Luke Skywalker’s Original Lightsaber Is About to Hit the Auction Block
Star Wars fans now have the chance to buy Luke Skywalker’s original Lightsaber!
The Lightsaber Luke Skywalker used in Star Wars: A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back is one of the most magnificent weapons in the entire movie universe.
Star Wars fans now can add to their collection another amazing memorabilia.
Rey is not the only one who gets to wield a Lightsaber now because the original prop is up for grabs.
The original prop used in the first two films is going up for auction, which means you get to be the lucky fan with enough money to buy it.
Because the Lightsaber holds such significance in the Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the price of this prop might be as important.
The same prop once used by Mark Hamill is going up for auction at The Profile Hollywood Auction 89.
The auction block is offering few of movie memorabilia to the highest bidder.
As an honor of the 40th anniversary of Star Wars, the auction block is offering an authentic prop from the first two films.
Right from the personal collection of producer Gary Kurtz the Lightsaber will find another owner soon enough.
When & where?
Once used by Luke Skywalker on the two of the most amazing Star Wars films, the auction will happen between 26th June and 28th in Los Angeles.
You are going to be the ultimate geek after you purchase this awesome movie prop.
But you are going to need a lot of money if you are considering buying this prop.
The auction house is expecting to get for the Lightsaber between $150,000 and $250,000.
For you to have an idea of how much money you need to bring I’m going to give you an example. The last time a Luke Skywalker Lightsaber prop became available for auction, it sold for $240,000.
Also up for auction there is an unprecedented complete used R2-D2 unit used on the set of Star Wars.
Or you can have one of the original concept artworks from Tom Jung, used to create posters for the original Star Wars trilogy.
But you can also buy non related Star Wars movie memorabilia at the same auction.
What would you buy?