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Up for Auction: Princess Leia’s golden bikini; Sam’s hobbit feet; Original Ted stuffed bear puppet; plus hundreds of other authentic Hollywood collectibles

I feel like a kid in a candy store — hundreds of wonderful Hollywood memoribilia is coming up for auction from September 29 through October 1, 2015. When I heard about Princess Leia’s golden bikini in the Jaba the Hutt scene from Return of the Jedi coming up for sale, I wanted it — then I hear the price. The opening bid will be $80,000. I decided to pass. Looking through the catalog of all the items to be auctioned in Hollywood Auction 74, hosted by Profiles in History and Invaluable.com, makes me feel like I did when I was a young child with Christmas a few weeks away. I would spend hours flipping through the pages of the Sears & Roebuck catalog looking at all the wonderful toys and gifts for Christmas, trying to decide what to ask for.

There are 1935 items listed in this catalog spanning the silent era to modern film, costumes and props from the dawn of television up through the latest popular programs. The catalog appears to be in chronological order, for the most part.

The first item listed is an #1 Early Childhood Portrait of Buster Keaton used for a Newspaper Article, (ca. 1889), and the last item listed is #1935 Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back British Quad Poster (1980). This is why I said the catalog is in chronological order for the most part as there are plenty of items post-The Empire Strikes Back.

#1531. RON HOWARD “STEVE’S” ORIGINAL SCREEN-USED CUSTOM 1958 CHEVROLET IMPALA FROM AMERICAN GRAFFITI. (Universal, 1973) Considered to be one of the most famous cars in American cinema history, this is the one and only Chevrolet 1958 Impala Sport Coupe built for and used in the movie, custom fabricated for the 1973 multi-Academy Award-nominated classic, American Graffiti. $800,000 – $1,200,000 (pp. 500-501)

Various examples in chronological order, for the most part. First, though, is the item that drew me to this auction website – Princess Leia’s gold bikini. (NOTE: All descriptions have had details removed so this post won’t look like War and Peace. Go to the online catalog to retreive full details of any item listed below.)
#1558. CARRIE FISHER “SLAVE LEIA” COSTUME COLLECTION AND DISPLAY FROM STAR WARS: EPISODE VI – RETURN OF THE JEDI. (TCF, 1983) Without question, Carrie Fisher’s “Slave Leia” costume is among the most memorable in the Star Wars franchise. This ensemble represents the most important and complete compilation of original Star Wars pieces to have survived production in private hands. Completing the ensemble are a collection of original documents, photos, notes and pencil drawings as well as Carrie Fisher’s measurements used to create the masters. The collection comes with a letter of authenticity by Richard Miller the original designer, sculptor, mold maker and painter for the costume. $80,000 – $120,000 (p. 516)

