More than 1800 items from films are going up for auction in a huge new memorabilia auction – including Freddy Krueger’s famous glove from horror film A Nightmare on Elm Street.
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Alongside the glove with razor-blade fingers worn by actor Robert Englund in the famous film will be an original hand-drawn design of the piece. As per The Guardian, it is expected to sell for up to £400,000.
Items from films including The Shining and Sweeney Todd will also go up for auction in the four-day event which begins on November 9. Auction house Propstore think the event will make up to £12 million in total.
A description of the auction on Propstore’s website says: “Just under 1,800 lots of rare props, costumes and music memorabilia will be going up for auction, including items from over 550 films and TV shows and a selection of over 190 music lots.”
Jason Voorhees costume from the Friday the 13th film franchise is expected to fetch up to £100,000, while a script from the Jack Nicholson-starring The Shining annotated by its director, Stanley Kubrick, is expected to fetch £60,000.
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Other items for sale include razor blades from Johnny Depp’s 2007 Sweeny Todd film and a Pennywise make-up display from 2019’s It: Chapter Two and a Scream ghostface mask from the fourth film in the franchise.
The four-day auction will be open to bids placed online, over the phone, or through absentee bidding, while in-room bidding will also be open to the public at BAFTA 195 Piccadilly in London for the first two days.
You can check out the auction details in full here.
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