If you want some action movie set pieces to add to your collection, you’re going to have to start saving.
The Prop Store, which sells movie memorabilia and hosts auctions, is putting up roughly 600 items for auction in London on Sept. 26, proving that even the smallest props can go for big bucks.
Indiana Jones’ famous bullwhip, seen in “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,” is expected to be the big seller. Prop Store estimates it’ll go for between £50,000 -£70,000, or around $60,000 – $84,000.
Another high-roller is a hand-painted Tony Montana and Elvira Hancock (Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer) portrait, complete with bullet holes from “Scarface,” expected to land anywhere between £30,000 – 50,000, or more than $36,000.
The auction will also include items like Tony Montana’s green card, James Bond’s Royal Navy cap from “The Spy Who Loved Me,” and Tom Cruise’s flight suit from “Top Gun.” The latter is expected to sell for more than £20,000, or around $24,000.
Additionally, if you’re a fan of the worst “Superman” movie of all time, the hero’s flying tunic from “Superman IV: The Quest for Peace” will be selling for more than £8,000 or almost $10,000.
If you’re in the area, you can check out the exhibition, which is open to the public at the BFI IMAX, Waterloo, London.
You can also register and place online bids if you can’t make the cross-ocean trip — at the Prop Store website.