Some names from Hollywood’s early years include: Clara Bow, Gary Cooper, Marlene Dietrich, Gloria Swanson, Greta Garbow, Jean Harlow, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy, Shirley Temple, Judy Garland, Humphrey Bogart, Errol Flynn, James Cagney, Hedy Lamarr, Jane Russell, Lauren Bacall, Laurel and Hardy, W.C Fields, and the list goes on and on.
#364. BELA LUGOSI (4) VINTAGE PRODUCTION PHOTOGRAPHS FROM DRACULA, WITH (2) BY VIKTOR FREULICH. (Universal, 1931) Vintage studio 8 x 10 in. gelatin silver single weight and double-weight production photographs of horror icon Bela Lugosi as his immortal character “Dracula” in the classic film of the same title. $800 – $1,200 (p. 99)
Everything isn’t all Hollywood, either. There are many athletes and sporting event memoribilia. Vintage glass plates and negatives of Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, a football game between Jim Thorpe’s Carlisle Indians and the Syracuse Orange, Joe Louis fighting Max Baer in September of 1935….
#432. 1924 Historic MGM MERGER CELEBRATION DOCUMENT SIGNED BY A (175+) GOLDEN AGE STARS. (1924) Vintage one-of-a-kind commemorative 23 x 60 in. document signed by stars celebrating the merger of Metro (Irving Thalberg representing Marcus Loew), Goldwyn (Samuel Goldwyn) and Mayer (Louis B. Mayer). The milestone event was an opulent affair with President Coolidge sending personal congratulations. $20,000 – $30,000 (p. 179)
#530. JOHN JENSEN COSTUME SKETCH FOR MOSES’ ROBE FROM THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. (Paramount, 1956) Vintage original costume design sketch by John Jensen in pencil and gouache on a 14.5 x 23 in. illustration paper, featuring a design for Moses’ robe after the desert crossing. $10,000 – $15,000 (p. 209)
#644. THE WIZARD OF OZ original script. (MGM, 1939) Vintage original 102-page studio bound and bradded script in printed blue wrappers. This includes the classic moment when Dorothy enters “Munchkinland” (with the film changing from black-and-white to color) and utters the line “I’ve got a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” (Page 23). However, at this point the costumers had not made their choice of ruby slippers and on page 27 we have a close-up of the silver shoes. In this draft, Langley points to some romantic relationship between Dorothy and the farmhand Hunk and on page 6 refers to Ray Bolger as the actor playing the role. $20,000 – $30,000 (p. 252)
#738. GONE WITH THE WIND first regular release lobby card, portrait of Clark Gable as “Rhett” and Vivien Leigh as “Scarlett” embracing. (MGM, 1939) $800 – $1,200

There are several items from Gone with the Wind including Campaign Book, photos, and script. (p. 287)

#983. GROUCHO MARX DROP DOWN DUCK FOR THE SECRET WORD ON YOU BET YOUR LIFE. (NBC, 1950- 1961) Vintage original iconic drop-down duck prop used in the Groucho Marx-hosted game show You Bet Your Life. $8,000 – $12,000 (p. 348)
#1014. GEORGE REEVES “SUPERMAN” COSTUME ENSEMBLE WITH FX “FLYING PAN”. (Warner Bros. TV, 1952-58) This amazing Superman ensemble was worn by George Reeves in 26 second season episodes of The Adventures of Superman. $100,000 – $150,000 (pp. 356-357)
#1024. BOB KEESHAN “CAPTAIN KANGAROO” SIGNATURE COSTUME. (CBS, 1955-1992) This is a signature Bob Keeshan “Captain Kangaroo” costume ensemble consisting of his famous red jacket with white piping around notch lapels, breast pocket and deep kangaroo-style hip pockets from which “Captain Kangaroo” would produce surprises. $10,000 – $15,000 (p. 360)

Mr. Green Jeans costume is also for sale. $3,000 – $5,000 (p. 360)

#1064. COLLECTION OF (12) HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS SCREEN-USED PRODUCTION CELS. (MGM, 1966) $60,000 – $80,000 (pp. 370-371)
#1065. HENRY WINKLER “ARTHUR ‘THE FONZ’ FONZARELLI” SIGNATURE TRIUMPH TROPHY TR5 MOTORCYCLE FROM HAPPY DAYS. (Paramount TV 1974-84) $100,000 – $150,000 (pp. 372-373)

Fonzie’s brown leather jacket is also for sale. $30,000 – $50,000

#1074. “GENERAL LEE” 1969 DODGE CHARGER FROM THE DUKES OF HAZZARD. (CBS-TV, 1979-85) Also included with the car is an original production Hazzard County license plate for the General Lee with license number “CNH 320”. These license plates are extremely rare, as most were removed and subsequently lost after the production wrapped; only three are believed to have survived. $100,000 – $150,000 (pp. 378-379)
#1103. JACK GLEESON “JOFFREY BARATHEON” CROWN FROM GAME OF THRONES. (HBO, 2011-) . Comes with a signed Home Box Office (HBO) COA. $15,000 – $25,000 (p. 385)

