RRauction.com Hollywood sale June auction preview



This months RRauction follows up from the auction held earlier this year that did exceptionally well. This event will be covering contemporary and older props and wardrobe and includes some great pieces highlighted below with some stories behind them.

First up is this stunning “Star Trek 3” Klingon phaser pistol with coa from ThePropstore of London. This piece will probably hit 2 or 3k if im not mistaken. Its a very rare example.


This Maltese Falcon replica is a rare example of Icons prop replicas workmanship and is one of two known to have been made. The other resides at Warner Bros. Coming with full provenance from the Manager of Icons Jim Latta this is a rare and beautiful example of a piece made for those to collect who couldn’t afford the millions of dollars to buy the original “dingus”


This prototype Gremlin, again with Propstore COA comes from Rick Bakers personal archive. I expect it to fetch 2-3k.


This beautiful costume from Immortals worn by John Hurt is complete and comes with original paperwork.


and this costume from Hot Tub Time machine is a great piece for collectors of comedy and features on the original poster for the film


For fans of GI Joe this nearly complete costume was worn by Dennis Quaid in the first film. The complete costume is custom made including the leather jacket with removable arms, and the GI JOE logo trousers with rubber upraised type.


One of my favourite items from my own personal collection is the UNI-SOL costume worn by various actors and original headset. A very rare piece and I hope it goes to a good home.


I also really liked the gold ring worn by Liam Neeson as Schindler in Schindlers List….a really cool prop from an important film.

Take a look at the auction which begins on line June 19th and ends on the 26th. Remember to bid early as the bidtracker software will close out at 6pm est and if you haven’t bid you will be unable to bid to extend the time like a live auction which is something that has worked very well for bidders, and thus not missing out on the item at the last second like on ebay.

Good luck!


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