RARE & ICONIC TV PROPS & COSTUMES TO BE AUCTIONED BY PROP STORE ON DECEMBER 1, 2018

ADAM WEST’S BATMAN BAT SHIELD

  • ADAM WEST’S BATMAN BAT SHIELD
  • THE RIDDLER’S  “?” GREEN JACKET FROM BATMAN TV SERIES
  • CAPTAIN KIRK’S HISTORIC UHURA KISS COSTUME WORN BY WILLIAM SHATNER IN STAR TREK: THE ORIGINAL SERIES
  • ROBIN WILLIAMS’ EGG SPACESHIP FROM MORK & MINDY
  • HOWARD STERN’S MTV FARTMAN COSTUME
  • WALTER WHITE’S METH FROM BREAKING BAD

THESE ARE AMONG THE MANY TV TREASURES AVAILABLE FROM THE COMISAR COLLECTION

FANS AND COLLECTORS WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO BRING HOME 400 ARTIFACTS FROM THE MOST ICONIC TV SHOWS OF ALL TIME, MANY COMING TO MARKET FOR THE FIRST TIME

BIDS CAN BE PLACED ONLINE FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD BY PHONE, ONLINE OR IN PERSON

THE RIDDLER’S  “?” GREEN JACKET FROM BATMAN TV SERIES

Prop Store, one of the leading film and TV memorabilia companies, in association with the world renowned curator James Comisar, has today announced it is hosting the first ever all-television all-eras live auction event featuring original costumes, props and set decoration from beloved TV shows from the 1960s-2010s.

400 lots will be offered in the auction on Saturday, December 1 from 10:00 am PST, taking place at Prop Store’s auction facility in Valencia, California. All lots can now be viewed in a free-to-download PDF catalog, and a hard copy catalog is also available for purchase. In addition to live bidding, out-of-town fans can participate via telephone or online via www.propstore.com

Highlights of the upcoming auction include Batman’s (Adam West) signature bat shield prop from Batman (1966-1968) (estimated $400,000-$600,000) and Riddler’s (Frank Gorshin) “?” green jacket ensemble from the first episode of the classic 1960s television series Batman (estimated $100,000 - $150,000), Uncle Martin’s 10-foot spaceship from My Favorite Martian (1963-1966)(estimated $80,000-100,000) and Captain Kirk’s (William Shatner) Grecian toga worn while kissing Lieutenant Uhura in one of the very first interracial kisses on television - that took place 50 years ago this month - on Star Trek: The Original Series (estimated at $60,000-80,000), as well as a stellar selection of over 50 costumes, sketches, jewelry and correspondence lots from Star Trekacquired from series costume designer William Ware Theiss.

Some additional notable items fans and collectors can bid on with estimated sale prices include:
Mork’s (Robin Williams) egg spaceship from Mork & Mindy (1978-1982) Est. $20,000 - $30,000
Laura Palmer's (Sheryl Lee) red casket from Twin Peaks (1990-1991) Est. $2,000 - $3,000
Fartman’s (Howard Stern) uniform from the 1992 MTV Video Music Awards Est. $6,000 - $8,000
Geoffrey the Giraffe character costume from Toys R Us promotions circa 1970s-1980s Est. $3,000 - $5,000
Nurse’s pig snout makeup appliance from the “Eye of the Beholder” episode of Twilight Zone (1959-1964) Est. $10,000 - $15,000
Will Vinton Claymation puppets including The California Raisins Est. $1,000 - $1,500 each and Domino’s Pizza The Noid Est. $4,000 - $6,000
Walter White’s (Bryan Cranston) 5 lb. bag of “blue sky” meth from Breaking Bad (2008-2013) Est. $2,000 - $3,000
Dexter Morgan's (Michael C. Hall) stalking ensemble from Dexter (2006-2013) Est. $2000 - $3,000

A selection of highlights will be on display in an auction preview exhibition at Prop Store from Monday, November 26 to Saturday, December 1. The exhibition is open to the public and free-to-enter.

Brandon Alinger, Prop Store COO, commented on the upcoming auction: “Our TV Treasures auction curated by James Comisar includes rare pieces that have never been out in the market before. Prop Store is proud to present this collection from Comisar’s archive, which has previously been referred to as: ‘The World’s Greatest Collection of Television Memorabilia’. We expect this to be a landmark sale for collectors."

James Comisar, Comisar Collection owner and curator, reflected on the upcoming auction:

“I have spent 30 years trying to create a museum that honors television’s rich history, and until that can be realized, I want to share with collectors-turned-caretakers, who have always celebrated these shows and valued their materials. These days, few would argue TV’s enduring nature or its emotional hold, and my hope is the objects can live on as long as the shows are streaming through our lives.”

The auction begins at 10:00 am PST on December 1, 2018. Lots can be viewed and bidders can register to participate at: www.propstore.com




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