Time to get out your pocket books again, movie fans. The fine folks over at Prop Store will auction off over a thousand pieces of movie memorabilia next month. Among the lots you’ll finds items from some of the biggest film franchises ever.  Indiana Jones fan? How would you like to own his fedora? Aficionado of the wizarding world? You can even get your hands on Harry Potter’s wand and glasses. If you’re a Star Wars fan, however, there are some real treats available. Of course, since these are all generally screen-used props, they’re not going to come cheap.

Harrison Ford’s Indiana Jones fedora will likely be the big prize of the auction. That’s expected to pull in anywhere from $150,000-250,000. (All amounts in US dollars). This particular version of the iconic headwear is the one Ford wore while filming Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984). The Harry Potter offerings, to the contrary, will likely go for much less. Daniel Radcliff’s wand and glasses from Deathly Hollows 1 and 2 carry an estimated worth of $30,000-50,000 each. The auction for Star Wars fans holds even more, enticing items for purchase.

Star Wars script, droid and lightsabers up for auction

Star Wars; Empire Strikes Back; Auction
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Perhaps one of the best items up for bid is Carrie Fisher’s annotated Empire Strikes Back script. It contains the late actress’s own notes. It also comically confirms that Chewbacca let loose a string of profanities, i.e. a “blue streak,” at Lando while escaping Cloud City. With the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi series, the next two items will sure to be highly prized…. Both Ewan McGregor’s and Hayden Christensen’s dueling lightsabers from Revenge of the Sith are available, as well. All of the above may top $50,000 or more at the auction.

Star Wars; Auction
R2-SHP, available from Prop Store.

Have you always wanted your own R2 unit? You can get one of those, too. Sadly this one is not the most famous astromech droid in Star Wars, R2-D2. Instead, you can bid on RD-SHP from The Rise of Skywalker.  The blue astromech appears to be a working, remote-control model and could cost you more than $100,000.

All of these items and more go up for sale in Los Angeles June 29th through July 1st. For more information, you can visit Prop Store’s official auction site HERE.