'Game of Thrones,' 'Titanic' and Robin Williams Memorabilia Up for Auction

Buy a chance to dress like Leo and shout, "I'm the king of the world!"
Courtesy of Profiles in History

Wear the crown. Raise the staff. Be the king of the world.

Among the items Hollywood memorabilia experts Profiles in History are selling at their Oct. 17-20 Hollywood Icons auction are Robert Baratheon’s crown from season one of Game of Thrones (estimate: $15,000), a screen-used Gandalf wizard’s staff from the Lord of the Rings trilogy ($25,000), and the jacket Leonardo DiCaprio wore as he stood on the prow of the Titanic and proclaimed himself the “king of the world” (between $50,000 and $70,000).

“What better piece of film memorabilia than Jack’s highly recognizable coat to launch our Hollywood auction?” noted Joseph Maddalena, president and CEO of Profiles in History. 

Also up for auction is one of the prison sweatshirts Steve McQueen wore in The Great Escape (estimate: $12,000), a Lone Ranger mask from the collection of Clayton Moore ($30,000) and — “Book ‘em, Danno!” — a Steve McGarrett Hawaii Five-O prop badge used by Jack Lord (a steal at its estimated price of $1,500).

There will also be dresses worn by Grace Kelly (estimate: $20,000), Ginger Rogers ($4,000) and Marilyn Monroe ($40,000).

Profiles will also be auctioning off its first Robin Williams items since the actor’s tragic death on Aug. 11, including a space costume (estimate: $15,000) and prop egg ($4,000) from the hit 1970s TV show Mork & Mindy. Also related to Williams: an original screen-used Jumanji game board from the 1995 movie ($30,000).

Other fun stuff includes 250 Star Trek: The Next Generation scripts from the personal collection of Jonathan Frakes, who played Commander William T. Riker (estimate: $6,000).

The auction takes place Oct. 17-20 at the Profiles office in Calabasas and online.

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