#1116. MARILYN MONROE EXTRAORDINARY EARLY SIGNED AND INSCRIBED OVERSIZED PHOTOGRAPH, ALSO SIGNED BY LASZLO WILLINGER. (ca, 1949) Vintage photograph of Marilyn Monroe in white one-piece swimsuit and heels posed perfectly against black background, shot by Laszlo Willinger. Neatly and floridly inscribed by Marilyn to her agent in white ink against the black background, “To Ferdinand, Many thanks for your encouragement and friendship. Sincerely, Marilyn Monroe”. Accompanied by 1974 sales receipt from Hollywood Book Service on Hollywood Blvd. Easily the most spectacular signed Marilyn Monroe photograph we have ever encountered. $50,000 – $70,000 (pp. 388-389)

#1218. PANAVISION PSR-148 35MM CAMERA USED ON THE EXORCIST, THE FRENCH CONNECTION AND OTHER CLASSIC FILMS. (ca. 1950s-1980s) The Panavision PSR-148 was one of the original Panavision cameras. The PSR (Panavision Silent Reflex) was a remarkable camera in that it took the Mitchell technology and upgraded it to the highest technological possibilities available. Comes with letters of provenance from Roy H. Wagner, ASC and Gary Muller, Camera Assistant on The Exorcist. From the collection of Debbie Reynolds. $100,000 – $150,000 (p. 421)
#1340. ORIGINAL GOLDEN TICKET FROM WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY. (Paramount, 1971) Vintage original ticket reads: “Wonka’s Golden Ticket – Greetings to you, the lucky finder of this Golden Ticket, from Mr. Willy Wonka!… Present this ticket at the factory gates at ten o’clock in the morning of the first day of October and do not be late. You may bring with you one member of your own family…and only one… but no one else……..In your wildest dreams you could not imagine the marvelous SURPRISES that await YOU!” This ticket was authenticated as an original ticket by Julie Dawn Cole, who played “Veruca Salt”. $15,000 – $20,000 (p.460)
For the sake of trying to keep this post from getting too long, I’m going to simply list some more cool items but without images and description or minimum description. Unless it’s something that is best to be seen.

#1347. ROBERT SHAW “QUINT” HERO HARPOON RIFLE FROM JAWS. (Universal, 1975) $60,000 – $80,000 (p. 463)

#1374. EVEL KNIEVEL SCREEN USED HARLEY-DAVIDSON XLCH 1000 EAGLE “STRATOCYCLE” FROM VIVA KNIEVEL! (Warner Bros., 1977) Custom built on a modified 1976 Harley XLCH Sportster 1000. Ridden by Knievel in the daring rescue sequence when he breaks his mechanic friend, played by Gene Kelly, out of the mental hospital. $200,000 – $300,000 (p. 470-471)
#1543. ORIGINAL SCREEN USED REBEL “BLOCKADE RUNNER” FILMING MINIATURE FROM STAR WARS: EPISODE IV – A NEW HOPE. The first spacecraft seen in the original Star Wars film. (TCF, 1977) In the opening sequence of the first Star Wars, the Rebel Blockade Runner, the ship carrying Princess Leia, C-3PO and R2-D2, enters into frame and is pursued by the massive Imperial Star Destroyer. This one-of-a-kind 16-inch miniature was built to provide the illusion of the spacecraft receding into the distance due to the limited length of the Dykstraflex track (the first digital motion control camera system ever put into use). $200,000 – $300,000 (pp. 506-507)
#1544. ORIGINAL SCREEN USED “REBEL FLEET TROOPER” HELMET FROM STAR WARS: EPISODE IV – A NEW HOPE (TCF, 1977) $150,000 – $250,000 (pp. 508-509)

#1550. STAR WARS: EPISODE V – THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK PRODUCTION MADE PROTOTYPE “DARTH VADER” HELMET. (TCF, 1980) A transitional test production piece. $30,000 – $50,000 (p. 512)

