Indiana Jones hat put up for auction in Hollywood for $250 thousand

In total, more than 1.2 thousand unique objects used in the filming of cult films and television series will be put up for auction.

The hat of the adventurer Indiana Jones, played by American actor Harrison Ford, can go under the hammer for $250 thousand. On Wednesday in the auction house Prop Store with offices in London and Los Angeles, which will hold the auction reported this.

A memorable headdress of Dr. Jones appeared in the film Indiana Jones and the Temple Of Doom (1984).

Among other collectible objects, the film lovers will be presented with a magic wand and Harry Potter glasses, used in both parts of the film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (2010-2011). Their estimated cost is from $30 to $50 thousand for each item. The proceeds from the sale of this lot will go to the needs of the Lumos charitable foundation of J. K. Rowling, the author of a series of books about the boy wizard.

A remote-controlled droid from the Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker (2019).

In total, more than 1.2 thousand unique objects used in the filming of cult films and television series will be put up for auction. Brandon Ellinger, executive director of the auction house, noted that “the collectibles put up for auction cover the last 60 years of the film and television industry.” The auction will be held from June 29 to July 1 in Hollywood, and the total proceeds from the auction can be more than $6 million.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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