A massive stash of accessories for the movie, including Indiana Jones & # 039; Fedora expects to look for MILLIONS in an auction

It is estimated that Harrison Ford's Indiana Jones Signature Fedora hat, seen in Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark in 1981, reaches between £ 200,000 and £ 300,000

Indiana Jones fans will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own their signature hat, but they may have to earn £ 300,000 in the first place.

Harrison Ford's Fedora Signature hat, as seen in Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark in 1981, will go under hammer later this month.

It is estimated that the hat ranges between £ 200,000 and £ 300,000.

More than 600 items valued at £ 3.5 million are currently on display at the UK's largest annual live auction of movie and television souvenirs.

It is estimated that Harrison Ford's Indiana Jones Signature Fedora hat, seen in Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark in 1981, reaches between £ 200,000 and £ 300,000

It is estimated that Harrison Ford's Indiana Jones Signature Fedora hat, seen in Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark in 1981, reaches between £ 200,000 and £ 300,000

The Signature Fedora hat is iconic and is lined with Brazilian rabbit felt. The hat has a toothed crown and a soft edge

The Signature Fedora hat is iconic and is lined with Brazilian rabbit felt. The hat has a toothed crown and a soft edge

The Signature Fedora hat is iconic and is lined with Brazilian rabbit felt. The hat has a toothed crown and a soft edge

The auction will take place at the BFI IMAX in London in Lambeth on September 20 and will be held for the fifth consecutive year.

The Star Wars paraphernalia will include a Stormtrooper helmet from A New Hope from 1977 and the lightsaber from Anakin Skywalker from the 2005 Revenge of the Sith.

Proceeds from the sale of another space helmet, used by First Stormtroopers in the latest movie The Last Jedi are being donated to The NSPCC.

It is estimated that the floating table of Marty McFly from Back to the Future II will sell between £ 30,000 and £ 50,000 in an auction. The accessory, seen above, was used by Marty, played by Michael J Fox, in the 1989 movie, when he and the professor were ahead of 2015.

It is estimated that the floating table of Marty McFly from Back to the Future II will sell between £ 30,000 and £ 50,000 in an auction. The accessory, seen above, was used by Marty, played by Michael J Fox, in the 1989 movie, when he and the professor were ahead of 2015.

It is estimated that the floating table of Marty McFly from Back to the Future II will sell between £ 30,000 and £ 50,000 in an auction. The accessory, seen above, was used by Marty, played by Michael J Fox, in the 1989 movie, when he and the professor were ahead of 2015.

It is estimated that a Wonka bar used in the 1997 reconstruction of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory sells for £ 8,000 to £ 10,000.

It is estimated that a Wonka bar used in the 1997 reconstruction of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory sells for £ 8,000 to £ 10,000.

It is estimated that a Wonka bar used in the 1997 reconstruction of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory sells for £ 8,000 to £ 10,000.

The Edward Scissorhands costume, played by Johnny Depp in the 1990 film, is also for sale. It is expected to reach around £ 50,000 to £ 80,000 in an auction

The Edward Scissorhands costume, played by Johnny Depp in the 1990 film, is also for sale. It is expected to reach around £ 50,000 to £ 80,000 in an auction

The Edward Scissorhands costume, played by Johnny Depp in the 1990 film, is also for sale. It is expected to reach around £ 50,000 to £ 80,000 in an auction

The largest auction of films from Great Britain will be in charge of the Prop Store in London and L.A. The main attraction includes a jacket worn by Han Solo, and a hat worn by Indiana Jones, both played by Harrison Ford

The largest auction of films from Great Britain will be in charge of the Prop Store in London and L.A. The main attraction includes a jacket worn by Han Solo, and a hat worn by Indiana Jones, both played by Harrison Ford

The largest auction of films from Great Britain will be in charge of the Prop Store in London and L.A. The main attraction includes a jacket worn by Han Solo, and a hat worn by Indiana Jones, both played by Harrison Ford

The sale is the largest annual live auction of movie and television souvenirs in the UK and will be held for the fifth year in a row this month.

The sale is the largest annual live auction of movie and television souvenirs in the UK and will be held for the fifth year in a row this month.

The sale is the largest annual live auction of movie and television souvenirs in the UK and will be held for the fifth year in a row this month.

More than 600 items valued at 3.5 million pounds are currently on display at the BFI IMAX in London before the auction, which will take place on September 20 in Lambeth, London.

More than 600 items valued at 3.5 million pounds are currently on display at the BFI IMAX in London before the auction, which will take place on September 20 in Lambeth, London.

More than 600 items valued at 3.5 million pounds are currently on display at the BFI IMAX in London before the auction, which will take place on September 20 in Lambeth, London.

The auction will feature some of the most iconic film artifacts, including the jacket worn by Harrison Ford in his role as Han Solo in the movie Star Wars.

The auction will feature some of the most iconic film artifacts, including the jacket worn by Harrison Ford in his role as Han Solo in the movie Star Wars.

The auction will feature some of the most iconic film artifacts, including the jacket worn by Harrison Ford in his role as Han Solo in the movie Star Wars.

The neon futuristic hoverboard & # 39; Mattel & # 39; from Marty McFly will go under hammer with deals starting at £ 30,000.

A pair of Olivanders Wand Boxes of Harry Potter and The Philosopher & # 39; s Stone could be the cheapest accessories in play, as they are expected to sell for £ 400.

Prop Store CEO Stephen Lane said: "After our record successes last year, we are incredibly excited to announce our fifth Entertainment Memorabilia Live auction in London and we are pleased to partner again with the exceptional ODEON team.

"Our auction of September 20, 2018 will once again raise the standard, presenting some of the most iconic cinematographic artifacts of our time.

"We hope to bring together a worldwide audience of film fans and collectors for the ODEON BFI IMAX in London for a two-week preview."

Chris Bates, Commercial Director of ODEON UK & Ireland said: "We are delighted to once again welcome the iconic Prop Store exhibition to BFI IMAX London, so we hope it will be another record year.

"The Prop Store team continues to outperform others in curating an incredible collection of auction items, with this year's list that includes a range of accessories from the Star Wars, Titanic, Fight Club and Terminator franchise.

"We look forward to welcoming movie fans through our doors to get closer to some of the movie's most iconic accessories and to see the latest and greatest entertainment on Britain's largest cinema screen." .

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