Screen Used Props from Superman, Batman, Star Wars Up For Auction
Prop Domain Auctions are presenting their monthly auction up for absentee and live bidding on iCollector.com. This auction, taking place on Saturday June 13th, will be featuring over 200 lots screen used props from a wide range of movie categories including feature items from Superman, Batman, Stargate, Star Wars, Jaws, and Chucky. Regular customers of Prop Domain are welcome to the auction, and secure registration for new bidders is available online.
The live auction will be presented with a live audio feed from the always entertaining David Brandon, who is the founder of Prop Domain auctions, and top ranked horror movie site, HorrorDomain.com. Bidders can enjoy the commentary on each item, how he came about to acquire each piece, and bid alongside fellow collectors in pursuit of authentic props and memorabilia. In addition to feature items from blockbuster movies, the auction will also have many one of a kind costumes and body parts from famous horror movies. Whether your budget is $10 or $10000, David will have something to offer you to use at your next party, or to add to your collection.
Lot 21 is something for Baywatch collectors. From one of the most popular TV series in the world, comes a screen used and worn bathing suit from superstar Carmen Electra. This particular suit can be screen matched because it was used in rescue scenes. The rear has Velcro to secure the black strap linked to the rescue bouy and still has black threads caught in the velcro from the strap. Absentee bidding is currently up to $500 for this hard to find piece.
An auction from Prop Domain is not complete without one of his favorite offerings from the Chucky series of movies. At Lot 25 is a complete hero Chucky puppet that is screen used from the Bride of Chucky. This is one of the most significant modern horror props offered at auction and is one of only 3 that were completed. This particular package is comprised of props from Bride of Chucky and Seed of Chucky. There is a very detailed description about how this puppet was put together and how it came to be such a significant part of horror history available in the online catalog. Also, a full array of photos are up for viewing. There is no telling where the bidding will end up on this item but it is a must have for horror collectors.
In addition, there are pieces from a wide range of movies. Bidders should note that lot numbers are subject to change as items are added. The catalog is generally sorted into alphabetical order for easy browsing the day before the auction. The auction starts at 10AM Pacific Time on Saturday June 13th, 2015 with full bidding available on iCollector.com