LONDON (Reuters) – Jurassic Park's dinosaur stones, a Star Wars storm storm helmet and Monty Python's sacred arm grenade are among the memorabilia of the London hammer this month with auctioneers expecting more than 6 million pounds. $ 7.5 million).
On sale will also be about Jack Nicholson from “The Shining” and his purple Joker clothes “Batman”.
One of the main pieces is a storm storm helmet from the original 1977 Star Star film, and it is hoped that it will receive up to 180,000 pounds from the Prop Store film souvenir retailer.
Despite the thin padding and extraordinary view of the original costume, actor Syd Wragg was delighted to be back on Wednesday for the first time since he spent the series. His name, which is still visible, is marked in a pen on his inside.
Although there was no bang when the pin was removed from the “Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch”, sellers hope that the “Monty Python and Holy Grail” piece will be of interest to commemorate Britain's 50th anniversary. year this year.
“In Monty Python's true style, this was taken from a crow from a toilet system,” said Stephen Lane, of the Prop Store, who is organizing the auction.
Prop Store has displayed approximately 250 of the 900 trees at the BFI Imax building in Waterloo, south of London, where the auction will be held.
Fans may be surprised by the latest trip of Joker with the lighter colorful attire that is displayed from Jack Nicholson's turn as a character in “Batman”. Nicholson chose himself the unique purple shadow that matches L. Lakers basketball team, Lane said.
The two-day auction is fixed for September 30 until October 1, and the public can see many until then.
Reporting by Tara Oakes; edited by Stephen Addison
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