#1554. MASSIVE ARCHIVE OF VINTAGE (425+) COLOR PUBLICITY SLIDES OF STAR WARS: EPISODE V – THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK and (20+) from STAR WARS: EPISODE IV- A NEW HOPE. (TCF, 1980) $4,000 – $6,000 (p. 515)

#1561. SECTION OF THE “DEATH STAR” UNDER CONSTRUCTION FROM STAR WARS: EPISODE VI – RETURN OF THE JEDI. (TCF, 1983) Vintage original 12.25 x 6 x 6 in. portion of the iconic “Death Star” miniature surface. $25,000 – $35,000 (p. 519)

There are dozens of other Star Wars items up for auction.

#1566. HARRISON FORD SCREEN USED “INDIANA JONES” SIGNATURE SHIRT FROM RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK. (Paramount, 1981) $40,000 – $60,000 (p. 521)

#1567. HARRISON FORD SIGNATURE SCREEN USED “INDIANA JONES” BULLWHIP WITH ACCOMPANYING HARRISON FORD LOA. (Paramount, 1981/1984/1989) Vintage original bullwhip screen used by Harrison Ford as “Indiana Jones.” Comes with a typed note signed on Harrison Ford letterhead, which reads, “This bullwhip was used by me during the making of the Indiana Jones films.” Signed, “Harrison Ford”. $100,000 – $150,000 (p. 522)

Several more items from all of the Indiana Jones’ movies.

#1584. ORIGINAL SCREEN-USED HERO ALIEN CREATURE HEAD BY H.R. GIGER FROM ALIEN. (TCF, 1979) This is one of very few surviving Alien Creature heads from Ridley Scott’s seminal 1979 Science Fiction Classic Alien. $60,000 – $80,000 (p. 529)
#1590. LEONARD NIMOY “SPOCK” TUNIC FROM STAR TREK: THE ORIGINAL SERIES. (Paramount TV, 1966-1969) This Starfleet duty uniform tunic was worn by Leonard Nimoy in the second season of Star Trek: The Original Series. Complete with original rank braiding on the sleeves and insignia, it has been stored in a dark closet since 1968 and the color remains exceptionally vibrant. Includes iron-clad accompanying provenance. Includes three letters of authenticity – one being from Leonard Nimoy himself. $70,000 – $90,000 (p. 532)
#1614. LEVAR BURTON “GEORDI” HERO VISOR FROM STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION. $4,000 – $6,000 (p. 540)
#1621. LEONARD NIMOY “SPOCK” PARKA AND GLOVES FROM STAR TREK. (Paramount, 2009) Original knee-length futuristic parka. Worn by Nimoy during most of his screen time when marooned on Delta Vega. $15,000 – $20,000 (p. 542)

(Personal note: This is something I would actually wear if I owned it. At this price, though, sadly that’s not going to happen.)

Lots of Star Trek items from both TV series (Original and TNG) as well as the movies.
#1634. SYLVESTER STALLONE “ROCKY BALBOA” GLOVES AND BOOTS FROM ROCKY III. (United Artists, 1982) $30,000 – $50,000 (p. 546)

#1643. THE PRINCESS BRIDE ORIGINAL SCRIPT. (TCF, 1987) $200 – $300 (p. 549)

#1647. HELLBOUND: HELLRAISER II ICONIC HERO FX PUZZLE BOX. (New World Pictures, 1988) Screen used “Lemarchand’s” iconic “Lament configuration” puzzle box. Constructed of approx. 3 in. square, hollow box (closed) consisting of wooden panels and resin with 3-swiveling corner pieces used to animate the transformation stages of the sinister puzzle box, a central object in the plot. Decorated overall with fine filigreed, laser-etched brass panels featuring mythical occult symbology. Screen used boxes from the first two Hellraiser films are extremely rare. $8,000 – $12,000 (p. 550)
#1650. MICHAEL J. FOX “MARTY MCFLY” 2015 NIKE “MAGS” SELF-LACING SHOES FROM BACK TO THE FUTURE II. (Universal, 1989) $30,000 – $50,000 (p. 551)

