Screen Used or Worn Batman Dark Knight Rises Memorabilia Sells for Appr. $350,000
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We at NateDSanders.com offer you a 0% commission on your screen used or worn Batman Dark Knight Rises memorabilia and offer you an interest-free cash advance that should save you tens of thousands of dollars over our competitors. We will also grant you a high reserve which no other auction house will let you do while, at the same time, obtaining a 0% rate. Free FedEx pickup, free insurance and free FedEx shipping to our auction house in Los Angeles for your screen used or worn Batman Dark Knight Rises memorabilia.
Screen Used or Worn Batman Dark Knight Rises Memorabilia
In 2016, a screen used Batman Dark Knight Rises memorabilia being a Batpod vehicle sold for approximately $350,000
Also in 2016, a screen worn Batman Dark Knight Rises memorabilia being a Batsuit sold for over $200,000
We at Nate D. Sanders Auction House (http://www.NateDSanders.com) can get these prices for you or more for your screen used or worn Batman Dark Knight Rises memorabilia. Please email Nate@NateDSanders.com for a free appraisal.
About Our Auction House
The Nate D. Sanders Auction House in Los Angeles has sold millions of dollars worth of screen used memorabilia and original Academy Awards. Here is one news article that describes not only describes our success with your consignments but illustrates why we obtain such high prices — the massive free publicity we obtain.
All of the Oscars pictured by Getty Images sold for $3 million dollars on a single day and Getty Images photographs gets used by most worldwide news outlets including CNN, Fox News, LA Times, NY Times, The Times of London, etc.
Here is a Vanity Fair article of how we sold just one piece of movie memorabilia for over $425,000, even though we have sold over $6 million worth of Academy Awards: