Sell Your Back to the Future Screen Used Memorabilia for $50,000 & Up
FREE ESTIMATE. To auction, buy, consign or sell your Back to the Future screen used memorabilia, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call The Nate D. Sanders Auction House in Los Angeles (http://www.NateDSanders.com) at (310) 440-2982. We are also interested in Back to the Future screen worn costumes. Thank you.
Back to the Future Screen Used Memorabilia
Back to the Future screen used memorabilia is worth a fortune. Recently a Back to the Future screen used memorabilia being a screen used Police cruiser sold for approximately $65,000. A Back to the Future screen used memorabilia being a screen used hoverboard sold for over $50,000. 2015 Nike Mags sneakers from the Back to the Future II sold for over $80,000. We at Nate D. Sanders Auction House (http://www.NateDSanders.com) can obtain up to $50,000 or more for your Back to the Future screen used memorabilia or Back to the Future screen worn costumes especially Back to the Future screen used memorabilia and screen worn costumes from Michael J. Fox.
About Our Auction House in Los Angeles and the Sale of Movie Memorabilia:
Nate D. Sanders Auction House has sold, besides over $6 million worth of original Academy Awards:
See: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/02/controversial-sale-of-oscar-statuettes-brings-3-million.html (this is only half of the Oscars sold)
Kate Winslet screen-worn dress coat from ”Titanic”. James Cameron directed Winslet in the 1997 blockbuster, in which she starred as the wealthy Rose DeWitt Bukater, star-crossed lover to Leonardo DiCaprio’s working class character Jack. Winslet is dressed in the pink coat during the scenes when the ship begins to sink. Staining to lower portion of silk lining due to this partial submergence during filming, else near fine. Extensive provenance includes a two year paid exhibition in a Titanic museum and write-up in the USA Today newspaper. Also with a COA from Twentieth-Century Fox, indicating that this coat was worn by Kate Winslet ”on deck during sinking scenes”, as well as an LOA from Salvador Perez, the Costume Manufacturing Foreman on ”Titanic,” confirming that this coat was screen-worn by Winslet in the film. A beautiful wardrobe piece from one of the most important sequences in ”Titanic,” the second highest grossing film of all time. Sold for $164,520.