#1654. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER SCREEN WORN PUNK JACKET FROM THE TERMINATOR. (Orion, 1984) $20,000 – $30,000 (p. 553)

#1659. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER SIGNED SCREEN USED “TERMINATOR” JACKET FROM TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY. (CarolCo, 1991) $20,000 – $30,000 (p. 555)

#1662. JIM CARREY “RIDDLER” COS-TUME WITH GREEN BOWLER HAT AND GOLD CANE FROM BATMAN FOREVER. (Warner Bros., 1995) The 1-piece neon green, stretch bodysuit is emblazoned with numerous question marks, The Riddler’s trademark. Includes green bowler hat with large question mark motif to front. $10,000 – $15,000 (p. 556)

#1664. HEATH LEDGER HERO “JOKER” .38 SPECIAL FROM BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT. (Warner Bros., 2008) This is the hero stainless steel Smith & Wesson revolver used by Heath Ledger in his Academy Award winning performance as “The Joker”. Highly visible in the hospital scenes and then for the remainder of the film used by Aaron Eckhart as “Two Face”. Virtually every scene with Two Face features this gun. Serial #BDY2154. Comes with an LOA from the movie’s armorer, Bapty. $15,000 – $25,000 (p. 557)

#1696. FULL-SCALE JURASSIC PARK VELOCIRAPTOR DISPLAY CREATED FROM ORIGINAL STAN WINSTON STUDIO MOLDS. (Universal, 1993) $10,000 – $12,000 (p. 565)

#1699. VELOCIRAPTOR TAPPING CLAW FROM JURASSIC PARK. (Universal, 1993) Screen used 11 x 7 in. Velociraptor toe. $2,000 – $3,000 (p. 566)

#1705. SIR RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH “JOHN HAMMOND” SIGNATURE WALKING CANE FROM JURASSIC PARK. (Universal, 1993) Screen used walking stick constructed of cast resin shaft in the form of 13 sections of dinosaur bone crowned by an egg-shaped globe of amber, suspending a large prehistoric, fossilized mosquito. $20,000 – $30,000 (p. 567)

#1713. HERO BERETTA 92 WITH SILENCER USED BY JEAN RENO IN LEON: THE PROFESSIONAL. (Gaumont, 1994) This hero Berretta with silencer is highly visible throughout key scenes of this action film, and notably during the climactic shootout scene at the end of the film. Mathilda (Natalie Portman) is also seen assembling Léon’s Berretta 92FSs pistols in the course of the film. $20,000 – $30,000 (p. 570)

#1737. RUSSELL CROWE “MAXIMUS” COSTUME FROM GLADIATOR. (Dreamworks, 2000) Also includes helmet. Worn in the opening battle camp sequences of the film before “Maximus” is enslaved. $15,000 – $25,000 (p. 578)

#1744. “WOLVERINE” DOG TAG FROM X-MEN. (TCF, 2000) Canadian-style military dog tag constructed of aluminum, stamped: “458 25 243 WOLVERINE”, and attached to two stainless-steel ball-chain strands. Comes with a signed letter of authenticity. $4,000 – $6,000 (p. 581)

#1748. “WOLVERINE” CLAWS WITH ACCOMPANYING PRODUCTION MATERIALS FROM X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE (TCF, 2009) 10.5 x 4.1 in. faux-adamantium claws appear to protrude from between the wearer’s knuckles when worn. Metal grips are both etched “L” and “R”, respectively. Comes with a signed LOA from Jeff Katz, VP of Production of Twentieth Century Fox Studios. $8,000 – $12,000 (p. 582)

