A huge collection of memorabilia including items from Batman and Star Trek television shows is set to go under the hammer.
More than 400 collectibles will be sold at the first ever all-television all-eras live auction event at Prop Store in Valencia, California next month.
The event will feature original costumes, props and set decorations from popular television shows from the 1960s to 2010s.
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The Prop Store auction will feature The Riddler’s jacket the classic 1960s television series Batman (left and worn right by Frank Gorshin)
Also for sale is Adam West’s Batman bat shield from the Batman television show (pictured left and right with West)
The TV Treasures live auction, on December 1, will offer popular culture fanatics to own Adam West’s signed Batman bat shield from the cult Batman television show.
It is, however, likely to set you back an estimated £308,000 to £462,000 ($400,000 to $600,000.)
Also for sale is The Riddler’s green jacket from the classic 1960s television series Batman, estimated between £77,000 to £115,000 ($100,000 and $150,000.)
There’s also a chance for Star Trek fanatics to get their hands on William Shatner’s Captain T Kirk costume – worn while kissing Lieutenant Uhura in one of the very first interracial kisses on television on Star Trek: The Original Series.
A pig mask from Twilight Zone episode ‘The Eye of the Beholder’ will also go under the hammer in Valencia, Calfornia
Robin William’s egg spaceship (pictured in episode Escape from New York) from 1970s and 80s sitcome Mork and Mindy is also on the market
Pictured left, the egg spaceship from the 1970s and 80s show and right, Robin Williams on the prop
This is the standout piece of more than 50 costumes, sketches, jewellery and correspondence lots from Star Trek acquired from series costume designer William Ware Theiss.
Robin William’s egg spaceship from 1970s and 80s sitcom Mork and Mindy is also on the market for a hefty £15,400 and £23,000 ($20,000 to $30,000.)
There’s also a chance for fans to get their hands on Laura Palmer’s red casket from the 1990s show Twin Peaks for between £1560 and £2350 ($2,000 and $3,000.)
The auction are even featuring the Geoffrey the Giraffe character costume from Toys R Us promotions in the 1970s and 80s.
There’s also a chance for Star Trek fanatics to get their hands on William Shatner’s Captain T Kirk costume (left)
The costume was worn when the character kissed Lieutenant Uhura (pictured) in one of the very first interracial kisses on television on Star Trek: The Original Series.
Will Vinton Claymation puppets including The California Raisins are also for sale alongside their tiny instruments
For followers of recent popular culture, Prop Store are offering a five pound bag of Walter White’s ‘blue sky’ meth from Breaking Bad, estimated between £1560 and £2350 ($2,000 and $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 Chief Operating Officer, said: ‘Our TV Treasures auction curated by James Comisar includes rare pieces that have never been out in the market before.
For followers of recent popular culture, Prop Store are offering a five pound bag of Walter White’s ‘blue sky’ meth from Breaking Bad (pictured, Bryan Cranston)
It is expected to fetch between £1560 and £2350 when it goes up for auction in California next month
‘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, said: ‘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 are even featuring the Geoffrey the Giraffe character costume (right) from Toys R Us promotions in the 1970s and 80s
There’s also a chance for fans to get their hands on Laura Palmer’s red casket from the 1990s show Twin Peaks for between £1560 and £2350