Just in time for the holidays is Juliens Icons & Idols auction, Movie items make great gifts! The Icons & Idols auction has many many great lots of items from Princess Diana personal clothing to Star Wars production art work. A total of 991 exciting lots will be up for bidding and can be viewed online now. Other Movie related memorabilia in this auction include props and/or costume from movies the Jim Carrey How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Star Trek, War Games, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Lost in Space, Planet of the Apes, The James Bond movies and many more classic and current.
There are several lots of very cool Star Wars concept art work with an estimate $2,500-$5000. Fans of the Sci Fi classic Lost in Space take note as there are several lots of clothing from many of the main cast. The Icons and Idols auction takes place Friday December 5th and Saturday December 6 2014.Registration for this auction can be done at JuliensAuctions.com, bidding for this auction is available online or by phone.
“Science Fiction fans, set your phasers to “stunned”! Julien’s has assembled an astounding collection of Sci-Fi memorabilia beginning with property from the collection of scientist, engineer, animator and visionary Colin Cantwell who contributed to Hollywood’s most iconic science fiction films. The property offered comes from Cantwell’s landmark work on Star Wars, 2001: A Space Odyssey, WarGames, Aliens, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, television programs Battlestar Galactica and Buck Rogers, as well as items from Omnimax films and the 1969 Apollo Moon landing. Other out-of-this-world science fiction property includes a Star Trek original laser prop weapon from the series pilot and costumes from the franchise as well as costumes from Dune, Tom Corbett, Space Cadet, Planet of the Apes and Lost in Space.” – Juliens Auctions
James Bond’s next assignment is to thrill auction go-ers as Julien’s auctions props, vehicles, set pieces and gadgets. Bond has some interesting ways of getting from point A to point B. In Die Another Day, Pierce Brosnan fought villainous thugs while driving an Osprey 5 hovercraft. Of the seventeen crafts built for the film only a few survived destruction and one is offered for sale here. Octopussy saw Roger Moore’s Bond flying the world’s lightest single engine jet in the world. This BD-5J, built by stunt pilot J.W. “Corkey” Fornof, is offered to the high flying winning bidder. Never one to simply drive a car, in Tomorrow Never Dies Bond used a mobile phone/remote control for his escape from the bad guys. This prop, along with other props, posters and signed items, are among the items in this 007 collection. – Juliens Auctions