#1752. JAMES DUVAL “FRANK THE BUNNY” HERO MASK FROM DONNIE DARKO. One of two Bunny masks worn by James Duval in his role as “Frank” in the cult film, Donnie Darko. According to Pandora Films, only two of the full, fur-hooded masks were produced for and employed in the film. Virtually no props or wardrobe from this small budget film have come to the marketplace, so this represents a unique opportunity to acquire the signature prop from this cult classic. Comes with a COA from Pandora Films. $12,000 – $15,000 (p. 584)
#1770. LEIGH WHANNELL “ADAM” SCREEN-USED HACKSAW FROM SAW. (Evolution Entertainment, 2004) Hacksaw from Adam’s bag used in the bathroom sequences of the modern horror film. The hacksaw, offered to victims as a solution to their captivity, began the cycle of creative torture that distinguished the Saw series of films. Comes with a COA from the prop master of the film. $3,000 – $5,000 (p. 590)
Growing up in the early 70’s, I was a huge fan of the Saturday morning show, “Land of the Lost.” Never missed an episode. Even though the Sleestaks frightened me, I loved them nonetheless. This next item is a Sleestak costume which is mounted. Although this costume is from the movie released in 2009 (which I did not like), not the Saturday morning show. At least they kept the Sleestaks the same, though, when they created the re-make of the Saturday morning show.

#1793. COMPLETE “SLEESTAK” COSTUME DISPLAY FROM LAND OF THE LOST. (Universal, 2009) This 36 x 24 x 80 in. creature suit consists of a mask, bodysuit, and gloves. Constructed primarily of foam latex, featuring dark black plastic vacuum form eye lenses that affix to the mask via magnets. The mouth is cable-controlled from within the helmet allowing articulation of the jaw. The mask is constructed on an integral helmet marked, “TS” and attached to the bodysuit with Velcro fasteners. The bodysuit is similarly constructed of foam latex and features a zipper back closure concealed by a velcro flap of scaled skin. The hands attach at the wrist via snaps, and feature embedded resin claws as do the feet. The complete creature costume is assembled on a mannequin display affixed to a standing base. $4,000 – $6,000 (p. 599)

THE WATCHMEN
#1794. JACKIE EARLE HALEY “RORSCHACH” COSTUME CREATED FOR WATCHMEN. (Warner Bros., 2009) Accompanied with an original Warner Bros. Studios COA. $12,000 – $15,000 (p. 600)

#1795. PATRICK WILSON “NITE OWL II” COSTUME CREATED FOR WATCHMEN. (Warner Bros., 2009) Accompanied with an original Warner Bros. Studios COA. $8,000 – $12,000 (p. 600)

#1796. MATTHEW GOODE “OZYMANDIAS” COSTUME CREATED FOR WATCHMEN. (Warner Bros., 2009) Accompanied by an original Warner Bros. Studios COA. $8,000 – $12,000 (p. 601)

#1797. JEFFREY DEAN MORGAN “THE COMEDIAN” COSTUME CREATED FOR WATCHMEN. (Warner Bros., 2009) Accompanied with an original Warner Bros. Studios COA. $8,000 – $12,000 (p. 601)

#1801. CHRIS EVANS “CAPTAIN AMERICA” DOG TAGS FROM CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER. (Paramount, 20011) Screen worn aluminum dog tags stamped “Steven G Rogers, 987654320 T42 0 P”. Hero dog tags are visible in the early scenes at Camp Lehigh. Rogers is doing pushups and his dog tags are clearly visible, and again when he jumps on a grenade to save “Peggy Carter” and his fellow soldiers. $1,000 – $1,500 (p. 602)
#1808. “TED” ROD PUPPET USED IN TED AND TED 2. (Universal, 2012/2015) Original fullsize 25 x 13.5 in. signature “Ted” puppet prop. Constructed of faux fur over soft stuffed form, plastic nose and taxidermy eyes. $12,000 – $15,000 (p. 604)
#1821. SEAN ASTIN “SAMWISE” PROSTHETIC HOBBIT FEET FROM THE LORD OF THE RINGS: RETURN OF THE KING. (New Line Cinema, 2003) A pair of foam latex prosthetic Hobbit feet created for the production of The Lord of the Rings trilogy for use by Sean Astin as the hobbit “Samwise Gamgee”. Prosthetic Hobbit feet were never re-used and typically destroyed during the removal process at the end of each filming day, making this set incredibly rare. The inside of each foot was autographed by Sean Astin during an official signing appearance. Accompanied by a signed LOA by Astin. Each measuring 11 in long. In production-used good condition. $6,000 – $8,000 (p. 610)

