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TO RECEIVE A FREE APPRAISAL from Nate’s Auction of your screen used Lord of the Rings prop, email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call our memorabilia auction in Los Angeles (http://www.NateDSanders.com) at (310) 440-2982.  Nate D. Sanders auction house auctions, buys, sells and takes on consignment your screen used Lord of the Rings prop & costumes.  Your seller’s commission rate with us is 0%, we will give you an interest-free cash advance and a high reserve.  Please email Nate@NateDSanders.com today.

Screen used Lord of the Rings prop

Recently, major screen used Lord of the Rings prop lots came up for auction:

Lord of the Rings Prop

Lord of the Rings Orlando Bloom’s Bow

A screen used Lord of the Rings prop, an Orlando Bloom Legolas Lothlorien bow sold for over $300,000

A screen used Lord of the Rings prop, an Ian McKellan’s Gandalf the White screen used Wizard’s staff sold for over $300,000

A screen used Lord of the Rings prop, a Gimli battle axe sold for $80,000

A screen used Lord of the Rings prop, Ringwraith screen worn costume sold for $40,000

A screen used Lord of the Rings prop, an Eowyn sword sold for over $30,000

A screen used Lord of the Rings prop, a Ringwraith sword sold for over $30,000

We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to $300,000 or more for you for your key screen used Lord of the Rings prop or more.

Please email us at Nate@NateDSanders.com.

About the Nate D. Sanders Auction House

We at Nate D. Sanders Auction have sold over $6 million dollars worth of original Academy Awards.  Here is a story from People Magazine about one of the many screen used costumes & props that we have sold, which also illustrates the fantastic PR we get for your great items:

Batman clobbers Superman at auction

Michael Keaton’s suit from 1992’s “Batman Returns”was scooped up for $41,250 — but Superman’s outfit went unsold on Thursday.

Christopher Reeve’s blue tunic from the original 1978 film “Superman: The Movie” failed to attract the minimum bid of $40,000 at Nate D. Sanders Auctions on Thursday.

Bidding for the 6-foot-5 Batsuit from the Tim Burton hit started at $33,000.

The suit included the trademark cape and cowl-style mask and rubber body – all original and used in the movie. The black leather gloves, boots, gold plastic belt and bat symbol are replicas.

Burton’s sequel to his 1989 box-office hit “Batman” was made for $80 million, but netted an astonishing $266.8 million at the box office in 1992. It received Academy Award nominations for Best Visual Effect and Best Makeup.

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You could own iconic Batman and Superman costumes

 It’s Batman v. Superman – the battle for costume big bucks.

Michael Keaton’s suit from 1992’s “Batman Returns” and Christopher Reeve’s blue tunic from the original 1978 film “Superman: The Movie” are up for grabs in an auction Thursday.

The 6-foot-5 Batsuit from director Tim Burton’s hit includes the trademark cape and cowl-style mask and rubber body – all original and used in the movie. The black leather gloves, boots, gold plastic belt and bat symbol are replicas.

“Costume comes displayed dramatically on a mannequin with chiseled face of Keaton, mounted to a 2-foot square gray-white base with ‘BATMAN RETURNS’ at front center,” reads the description in the Nate D. Sanders website.

In the flick, which was nominated for Oscars for Best Visual Effects and Best Makeup, the caped crusader takes on both the Penguin and Catwoman.

Bidding for the suit – described as in “very good” condition” – starts at $35,000.

Reeve’s nylon tunic – with its signature red “S” on a golden background – was used in the actor’s flight scenes and features two stitched holes that were used to attach a flying harness, according to the auction site.

The original “Bermans & Nathans, 40 Camden St., London N.W.” tag is still affixed to the back collar, next to the zipper, along with the more faded words: CHRISTOPHER REEVE, 12312 WITH MUSCLES, SUPERMAN.”

“A few small holes, otherwise in near fine condition,” according to the listing, which put the opening bid at $40,000.

Reeve was a relatively unknown actor in his mid-20s when he beat out 200 others for the iconic role of Superman.

The 6-foot-4 actor was too skinny, however, but refused to wear a “muscle suit.”

Instead, he decided to bulk up with the help of bodybuilder David Prowse, who played Darth Vader in the original “Star Wars” trilogy.

Reeve died in 2004 at age 52, about nine years after he became paralyzed when he was thrown off a horse.

TO RECEIVE A FREE APPRAISAL of your screen used Lord of the Rings prop & costumes, email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call our memorabilia auction in Los Angeles (http://www.NateDSanders.com) at (310) 440-2982.  Nate D. Sanders auction house auctions, buys, sells and takes on consignment your screen used Lord of the Rings prop & costumes.  Your seller’s commission rate with us is 0%, we will give you an interest-free cash advance and a high reserve.  Please email Nate@NateDSanders.com today.

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