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Harrison Ford’s bullwhip from Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-winning sequel Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade will be up for auction later this month, and it is estimated to sell for at least $60,000.
The iconic piece is one of 600 lots of movie memorabilia available at a Prop Store’s Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction, to be held Sept. 26 in London. A free exhibition, presenting over 300 lots, is now open to the public at the BFI IMAX in Waterloo, where the auction will be telecasted for fans.
Other lots include: Christopher Reeve’s flying cape from Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (valued at $9,500-$12,000), Tom Cruise’s Top Gun flying suit (valued at $24,000-$36,000), Roger Moore’s royal navy cap from the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me (valued at $6,000-$8,000), Scarface‘s hand-painted portrait of Al Pacino’s Tony Montana (valued at $35,000-$60,000) and the film’s green card for the beloved character (valued at $12,000-$18,000). See the full list of items here.
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