An original “Mattel Hoverboard” prop from Back to the Future II ($60,000 - $80,000) composed of a wooden deck that has been hand-painted in a vibrant hot pink, and featuring the Mattel logo and custom-made graphics adhered to both sides of the board. In the film, Marty McFly uses this type of hoverboard to outrun Griff and his gang of thugs.
An original Iron Man Mark XLVI helmet from Captain America: Civil War ($80,000 - $100,000) worn by Robert Downey Jr. as "Iron Man/Tony Stark" in Captain America: Civil War. This helmet is composed of an electro-plated resin that resembles metal, with a polished gold-tone finish on the faceplate. The interior of the helmet features electrical components and a laminated sticker that reads, "RDJ HERO."
An original Robert Downey Jr. Iron Man Mark III helmet prototype from Iron Man ($20,000 - $30,000) seen in behind-the-scenes video footage highlighting the creation of the Iron Man costume that features Jon Favreau and Stan Winston of Stan Winston Design in Van Nuys, California. This helmet is composed of an electro-plated resin that resembles metal, with a polished gold-tone finish on the faceplate. The interior of the helmet features electrical components and a laminated sticker that reads, "M TEVES MK3 PROTO FINAL."
An original Don Cheadle War Machine Mark II helmet from Avengers: Age of Ultron ($30,000 - $40,000) worn by Cheadle in his role as James Rhodes/ War Machine in the Avengers’ battle against the artificial intelligence Ultron (James Spader). War Machine makes an appearance in the film when helping civilians escape during the Battle of Sokovia, and with Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) in the fight against Ultron. This helmet is composed of fiberglass featuring a silver-tone painted surface and textured dark gray surface on the exterior. Written on a laminated sticker on the inside of the helmet is, "HERO RHODES/ WAR MACHINE."
An original Warren Beatty canary yellow trench coat and felted fur fedora hat from Dick Tracy ($20,000 - $30,000) worn by Beatty as the title character in the comic-book film adaptation, Dick Tracy. The film, starring, directed, and produced by Warren Beatty, is based on the1930s comic strip by Chester Gould. Academy Award winning costume designer Milena Canonero was nominated for her costumes and colorful design palette. Beatty is seen in the film sporting the signature trench coat and hat, as well as being illustrated in the costume on promotional posters.
An original Death Star Plans data card from Rogue One – A Star Wars Story ($8,000 - $10,000) seen in the most suspenseful portion of the film, as members of the Rebel Alliance are trying to get the plans to the Death Star secured before Darth Vader intervenes. The data card is passed between multiple Rebel soldiers before ending up in the hands of Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher/ Ingvild Deila), who transfers the message to the astromech droid R2-D2, thus beginning one of the most iconic franchises in film history.