Hobbit ears also available from $2,000 – $3,000. (p. 610)
. Swords available from $6,000 – $8,000 (p. 612)

#1829. “RINGWRAITH” SCREEN-USED COSTUME DISPLAY FROM THE LORD OF THE RINGS TRILOGY. (New Line Cinema, 2001-2003) (p. 613)

Many other items available from the LOTR Trilogy.

#1854. PAUL MCCARTNEY SIGNED 1965 HOFNER 500/1 “VIOLIN” BASS GUITAR. $30,000 – $50,000 (p. 621)

#1855. JOHN LENNON’S PERSONAL BRITISH FIREMAN’S OVERCOAT. (ca.1970s) Navy blue cropped kneelength wool Fireman’s greatcoat featuring an asymmetrical doublebreasted lapel, epaulettes and silver metal “NFS” (National Fire Service) monogramed buttons at epaulettes and front closure. $15,000 – $20,000 (p. 622)

#1864. AUTHENTIC VINTAGE CHARM/AMULET MADE FROM ACTUAL JIMI HENDRIX HAIR. (1970) Handmade 19 in. long amulet charm. Originally created (circa 1971) by Felix Pappalardi (Bassist for Mountain and producer of Cream) the Hendrix hair charms went on to notoriety when they were used for a widely publicized séance/interview held by Guitar World magazine (article by Harold Steinblatt – in the January 1994 issue) in an attempt to reach guitar god Jimi Hendrix from the beyond. The charm comes with a notarized LOA and remains in vintage very good condition. $60,000 – $80,000 (p. 625)
#1887. STEVIE NICKS UNIDENTIFIED ALBUM COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY HERBERT WORTHINGTON. (ca. 1980s) Vintage original oversize black and white 15.75 x 19.75 in. un-retouched photograph of Stevie Nicks. With acetate cover sheet marked for editing in red grease pencil (photo unmarked). Handwritten notes include, “Clean up (complete hand), Smooth out face, fix eyelashes, lips”, etc. In vintage very fine condition. From the collection of photographer Herbert Worthington. $1,000 – $1,500 (p. 633)

A large amount of other Stevie Nicks items available.

Other notable musicians are David Bowie, Santana,
Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, Pink Floyd, Annie Lennox, plus many more.

#1900. MICHAEL JACKSON SHIRT SCREEN WORN DURING THE 1995 ABC TV INTERVIEW WITH HIS NEW WIFE LISA MARIE PRESLEY AND DIANE SAWYER. (1995) $20,000 – $30,000 (p. 636)
#1907. STAR WARS: EPISODE IV – A NEW HOPE TEASER STYLE B 1-SHEET POSTER. (TCF, 1977) Vintage original 27 x 41 in. 1-sheet poster. With 3 horizontal folds. Wear to the upper margin and 1 in. upper left corner loss. In generally very good to fine condition. From the collection of Star Wars producer Gary Kurtz. $300 – $500 (p. 640)

Several other Star Wars posters (all Star Wars movies) including those made for other countries that were translated into their native language.

 

And there you go! A sample of the hundreds of items for sale in the Hollywood Auction 74. Make sure to check it out here, or download a pdf copy here.

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