For the 2nd year in a row, ODEON are partnering with Prop Store to hold the UK's biggest auction of entertainment memorabilia at London's BFI IMAX this September.
A chance for hardcore fans and collectors to get their hands on a part of cinematic and popular culture history!
Over 450 iconic lots of original props, costumes and rare production material will be sold on the 27th of September at the BFI IMAX, proudly presented by ODEON, in London, Waterloo. The spectacular live auction will also be live-streamed online with an interactive webcast for fans to track the bidding.
A free museum worthy preview exhibition will be open to the public in the run up to the auction, opening on the 14th September at the BFI IMAX and showcasing over 250 lots from the upcoming auction.
The Prop Store Preview Exhibition will coincide with a number of special screenings, including classics such as 'Gladiator' and the Christopher Nolan directed 'The Dark Knight' trilogy.
What's more, if you pre-book you are in with a chance of winning some exclusive movie artifacts.
The Prop Store Exhibition opens on 14th September and lasts until 29th September.
The Prop Store Auction takes place on 27th - 29th September.
Both the Auction and Exhibition take place at BFI IMAX in London, Waterloo.
Entry to both the Exhibition and Auction is free and there is no need for a ticket to enter the BFI IMAX.
You can watch other people spend huge amounts of cash, whilst you soak up the atmoshpere and marvel at the decades of cinematic history in front of your very eyes.
You can bid online, on the telephone, or in person. Online pre-bids can be made, as well as absentee bidding.
They may be the Dark side, but they have damn cool costumes.
Bidding on a TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet from Star Wars: A New Hope (1977) is expected to reach the dizzying heights of £50-70k.
Take home a piece of movie making history with Steven Spielberg's clapperboard from the set of the Hollywood classic Jaws (1975).
This lot will take a hefty bite out of your wallet with bidding expected at £30-40k.
The ID badges carried by FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully in The X-Files (1993-2002) could reach a cool £3-5k each.
Do you believe?
Need an outfit for your next big event? Or just something impressive to decorate the Batcave?
Get your hands on Christian Bale's Batsuit from Batman Begins (2005) for an expected £30-40k at auction.