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Highlights From ‘Lost’ The Official Show Auction Sales

Highlights From ‘Lost’ The Official Show Auction Sales


Buyers From 50 Countries Around the World Took Home Over 1100 Lots of Iconic Props, Costumes and Set Pieces From The Hit ABC Television Series LOST.

The DHARMA Van, Hurley’s Camaro and the DHARMA Jeep, three hugely iconic symbols from the hit ABC television series, LOST highlighted the just completed two-day “LOST” THE OFFICIAL SHOW AUCTION. Profiles in History conducted the auction in partnership with ABC Studios. Buyers from over 50 countries to competed to purchase their own piece of the show, with winning bids far exceeding anyone’s expectations.

Highlights include:

  • DHARMA Van: $47,500
  • Dial mechanism & mirror array from the Lighthouse: $27,500
  • Island time-shifting frozen wheel: $22,500
  • DHARMA Jeep: $20,000
  • Hurley’s Camaro: $20,000
  • Daniel Faraday’s journal w/extensive handwritten notes: $20,000
  • Swan Station Computer: $16,000
  • “Pilot” script signed by J.J. Abrams & Damon Lindelof $15,000
  • Season Six production artwork: $15,000
  • Season One production artwork: $14,000
  • Desmond’s fail-safe key with “Joe Inman” dog tag; $11,000
  • Jack’s death costume from the series finale, “The End”: $9,000
  • Large section of Oceanic Flight 815 wreckage: $9,000
  • Charlie’s “DS” ring: $9,000
  • Locke’s Compass: $8,000
  • Baby Aaron’s crib: $8,000
  • Fragment of Jacob’s tapestry: $6,500
  • Hurley’s winning Mega Lotto Jackpot ticket: $5,500
  • Jack’s Pilot episode costume” $3,000
  • Sawyer’s paperback copy of “Watership Down”: $2,750
  • Sawyer’s improvised reading glasses from Season Three: $2,250
  • Set chair for Matthew Fox “Jack”: $1,200

Profiles in History’s next Hollywood memorabilia auction is scheduled for December, 2010.

Hollywood Treasure, a new television show which follows Profiles in History’s owner Joseph Maddalena on his worldwide search for lost pieces of Hollywood history, premieres on Syfy November 4, 2010.

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  1. I was expecting some of these to go for much higher. I definitely didn’t plug the van as the high ticket item. Still though, I wouldn’t have been able to afford my piece of plane wreckage for my one-day backyard centerpiece. 🙁 haha


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