Celebrity Authentics is excited to present their debut auction on iCollector.com with a great selection of pieces to chose from to satisfy collectors from around the world. The catalog is currently open for absentee bidding and the live online auction kicks off on Saturday November 16th at 2PM Eastern Time. Featured film items include from Star Wars, Harry Potter, The Wolverine, Underworld, Hellboy, The Walking Dead, Star Trek, Godzilla, Venom, Planet of the Apes, Avengers, Halloween, Wonder Woman, Terminator and many more. Don’t miss this opportunity to win some of the rarest and most coveted pieces in genuine screen used and celebrity autographed memorabilia. Please note lots will be reordered closer to the day of the auction so make sure to bookmark items of interest through your iCollector account.
Since 2004 Celebrity Authentics has been the industry leader in genuine celebrity autographed collectibles and their unique relationship with film and television’s leading talent provides them with unprecedented access to not only screen used props and wardrobe but also their process of authentication. In their auctions, they only offer screen and production used items that are authenticated by the actor, studio or studio employee – providing bidders peace of mind that the item is unequivocally authentic. Celebrity Authentics has recently launched their first auction with icollector featuring some truly unique pieces with incredible provenance including the Star Wars A New Hope Screen Used Communicator authenticated by C-3PO himself, Anthony Daniels; Helena Bonham Carter’s Screen Used Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Bellatrix Lestrange Stunt Wand; Hugh Jackman’s Screen Used Stunt Claws from The Wolverine and a remarkable find, Steven Tyler’s personal three wheel cart used on his estate.
Featured at Lot 48 is the fantastic 1985 Back to The Future Screen Used Plutonium Rod. This prop was custom-made by the production for use by Christopher Lloyd as “Doc Brown”. Rod is made of red and clear acrylic with a caution label applied to the top and shows consistent wear from use and storage, but remains in fantastic condition. A very rare prop from the first film! Ships with Celebrity Authentics Letter of Authenticity hand-signed by Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd verifying the item’s on screen use. Extraordinary hero piece from one of the most iconic films and franchises of all time!
One of the most coveted pieces of the auction is up next at Lot 49; a screen used communicator from Star Wars Episode IV. As fully described in the catalog:
” To own a genuine screen used piece from this legendary franchise is the dream of every Star Wars fan – to own a hero used prop such as this Communicator with a Letter of Authenticity signed by one of the film’s leading stars is the Holy Grail. This Screen Used Communicator measures 4.5″ in length x 1.5″ wide x 1″ in diameter and was used during the filming of George Lucas’ 1977 worldwide phenomenon, Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, by Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker and Anthony Daniels as C3PO while trying to escape the trash compactor. Mr. Daniels throughly examined this item and was delighted to sign the Celebrity Authentics Letter of Authenticity confirming that this item was in fact the Communicator used by him in the film that started it all. Truly a piece worthy of the finest museum – or your collection.”
Lot 58 is where collectors can find the autographed Back to the Future hoverboard! This incredible treasure is described as follows:
“This officially licensed Back to the Future Part II Hoverboard as seen in the classic film personally hand signed by Michael J. Fox (Marty McFly), Christopher Lloyd (Doc Brown), Thomas Wilson (Biff Tannen), Lea Thompson (Lorraine Baines) and writer Bob Gale during their autograph signings with Celebrity Authentics. Made of molded plastic and measuring about 28 inches long and 8 inches wide this detailed piece even features Velcro grips and shoe strap. Hoverboard ships affixed with the Celebrity Authentics serial-numbered, tamper evident Authentication Hologram and includes matching Celebrity Authentics Certificates of Authenticity featuring a picture of each signing the hoverboard. Exact item pictured is what you will receive.”
X-Men fans can look to Lot 61 for a pair of screen used hero claws worn by Hugh Jackman. This great piece comes with a COA signed by Stan Lee himself. These amazing hero Wolverine fighting claws were created by the special effects team and worn by Hugh Jackman during the filming of the 2013 film The Wolverine! Worn on screen and visible throughout the film, these claws are made of urethane resin and measure approximately 11 inches long. This rare piece also includes Celebrity Authentics Letter of Authenticity hand-signed by Stan Lee verifying the item’s on screen use and provenance. Exact item pictured in the online catalog is what the winning bidder will receive.
Lot 64 is a great piece from Captain America The First Avenger. As described in the catalog:
“Bring this unique and rare screen used piece to your home of the Captain America The First Avenger Screen Used Stark Industries Canister measuring approximately 12 inches long. Ships affixed with Celebrity Authentics serial-numbered and tamper evident Authentication Hologram and includes Celebrity Authentics Certificate of Authenticity featuring picture of Chris signing canister. Includes Celebrity Authentics Letter of Authenticity signed by Chris Evans verifying item’s origin and provenance. Exact item pictured is what you will receive.”
Another highly coveted feature in this auction is a screen used hero coat from Underword Awakening worn by Kate Beckinsdale at Lot 68. This is a very rare screen used and screen matched Hero Selene’s coat, worn by Kate Beckinsale as Death Dealer Selene throughout the film! This includes Celebrity Authentics Letter of Authenticity personally signed by Kate Beckinsale verifying this item’s production use and provenance.
iCollector.com and Celebrity Authentics are excited to launch their new partnership with such a high calibre auction full of unique and rare pieces. Bidders are encouraged to register early, put in their maximum bids ahead of the live auction, and be sure to ask questions through email or phone directly to the auctioneer.