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Propstore has revealed details of its annual live action auction of film and TV memorabilia, with the items on offer expected to fetch in excess of $12.6 million.

Over 1,500 lots will be sold during the auction. Top items to be sold at the auction – with estimated sale prices – include:

• Superman’s (Christopher Reeve) complete costume from the Superman franchise (1978-1987): $287,270-574,540.

• Darth Vader’s (Dave Prowse) gloves from “Star Wars: A New Hope” (1977): $172,362-287,270.

• Full size animatronic Johnny 5 robot from “Short Circuit” (1986): $138,546- 207,819.

• First edition hardback book of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” (2001): $114,908-172,362.

• Andy Dufresne’s (Tim Robbins) Rockhammer Bible from “The Shawshank Redemption” (1994): $114,908-172,362.

James Bond’s (Sean Connery) Little Nellie Pilot helmet from “You Only Live Twice” (1967): $68,944-114,908.

• Fraggle puppet from “Fraggle Rock” TV series (1983-1987): $45,963-68,944.

• Jason Voorhees’ (C.J. Graham) hero hockey mask from “Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives” (1986): $45,963-68,944.

• Commodus’ (Joaquin Phoenix) Rome Chariot from “Gladiator” (2000): $45,963-68,944.

• Yoda’s Jedi Robes from “Star Wars: The Phantom Menace” (1999): $45,963- 68,944.

• Harry Potter’s (Daniel Radcliffe) hero wand from “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” (2001): $22,981-34,472.

• Bruce Lee striking shield: $22,981-34,472.

• The Grinch’s (Jim Carrey) light-up full size sleigh from “How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) $22,981-34,472.

• Victoria’s (Emily Blunt) George IV state diadem coronation crown from “The Young Victoria (2009): $22,981-34,472).

• Wonder Woman’s (Gal Gadot) Tiara from “Wonder Woman” (2017): $17,236-22,981.

• Doctor Strange’s (Benedict Cumberbatch) sling ring from “Doctor Strange” (2016): $11,490-17,236.

• Batman’s (Robert Pattinson) batarang from “The Batman (2022): $11,490-17,236.

A number of Doctor Who props will also be going to auction, with a percentage of the final hammer price benefitting BBC Children in Need.

Propstore will hold a preview exhibition at their office facility in Hertfordshire, U.K. Oct. 4- Nov. 2, featuring some 130 lots. The live auction will take place Nov. 3-6 at BAFTA headquarters, 195 Piccadilly, in London, as well as online or via telephone for global bidding.

Stephen Lane, Propstore CEO, said: “Following our Los Angeles entertainment memorabilia live auction in June, which saw some of our best ever auction results, we’re thrilled to be back again with another incredible sale. Featuring a collection over 1,500 lots, we have an amazing array of content, ranging from Fraggle Rock to Friday the 13th – there really is something for everyone.”