The Monsters & Magic Memorabilia Sale 2003-11-15 Auction - 631 Price Results - Julien's Auctions in CA
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DoneNov 16, 2003 2:01 AM EST
Gardena, CA, United States
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The Monsters & Magic Memorabilia Sale

Julien Entertainment, in association with Odyssey Auctions, is delighted to present to you an extraordinary collection of props, posters, and memorabilia from some of the greatest motion picture and television horror and sci-fi classics of all time. Included is the famed brontosaurus model and props used in "King Kong", the spectacles worn by Edward Van Sloan as Dr. Helsing, the vampire hunter, in "Dracula", and personal effects from "The Man of 1000 Faces", Lon Chaney Sr. Moving into cinema's future, there is even an actual piece of the "Death Star" from the original "Star Wars" (1977).
The collections of two of the most influential and important figures of the horror and sci-fi genres, Forrest Ackerman and Kenneth Strickfaden.

From the collection of special effects genius Kenneth Strickfaden comes the original laboratory equipment used to bring Boris Karloff to life in "Frankenstein". Other pieces of Strickfaden wizardry in this collection appeared in "Bride of Frankenstein", "Son of Frankenstein", "The Munsters", the Universal Flash Gordon serials, "Dracula vs. Frankenstein" and Mel Brooks' "Young Frankenstein". For those with a passion for magic memorabilia, in the second installment of our sale you will find an amazing offering:.

The amazing collection of Blackstone memorabilia originates from the estate of Harry Blackstone Jr., which was bestowed upon his wife, Gay, after his passing in 1997. Gay Blackstone was not only Harry Blackstone Jr.'s assistant throughout his career, but she now stands as the keeper of the Blackstone Flame.

Each lot is described in detail and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by Gay Blackstone to further protect it's history. In this catalogue you will find a wide array of magical Blackstone relics, ranging from historical documents, costumes, props and illusions that have been a part of the lives of these legendary performers.

Thank you very much for your attention and support and I look forward to look forward to seeing you at the sale!

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Van Helsing's Glasses from Dracula: Eye glasses worn by Edward Van Sloan as Dr. Van Helsing in the stage production of "Dracula", starring Bela Lugosi. Gold wire-rimmed bifocals in very good condition. FROM THE COLLECTION OF FORREST J
0010: Van Helsing's Glasses from DraculaEst. $1,000-$1,500
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Dr. Cyclops Prop Helmet (1940): Prop radiation-shield helmet worn by Albert Dekker in "Dr. Cyclops", Paramount, 1940. Heavy metal construction with faux leather shoulder pad. Helmet measures 12 1/2" in height X 11" in diameter.
0011: Dr. Cyclops Prop Helmet (1940)Est. $1,500-$1,800Lot Passed
Phantom Empire Robot Head from 1935: Robot head from the serial "The Phantom Empire", Mascot, 1935. Plastic-type composition, measures 12 inches in height. FROM THE COLLECTION OF FORREST J ACKERMAN. CONDITION: Head has been repainted,
0014: Phantom Empire Robot Head from 1935Est. $500-$700
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Space Monster Prop Martian Mask 1965: Prop Martian mask used in "Space Monster" and "The Wizard of Mars" (1965). Foam and plastic construction with a clear plastic dome over the exposed brain. Head measures 12 1/2" in height without
0015: Space Monster Prop Martian Mask 1965Est. $500-$700
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Ghostbusters II Prop Proton Pack From Film: Proton pack used in "Ghostbusters II", Columbia, 1989. Believed to be one of the backpacks hanging in the background at Ghostbusters headquarters. The highly detailed unit includes a hand-held firing
0023: Ghostbusters II Prop Proton Pack From FilmEst. $1,200-$1,500
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