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Sell Your Terminator T 800 Endoskeleton Prop for $150,000 at Nate D. Sanders Auction

FOR A NO COST EVALUATION of your Terminator T 800 Endoskeleton prop, email Nate@NateDSanders.com for your quote of up to $150,000, or contact our Nate D. Sanders Auction House (http://www.NateDSanders.com) at (310) 440-2982 for you opportunity to sell at 0% seller’s commission.

Terminator T 800 Endoskeleton prop

T 800 Endoskeleton prop

T 800 Endoskeleton in Terminator Salvation 2009

A Terminator T 800 Endoskeleton prop just sold for $150,000 at auction.  Nate D. Sanders Auction House (http://www.NateDSanders.com) can obtain up to this price for you or more plus offer you 0% seller’s commission.  Please email Nate@NateDSanders.com to sell your Terminator T 800 Endoskeleton prop today.

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We sold Orson Welles Citizen Kane Academy Award for $861,542 because of our large mailing list of movie memorabilia buyers.  Here is the Hollywood Reporter article regarding the sale:

Orson Welles’ ‘Citizen Kane’ Oscar Sells for $861,542

T 800 Endoskeleton prop UPDATED: Magician David Copperfield was among the bidders at the auction.
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Orson Welles in “Citizen Kane”

Magician David Copperfield was among the bidders clamoring for Orson Welles’ best original screenplay Oscar for Citizen Kane at an auction Tuesday.

The statuette ended up selling for $861,542 to an undisclosed buyer. It marks the only Academy Award received by either Welles or the movie, which has been referred to by many critics as the best film ever made.

Bidders came from around the world, according to auction house owner Nate D. Sanders, which claimed that the Oscar is one of only a handful of Academy Awards that have sold for nearly a million dollars. Sanders added that the statuette was previously put up for auction in 2007 by Sotheby’s but failed to sell.

“This is a testament to the popularity of Orson Welles and his magnum opus Citizen Kane,” Sanders said.

Copperfield told the auction house that he wanted the Oscar because “Orson Welles was not only a magician of the cinema but also a performing magician himself.”

The magician also has history with Welles: The filmmaker hosted Copperfield’s first TV special, and Copperfield already owns many props from Citizen Kane.

Welles believed he had lost the Oscar for decades, but it resurfaced in 1994. After a custody battle, it was awarded to his daughter, Beatrice.

FOR A NO COST EVALUATION of your Terminator T 800 Endoskeleton prop, email Nate@NateDSanders.com for your quote of up to $150,000, or contact our Nate D. Sanders Auction House (http://www.NateDSanders.com) at (310) 440-2982 for you opportunity to sell at 0% seller’s commission.

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