Julien's & Turner Classic Movies
The Ultimate Destination for Hollywood Memorabilia continues their exclusive joint collaboration which combines the rich legacies of the acclaimed Auction House To The Stars and the industry revered programming brand for classic and contemporary movie fans and memorabilia collectors.
It’s all about bringing you the glitz, glam, and legendary artifacts from the stars themselves. It's not just a collaboration; it's a blockbuster partnership that dives deep into the magic of Hollywood's golden moments.
Step into a world where iconic pieces from the greatest films and TV series find a new spotlight. We're not just auctioning memorabilia; we're sharing the stories behind each piece. From the silver screen to your screen, our events connect you with the memories that truly matter.
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SOME RECENT HIGHLIGHTS
This Jacques Azagury set the world record for the highest price paid for a Princess Diana dress.
An original Xenomorph creature head from the production of Ridley Scott’s Alien (20th Century Fox, 1979), from the Carlo Rambaldi Archives.
An original ensemble as seen worn by Jeff Bridges as "Jeffrey 'The Dude' Lebowski in the Coen Brothers film, The Big Lebowski.
The original Carlo Rambaldi mechanical animatronic head of "E.T.," from the Steven Spielberg film, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial (Universal Pictures, 1982).
A Polaroid photograph of Dennis Hopper wearing a white shirt, brown vest, and a cowboy hat that was taken by Andy Warhol and signed by the artist in black ink across the bottom
A pair of matching 14k gold wedding rings that were exchanged by Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall during their wedding on May 21, 1945.
star trek ii - the wrath of khan
william shatner "admiral james t. kirk" starfleet command jacket (with dvd)
A Starfleet command officer’s jacket as seen worn by William Shatner as "Admiral James T. Kirk" in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Paramount, 1982).
The only original, production-used Robot Model B-9 stunt figure from the Irwin Allen science fiction television series Lost in Space (20th Century Fox Television, 1965-1968). More freqently referred to in the context of the series simply as "the Robot", this Model B-9 figure is one of the most iconic in the history of sci-fi on the big or small screen.