20 Amazing Pieces of Hollywood Memorabilia You Can Own This Week

Harrison Ford “Han Solo” blaster from Star Wars

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updated 12/16/2013 AT 3:00 PM ET

originally published 12/18/2013 AT 9:00 AM ET

Have you ever wanted a Tron suit? Would you be willing to sell your car, or perhaps one of your less-essential internal organs, for it?

If so, we have great news for you.

Auction house Profiles in History is auctioning off an astounding number of pieces of Hollywood memorabilia on Dec. 21.

While the average fan probably can’t afford any of it, even average fans can pray for a Christmas miracle.

20. A chair from ‘Rick’s’ of Casablanca fame

“Rick’s Cafe” chair from Casablanca

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For $3,000-$5,000, this handsome bamboo and wicker chair (also used in Paramount’s White Christmas and Funny Face) can be yours. Piano, melancholy and booze not included.

19. Mork from Ork spacesuit from Mork and Mindy

Robin Williams’ “Mork from Ork” costume from Mork and Mindy

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Expected to fetch between $20,000-$30,000, this is believed to be the only Mork suit to ever go to auction.

18. ‘Mulder’ and ‘Scully’ FBI badges from The X-Files

“Mulder” and “Scully” prop badges from The X-Files

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For just $4,000-$6,000, you and the purchaser can investigate paranormal occurrences like the real Mulder & Scully! Price does not cover insurance against sewer monsters, pyrokinetics or Doug Hutchinson.

17. ‘Young Indy’ whip from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

River Phoenix “Young Indy” whip from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

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River Phoenix played “Young Indy” in the final original installment of the Indiana Jones franchise. This is the whip he used in his scenes, expected to go for between $12,000-$15,000.

16. Frank Sinatra’s personal signature tuxedo

Frank Sinatra personal signature tuxedo

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Imagine showing up to a party in Frank Sinatra’s tuxedo. For $12,000-$15,000, you can make that fantasy a reality.

15. ‘Spock’ ears from Star Trek

Leonard Nimoy “Spock” ear tips from Star Trek

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There’s really nothing to say here except these are Spock’s pointy ears, relatively affordable at $3,000. And they’re AMAZING.

14. Lifeboat from Titanic

Full-size hero Lifeboat #14 used to rescue “Rose” from Titanic

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Because it’s nearly 28 feet long, good luck finding somewhere to display your $40-60,000 lifeboat. That said, it is the very one used to rescue Rose.

13. ‘Frodo’ sword ‘Sting’ from Lord of the Rings

“Frodo Baggins” hand-crafted full-size “Sting” aluminum sword from the Lord of the Rings trilogy

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Profiles in History sold Orlando Bloom’s Legolas bow for $372,000 in 2012, so don’t be surprised if this goes for far higher than its estimated $50,000 price tag.

12. ‘Wilson’ volleyball from Cast Away

Screen-used “Wilson” volley ball from the escape sequence in Cast Away

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Wil-soooooooooon! Wiiiiilllllllll-sooooooonnnnnn! Price: $15,000.

11. ‘Blue Warrior’ costume from Tron

Tron complete “Blue Warrior” costume

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Despite the fact that the headpiece is just an old hockey helmet, this piece of your childhood could sell for $20,000. Perhaps Daft Punk will buy it.

10. James Dean’s ‘Jim’ switchblade from Rebel Without a Cause

James Dean’s switchblade from Rebel Without a Cause

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Sadly, the knife is not operational, a quality we like in our $25,000 switchblades, so that’s something to keep in mind if you’re looking for an incredibly expensive dueling knife.

9. Alien egg from Aliens

Screen-used animatronic alien egg from Aliens

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It actually opens (making it more functional than Dean’s switchblade, and at only $12,000, a better bargain), giving you the option of recreating scenes from both the Alien films and your nightmares. It doesn’t come with a “face hugger,” but hey, while you’re at the auction, you can buy one of those, too!

8. Marlon Brando’s ‘Don Corleone’ coat from The Godfather

Marlon Brando “Don Corleone” screen-worn assassination overcoat from The Godfather

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You can buy the coat Don Corleone was shot in for $50,000. America is a wonderful place.

7. ‘Jack’ sled from The Nightmare Before Christmas

The Nightmare Before Christmas sled

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This is one of only two screen-used sleds from Tim Burton’s popular 1993 film. Over three feet long and a foot high, it’s a little unsettling and very beautiful, just like the film.

6. ‘Red Ranger’ suit from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

Original Red Ranger costume from Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers

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In our opinion, this is a steal at $3,000. And it comes with the blaster, too!

5. ‘Batman’ suit from Batman Returns

Michael Keaton screen-used suit from Batman Returns

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As the auction house notes, costume designer Bob Ringwood practically invented the modern cinematic superhero costume with this molded latex suit: “Batman represented the first time ever that a superhero costume was envisioned as more than just a fancy set of tights.” Worth every penny of the $60,000.

4. Dick Van Dyke’s ‘Bert’ jacket from Mary Poppins

Dick Van Dyke “Bert” jacket from “Jolly Holiday” scene in Mary Poppins

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Should you shell out $100,000 for the coat Dick Van Dyke wears when he sings “Jolly Holiday” in Mary Poppins, you will have purchased the most expensive garish coat in the world.

3. ‘Willy Wonka’ costume from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Gene Wilder “Willy Wonka” signature costume from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

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Regrettably, this costume does not include Wonka’s top hat, which is an absolute crime, though it does bring the price down to a rather affordable $60,000.

2. ‘Dorothy’ dress from The Wizard of Oz

Judy Garland “Dorothy” early test dress for The Wizard of Oz

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Although a test dress not worn during actual filming, this garment is still expected to sell for anywhere between $200,000-$300,000. But it includes an original MGM cleaning tag, so … there’s that.

1. ‘Han Solo’ blaster from Star Wars

Harrison Ford “Han Solo” blaster from Star Wars

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Used in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, this “non-firing” blaster (a detail we love that the auction house added) is projected to pull in up to $300,000. That’s a tad salty, but in the words of Han Solo: “Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.”

Words to live by.

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