Prop Store

Prop Store began in 1998 when founder Stephen Lane’s love for movies led him to begin hunting for the same props and costumes that were used to create his favourite films.

Stephen found that he could not only provide collectors with access to their most coveted pieces, but also establish archival standards for this new, pop-culture hybrid of fine art and memorabilia collecting; prop art.

With a dream team assembled of like-minded movie fanatics, Prop Store set out like a band of movie archaeologists, looking to locate, research and preserve the treasure troves of important artifacts that hid in dark, sometimes forgotten corners all over the world.

Twelve years on Prop Store are thriving. With offices in London and Los Angeles and over 15,000 combined square feet of archived props and costumes, Prop Store have become the busiest and most trusted authority in the prop art world.

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Get Your Hands On Pieces from Netflix’s Sense8
Get off the couch and into the auction room – fans of the hit show Sense8 will want to get ready for this one. In Prop Store’s upcoming sale, props and costumes belonging to the series' most beloved characters will pass under the hammer.
It's morphing time at Prop Store
The quality of Prop Store’s upcoming Power Rangers auction is insane. The sale ranges between costumes to coins, to jewellery to corpses. Let’s have a look.
Lights, camera, auction!
Posters are not exclusive to teenage bedrooms. At Prop Store’s upcoming Cinema Poster auction, you will be able to find posters from the movies of your childhood - appropriate for your grown up self.
Sadomasochism, fetishism, evil and death
Prop Store has returned with yet another auction and this time it includes costume, props and other items from the filming of the 1987 Hellraiser movie. We can promise that this is nothing for the prude or squeamish.
Enter the World of Warcraft
The american auction house Prop Store makes every gamer’s dreams come true with its online auction featuring original props from the production of Legendary Picture’s fantasy film Warcraft.

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GHOSTBUSTERS II (1989) - Vigo the Carpathian Transformation Sculpts 3-4
A pair of Vigo the Carpathian (Wilhelm von Homburg) transformation sculpts from Ivan Reitman's sequel Ghostbusters II. These sculpts were made during pre-production as a means to visualize Vigo's transformation, which occurred when Vigo possessed Ray (Dan Aykroyd) during the finale. Created by ILM sculptor and prosthetics lead Mike Smithson, these sculpts consist of clay carved over a resin cast of Vigo. The first sculpt, labelled "3," shows Vigo with clay applied over Vigo's head and neck, with the cranium elongated and his horns taking shape. The second sculpt, labelled "4," hardens the cruel details of Vigo's face and shows his fully formed horns. Both pieces show minor wear due to production use; however they remain overall in good used condition. Dimensions: 15 cm x 20 cm x 17 cm (6" x 8" x 6 1/2") Prop Store
IS095 - Iron Sky - Washington's (Christopher Kirby) Space Suit Undersuit
A spacesuit undersuit costume worn by James Washington (Christopher Kirby) in the production of the irreverent science fiction action-comedy, Iron Sky. In hiding on the dark side of the moon since the collapse of the Reich in 1945, the Germans have been biding their time, waiting for the right moment to strike. Equipped with flying saucers, they launch from their mothership, heading out to reclaim Earth in the name of their Fuhrer! Offered exclusively through Blind Spot Pictures, this spacesuit undersuit can be seen as Washington is tested upon by the evil Dr Richter (Tilo Prückner) through a series of cruel experiments! The silver and grey body suit is made from Lycra and features a hood and a hidden zip on the back. Distressed for use in the production, the undersuit remains in very good production-used condition. Prop Store
Emmett Cullen’s Arm Wrestling Costume
Emmett Cullen’s arm wrestling costume from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2</i>. Emmett wore his hooded sweaterwith a tank top and jeans when Bella challenged him to an arm wrestling match.The costume consists of a hoodedsweater, a tank top, jeans, a belt and boots. The sweater is made of grey cashmere with thin leather strips at the shoulders and along the pocket edges. The tank top is made of white cotton with a ribbed texture and is marked ‘Hero Emmett EC’ at the neck. The jeans are made of dark blue denim and are labeled ‘Emmet [sic] Hero’ at the waist tag. The belt is made of brown leather with a dark blue felt exterior lining. The ankle boots are made of dark brown leather and are each marked ‘Emmett’ on strips of gaffer’s tape adhered at the inside. A wardrobe tag with character and scene notes is also included. The costume shows minor wear but remains in good condition. Prop Store
Edward Cullen’s Lounging Shirt
Edward Cullen’s lounging shirt from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2</i>. Edward wore his plaid shirt when he returned to the Cullen house after the first night in his new cottage.The grey, blue and tan plaid shirt is made of cotton and has a single patch pocket at the chest. Paired with the costume is a wardrobe tag with character and scene notes for the costume. The lot shows minor wear due to production use but is in very good condition. Prop Store
ALIEN VS. PREDATOR (2004) - Scar Predator (Ian Whyte) Creature Costume
The Scar Predator?s (Ian Whyte) costume from Paul W.S. Anderson?s sci-fi action film AVP: Alien vs. Predator. The Scar Predator was the survivor of the band of young Predators sent to Earth to prove themselves in the Antarctic pyramid. Created by the artists at Amalgamated Dynamics Incorporated, the elaborate costume is made up of a foam latex under-suit with foam dreadlocks. A resin under-skull creates a menacing, scowling face, with holes for the performer?s eyes and Scar?s clan symbol seared into its forehead. The spines in the face are no longer present, having been removed for use in Alien vs Predator: Requiem. The suit is finished with hand-painted reptilian markings, over which is worn a cord net, a foam latex neck seal and a faux-leather loincloth. The armour, given a worn steel finish, is made of foam rubber sections for the feet and legs, with chest armour, shoulder and arm plates made of foam, rubber and fibreglass. The computer worn on the left wrist is made of rubber and resin, while the right side armour contains retracted, polished-metal blades. The piece is decorated with an array of rubber skulls and hard rubber pouches, as well as an assortment of weapons including a resin shuriken and spear ? both in their closed configuration?and a chrome-plated resin dagger. Fitted on the left shoulder is a mechanical plasma caster weapon. The alien device features a plastic housing with three red lasers and a number of servos, which would have been used for motion when in use on set. Displaying signs of natural production wear, aging to the foam latex and a number of scuffs to the armour from use in the film?s action sequences, the creature costume is displayed on a custom-made mannequin display. Supplied with a letter of authenticity signed by ADI co-founders Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff Jr. Dimensions (displayed): 91 cm x 105 cm x 220 cm (36" x 41 ½" x 86 ¾") As this item contains electronic components, every effort has been made to describe them accurately; however no guarantee or warranty is made as to functionality, lifespan or safety of those components. It is entirely incumbent on the new owner to satisfy themselves as to their safe use and maintenance. Prop Store
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London Office
Great House Farm
Chenies
Rickmansworth
Hertfordshire
WD3 6EP

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Los Angeles Office
9000 Fullbright Ave
Chatsworth
CA 91311
USA

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