Premiere Props’ Sept. 15-16 sale: Elvis, Harry Potter and more

Harry Potter’s training broom from ' Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone'  (2001). Premiere Props image.

Harry Potter’s training broom from ‘ Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ (2001). Premiere Props image.

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. – Premiere Props has announced details of its Sept. 15-16 Hollywood Extravaganza VII auction, with Internet live bidding through LiveAuctioneers.com. This exciting event will contain more than 1,000 Hollywood costumes and props. Additionally, the sale will include numerous unpublished photos and several wardrobe items from Elvis Presley, with many of the wardrobe items coming directly being on display in the Mississippi Museum Hall of Fame.

The auction will also feature costumes and props from the “Underworld” franchise, including Death Dealer and Sonya’s costumes, crossbows and chains; Harry’s training broom and quaffle ball from “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” the WOPR computer from “Wargames,” the DeLorean test car from “Back to the Future,” the Samurai sword from “Shogun,” and several swords, helmets and costumes from “Ben Hur.”

There will also be several costumes from esteemed costume designer Frankie Steinz, including costumes that she made for Bette Midler, Whoopi Goldberg, Lily Tomlin, and Bill Cosby.

Items include:

· Elvis Presley – numerous wardrobe items and unreleased photos from Elvis’ life

· “Underworld” Franchise – Deal Dealers’ and Sonya’s costumes, crossbows and chains

· “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” – Harry’s training broom; quaffle ball and golden snitch

· “WarGames” – WOPR computer

· “Back to the Future” – DeLorean test car and Doc Brown’s shirt

· “Shogun” TV series – Samurai sword

· “Ben Hur” – numerous swords, spears, and helmets

· Sylvester Stallone’s personalized punching bag

· Robby the Robot life-size figure

· Michael Jackson signed memorabilia collection

“Hollywood Extravaganza VII offers collectors the opportunity to own props and memorabilia from iconic films including ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,’ ‘Back to the Future,’ and ‘Ben Hur,’ as well as items from both the King of Rock & Roll and the King of Pop,” said Dan Levin, Vice President of Premiere Props. “We thrive on being able to offer pop culture fans a wide range of items so everyone is able to own a little piece of entertainment history.”

Fans can start placing absentee bids now through the beginning of the sale through www.LiveAuctioneers.com. As the auction is taking place, bidders can participate in real time via the Internet, again through LiveAuctioneers.com.

The auction will begin on both days at 11 a.m. Pacific Time. For more information, call 310-322-PROP or tollfree 888-761-PROP.

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View the fully illustrated catalog and register to bid absentee or live via the Internet as the sale is taking place by logging on to www.LiveAuctioneers.com.


ADDITIONAL LOTS OF NOTE


Life-size replica of Robby the Robot, the character first seen in the 1956 sci-fi classic 'Forbidden Planet.' Robot has soft rubber hands and removable prop laser pistol. Affixed to wooden base with name plate that says 'Robby.' Premiere Props image.

Life-size replica of Robby the Robot, the character first seen in the 1956 sci-fi classic ‘Forbidden Planet.’ Robot has soft rubber hands and removable prop laser pistol. Affixed to wooden base with name plate that says ‘Robby.’ Premiere Props image.

Christopher Lloyd’s screen-worn Doc Brown shirt from 'Back to the Future II' (1989). Shirt can be seen prominently during the visit to the 'antique' store where Marty McFly purchases the ‘Gray's Sports Almanac’ that ultimately changes the time continuum. Premiere Props image.

Christopher Lloyd’s screen-worn Doc Brown shirt from ‘Back to the Future II’ (1989). Shirt can be seen prominently during the visit to the ‘antique’ store where Marty McFly purchases the ‘Gray’s Sports Almanac’ that ultimately changes the time continuum. Premiere Props image.

Large, screen-used prop sword used in 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone' (2001), from the scene in which Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) plays a game of wizards chess. Approximately 44½ inches long. Premiere Props image.

Large, screen-used prop sword used in ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’ (2001), from the scene in which Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) plays a game of wizards chess. Approximately 44½ inches long. Premiere Props image.