'Superman,' 'I Love Lucy,' 'Happy Days' and 11 Other Notable Items Up for Auction

5:18 PM 9/29/2015

by THR Staff

A raft of Hollywood memorabilia is on sale via Profiles in History from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1.

Courtesy of Profiles in History

Fonzie’s motorcycle, Princess Leia’s slave costume and Orson Welles personal copy of the first draft of Citizen Kane (working title: The American) are some of the cool Hollywood memorabilia up for auction via Profiles in History from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1. Some things are incredibly pricey (got $800,000 for Ron Howard’s American Graffiti car?) but others can be had for a relative bargain (a whiskey set Lucille Ball won at a Bing Crosby charity golf tournament for a $600 starting bid).

Here's 14 pieces of coveted and cool Hollywood memorabilia up for sale. 

  • The Fonz’s Triumph Trophy TR5 Motorcycle and Leather Jacket from 'Happy Days'

    Est. $30,000 - $150,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    The motorcycle is one of three Triumph motorcycles the Fonz used during the ten-year run of Happy Days (est. $100,000 - $150,000). The leather jacket was a studio-used production jacket, likely for various stunt scenes (est. $30,000 - $50,000).

  • Screen-worn Indiana Jones Fedora from 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade'

    $30,000 - $50,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    Used in the first scene of film, when it was blown off into the water. A stunt-double retrieved it, however, and now the hat is still in “very good” condition, save some water damage. The hat has a blue stamped Herbert Johnson liner (the maker) and is size 7 ⅛ U.S. (58 U.K.). 

  • Marilyn Monroe’s Hand-Annotated Shooting Script from 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'

    Est. $30,000 - $50,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    Marilyn Monroe’s personally marked-up script, with revisions delivered by the production to Monroe.

     

  • George Reeves’ 'Superman' Costume Ensemble with FX

    Est. $100,000-$150,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    Worn by George Reeves in the The Adventures of Superman, the gray knit wool suit also comes with a special effects “flying pan” harness.

  • Indiana Jones Bullwhip with Accompanying Harrison Ford LOA

    Est. $100,000 - $150,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    Original bullwhip used by Harrison Ford in the first three installments of Indiana Jones. It’s made of hand-woven strands of kangaroo hide wrapped to a solid handle and pommel. Comes with letter of authenticity from Ford.

  • Joffrey Baratheon’s Screen-Used 'Game of Thrones' crown

    Est. $15,000 - $25,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    Worn by Jack Gleeson’s King Joffrey throughout Seasons 1 and 2 of the drama, its antler design consists of cast resin and amber-colored resin jewel and is painted in metallic gold and studio-antiqued to appear aged.

  • Ron Howard’s Screen-Used 'American Graffiti' 1958 Chevrolet Impala

    Est. $800,000 - $1,200,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    The only Chevrolet 1958 Impala Sport Coupe custom fabricated for American Graffiti has been in the hands of its owner since 1973 and features original studio white paint with red trim along with the original studio-customized red and white tuck and roll.

  • Evel Knievel’s Screen-Used Harley-Davidson Stratocycle from 'Viva Knievel!'

    Est. $200,000 - $300,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    The screen-used custom-built 1976 Harley XLCH Sportster 1000 features futuristic fiberglass wings, custom exhaust ports, and a red, white and blue eagle-motif paint scheme.  Comes with original California registration card and an original invoice from Harley-Davidson Motor Co.

  • Lucille Ball Collectibles

    Est. $600 - $8,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    Bargains for Lucy lovers! Quirky memorabilia from Lucille Ball up for sale includes a purse from the day she married Gary Morton in 1961, a pocketbook she used at a benefit hosted by Bob Hope in 1971, her  portable makeup table (sized for her 5’7” frame), and whiskey box received at the Bing Crosby Pro-Am Anniversary Tournament in 1963.

  • Col. Hogan’s Brown Bomber Jacket and Shirt from 'Hogan’s Heroes'

    Est. $20,000 - $30,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    The bomber jacket includes the winged star military insignia painted onto the left sleeve and the American eagle painted on the right shoulder. The nametag “Col. R.E. Hogan” is printed in gold gilt and sewn to the left breast.

  • Marilyn Monroe Signed Oversized Photograph

    Est. $50,000 - $70,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    Shot by Laszlo Willinger, Monroe is wearing a one-piece white swimsuit and heels posed against a black background—her signature is in the bottom right.  

  • 1443. Original Screen Used Rebel “Blockade Runner” Filming Miniature From 'Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope'

    Est. $200,000 - $300,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    The first spacecraft seen in the original Star Wars film is a 16” miniature built to provide the illusion of the spacecraft receding into the distance. It comes directly from the collection of Grant McCune, Chief Model Maker on the Miniature and Optical Effects Unit on Star Wars.

  • Spock Tunic from 'Star Trek: The Original Series'

    Est. $70,000-90,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    This blue science officer top was used in the second season and then was given away as the first prize in a Star Trek design-a-costume contest. It comes with three letters from 1968 attesting to its provenance: One from Leonard Nimoy (Spock), one from costume designer Bill Theiss and a third from the contest sponsor. The jersey has been stored in a closet since being won almost 50 years ago.

     

  • Screen-Used Harpoon Rifle from 'Jaws'

    Est. $60,000 - $80,000

    Courtesy of Profiles in History

    This 36.5” gun  was used by Robert Shaw’s Quint when tethering the floating barrels to the shark. Comes with a letter of authenticity from production designer and 2nd Unit Designer Joe Alves

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