Star Wars, Star Trek, Back to the Future items, plus sports and music memorabilia, at Premiere Props The actual hoverboards used by Michael J. Fox and Tom Wilson as “Marty McFly” and “Biff Tannen” in the movie Back to the Future II will be part of Premier Props' next auction on Saturday, March 11th.
event, to include Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, Harry Belafonte, Cindi Lauper, Bruce Springsteen, Bette Midler, Tina Turner, Paul Simon, Billy Joel, Ruth Pointer, Al Jarreau, Stevie Wonder, Kim Carnes and others. The limited poster artwork was created by Elsie Simerman for the concert.
Baby boomers who grew up watching Bozo the Clown on TV will be intrigued by an original and complete Bozo costume, custom-made in 1966 and unique because it is the only Bozo the Clown costume known that was worn by a woman. Bozo was a clown character whose broad popularity peaked in the United States in the 1960s as a result of widespread franchising in early television.
Outstanding sports collectibles will include a basketball signed by members of the New York Knicks championship team of 1970 (Dick Barnett, Bill Bradley, Dave DeBusschere, Walt Frazier, Red Holtzman, Phil Jackson, Willis Reed and Danny Whelan); and a football helmet signed by members of the New York Jets championship team of 1969 (Joe Namath, Pete Lammons, Randy Rasmussen, Don Maynard, Dave Herman, Bill Mathis and Al Atkinson).
Also up for bid will be Everlast boxing gloves signed by Muhammad Ali; and a football signed by 52 former NFL players who all played under the legendary coach Vince Lombardi, including Willie Davis, Boyd Dowler, Jerry Kramer, Jim Taylor, Bart Starr, Willie Wood and Brett Favre.
Costumes from first-run feature films will include main wardrobes worn by Kristen Stewart (as “Vonnie”) and Blake Lively (as “Veronica”) in the Woody Allen romantic romp Café Society, from 2016; and the screen-used letter jacket worn by the actor Robert Redford (as “Roy Hobbs”) in the classic 1984 baseball movie The Natural. The jacket shows the team name, “Knights”.
Premiere Props is the world’s largest entertainment memorabilia store. Based in El Segundo, California and in business for 15 years, Premiere Props is where bidders go to find authentic and certified screen-used movie props, movie star-worn costumes, movie and TV memorabilia and entertainment collectibles. The firm is always seeking quality consignments for future auctions.
A preview will be held on auction day, from 9-11 am Pacific time. The auction begins at 11 am.
To learn more about Premiere Props and the upcoming Hollywood Auction Extravaganza planned for Saturday, March 11th, please visit www.PremiereProps.com.