertisement

George Lazenby's Rolex from On Her Majesty's Secret Service

Estimated auction value: $100,000 - $150,000

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend
Advertisement

Leonard Nimoy's "Spock" Tunic from Star Trek: The Original Series

Estimated auction value: $80,000 - $120,000

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend
Advertisement

LeVar Burton "Geordie" Visor from Star Trek: The Next Generation

Estimated auction value: $7,000 - $10,000

Illustration for article titled 12 Amazing Movie Props You'll Actually Be Able to Buy This Weekend
Advertisement

Ten Commandments tablets from The Ten Commandments

Estimated auction value: $60,000 - $80,000

Advertisement

DISCUSSION

smorgasborg
Smorgasborg

1. Buy the Evel helmet, put it on Gort's head, and attach the face-hugger.

2. Acquire the T-800 and give it the M41-A pulse rifle, lightsaber, wrist watch, Geordi's visor, and the blue shirt.

3. Weld on Gort's helmeted, facehugger-besotted head to T-800 shoulder.

4. Get Johnny-5 and stick the two Ten Commandments tablets in each hand.

5. Use the Mitchell BNC #20 to film a stop-motion epic about a semi-blind, two-headed stunt robot from space who has poor time-management skills and is living with a wacky alien parasite named Floyd, sent from the future a long, long time ago to shoot and/or stab another robot who believes it is a Prophet of a vengeful, monotheistic God out to destroy the world.

6. Profit!