Ever wondered what it would feel like to rock an outfit from a $63-million blockbuster movie? If you’ve got the cash, you can wonder no more! As part of Propstore’s Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction on June 28, the Jurassic Park star is selling iconic costume pieces that he wore in the original 1993 movie and last year’s Jurassic World: Dominion. Proceeds from the auction will go to UNICEF UK’s mission to help disadvantaged children.
Dinosaurs better beware of the lucky bidder who walks home with Neill’s boots from Jurassic Park. These iconic boots are made for more than just walking: they’re certified Velociraptor-butt-kickers that would be a staple piece for any film aficionado’s collection. Bidders can expect to pay anywhere from $6,000-12,000 for these shoes to be theirs.
Neil is also auctioning off a selection of costume pieces from his performance in Jurassic World: Dominion when he returned to the play the lovable paleontologist Alan Grant. Fans can go home with his beige jacket (estimated $10,000-20,000), his denim shirt (estimated $4,000-8,000), his trusty dig site hat (estimated $10,000-20,000), or his handy handkerchief (estimated $2,000-4,000).
If you’re looking to bring a piece of film history to your collection, head over to propstore.com/liveauction and register for Propstore’s Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction. Fans can participate through online proxy bids or in person at The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles on June 28. Those looking to get a look at the pieces before the auction can make an appointment for a preview exhibition at Propstore’s office facility in Valencia, California, from now until June 20.