Carrie Fisher's Princess Leia dress from original Star Wars set to sell for £1.6m in film memorabilia auction | The Sun
A PRINCESS Leia dress worn by Carrie Fisher in the original Star Wars is set to sell for £1.6million.
The film and TV memorabilia auction also includes Daniel Radcliffe’s school robes from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
They are expected to fetch up to £120,000.
And a Star-Lord mask from Guardians of the Galaxy is expected to sell for up to £160,000.
The items are among 1,400 film and TV props that will go under the hammer in Los Angeles from June 28 to 30.
The prop store said: “This year, Propstore’s Los Angeles entertainment memorabilia live auction contains many never seen before treasures from film and television content.
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“This includes Princess Leia’s Ceremonial Dress from the end of Star Wars which was once thought to be lost.
“Whether you’re an advanced collector or you just learned it’s possible to own items like these, we’ll have over 1,400 original lots of prop costumes and more to choose from.
“It represents over 500 of your favourite titles.”
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