Star Wars, the dress worn by Carrie Fisher will be auctioned

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Princess Leia’s dress worn by Carrie Fisher in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope will soon be sold at auction, and could reach the value of well 2 million dollars. A head-spinning amount for one of the many props that will be auctioned next month in Los Angeles: items coming from the sets of Batman, The guardians of the galaxy And Harry Potterwhich could pay off over 12 million dollars.

Props up for auction

From June 28 to 30 Los Angeles will host an auction organized by Propstore, in which they will be sold over 1400 props from some of the most famous sets in the history of cinema. Among these, the wedding dress of Princess Leia worn by Carrie Fisher, which could be sold for between 1 and 2 million dollars. But that is not all. The Batpod by will also be auctioned off The Dark Knight (2008) e The Dark Knight Rises (2012), which could be sold at a price similar to that of the dress.

Also inevitable is a stage costume worn by Daniel Radcliffe in the movie Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, complete with the ever-present glasses, which will be auctioned off for up to 150,000 dollars. Among other objects there are then the shield of Brad Pitt of Troy and the costume worn by Michael Keaton in the film Batman from 1989. In short, thousands of articles for fans of world cinema.

A unique piece

“This year’s Propstore Los Angeles Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction features many never-before-seen treasures of film and television content, including Princess Leia’s formal gown from the end of Star Wars, which once thought it was lost,” he comments Brandon Alinger, Chief Operations Officer of Propstore on the decision to auction a unique piece like the dress worn by Carrie Fisher. “Whether you’re an advanced collector or just learning that it’s possible to own items like these, we’ll have over 1400 original lots of stage and other costumes to choose from, representing over 500 of your favorite titles.”