The impressive price of Hollywood memorabilia, including the hammer of the Torah, will be announced at the next Prop Store auction.
In Saturday’s Weekend Today segment, Prop Store CEO Brandon Allinger discussed selling cult favorites to viewers.
The original Thor hammer is for sale, the rubber hammer is expected to sell between $100,000 and $150,000.
How much does a Torah hammer really cost? Celebrity CEO Brandon Allinger has revealed incredible prices for Hollywood memorabilia, including the hammer used in Thor. Pictured: Chris Hemsworth as Torah
“There’s a lot of interest in it, it’s actually a version of a rubber band trick,” Brandon said. “That’s when actors hope they don’t hurt anyone.”
Brandon went on to show off the X-wing fighter model from the first 1977 Star Wars movie, which is getting a lot of interest.
Forbes.com lists the model’s estimated retail price from $500,000 to $1 million.
Under the hammer: The original Torah hammer comes with the hammer, the rubber hammer is expected to sell between $100,000 and $150,000 (pictured)
Before CGI, filmmakers made models for the movie Fighter Plane, a “relic” of film history.
Star Wars is clearly a cinematic classic with a huge fan base.
The American Graffiti Harrison Ford cowboy hat has also been up for auction since 1973.
Expensive: Forbes.com lists the model as having a possible selling price of $500,000 to $1 million. The model was used in the original 1977 Star Wars movie.
The film also sold his license plate, which reportedly cost up to $10,000.
A common characteristic is passion. “They love these things and they love having the opportunity to own them,” Brandon said.
More than 600 works of art are up for auction and sales are expected to reach around $9 million.
The live streaming auction will take place on June 21, where bidding is open to internal observers.
Odds and Endings: All auction products contain over 600 products and are expected to sell for around $9 million. It will be June 21st
Source: Daily Mail