Los Angeles: Superman’s First Movie very first film cape was offered for practically $200,000 Monday alongside a set of uncommon Hollywood memorabilia, the public sale home stated.
The prop from Christopher Reeve’s “Superman”, which went for $193,750, headlined Monday’s sale of about four hundred cinephile gadgets at Julien’s Auctions in Los Angeles.
Solely six capes incomplete had been used whereas taking pictures of the movie, which got here out in 1978.
A number of costumes from “Star Trek” additionally discovered consumers. These included the uniform worn by Patrick Stewart for his function as Captain Jean-Luc Picard, which offered for $28,800.
Leonard Nimoy’s Romulan costume from “Star Trek: Deep House 9” offered for $20,000.
Dan Akroyd’s jumpsuit from “Ghostbusters II” additionally went up for public sale and was offered for $32,000, in response to Julien’s Auctions, which makes a specialty of Hollywood collections and memorabilia.
Though it was initially introduced as a public sale headline merchandise, the pipe of Bilbo Baggins, performed by Ian Holm within the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, was not offered on the public sale.