William Shatner’s Star Trek Rifle top lot at Julien’s Hollywood memorabilia Auction
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William Shatner’s Star Trek Rifle top lot at Julien’s Hollywood memorabilia Auction

William Shatner’s Star Trek Rifle top lot at Julien’s Hollywood memorabilia Auction

Hollywood is known for its larger than life Superhero movies with grand special effects, which continues to have a lasting legacy and appeal to the geeks. And, the superhero movies performance isn’t limited to the box office but at the auction block too. From

Considering a similar Christopher Reeve costume worn in Superman IV, The Quest for Peace (Cannon I Golan – Globus, 1987) got sold at the 2012 auction for $35,200, and the Superman costume from the 1978 film “

Martin Nolan, Executive Director of Julien's Auctions, said, "That was a really famous phaser rifle and a great shot of course of William Shatner with the rifle. We estimate it at $60 - 80 thousand (USD), but we think it should see in excess of $100 thousand."

The Green Hornet Car

The other items include the Green Hornet driven Imperial Crown “Black Beauty,” which is estimated to fetch between $40,000 to $60,0000. The car is known to be the only know vehicle to survive intact from the 2011 production of The Green Hornet.

Other highlights include a bra worn by Marilyn Monroe in "Some Like It Hot", and the costume worn by Maureen O'Sullivan in the "Tarzan" franchise. The sale will take place in Beverly Hills on April 5th and 6th.

William Shatner Star Trek Rifle

Other Star Trek collectibles auctioned for great price includes Star Trek shuttlecraft prop sold for $70,000 in year 2012 and Star Trek I SpaceSuit which got sold for $10,100.

UPDATE: William Shatner's Star Trek Rifle surpasses auction estimates; sells for $231,000 above its higher estimate of $70,000!

Via: Julien's Auction

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