Nerd News: Prop Store to Hold Massive Auction Including Iconic Horror Props on 1st & 2nd December

On 1st and 2nd December 2020, Prop Store will be holding their Entertainment Memorabilia live auction in London, live streamed for people to bid along both on the phone and online. The auction as a whole, which you can read more about here is going to feature over 900 lots! As part of this auction, they will be including a selection of horror props and costumes, so let’s have a look at those, to get your juices flowing for Halloween in the coming days!

The main horror props which will be featured are:

  • Rick Baker SFX Mechanical Werewolf Transformation Bust from AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON (1981). Estimate £30,000 – 50,000 ($38,700 – 64,500)
  • Keith Jennings’ (David Warner) Special Effects Severed Head from THE OMEN (1976). Estimate £30,000 – 50,000 ($38,700 – 64,500)
  • Headless Horseman’s (Christopher Walken) Costume from SLEEPY HOLLOW (1999). Estimate £30,000 – 50,000 ($38,700 – 64,500)
  • Adam Stanheight’s (Leigh Whannell) Broken Hacksaw from SAW (2004). Estimate £2,000 – 3,000 ($2,580 – 3,870)
  • Shaun’s (Simon Pegg) Sales Advisor Costume from SHAUN OF THE DEAD (2004). Estimate £800 – 1,200 ($1,032 – 1,548)
  • Hero Dagger of Megiddo from THE OMEN (1976). Estimate £30,000 – 50,000 ($38,700 – 64,500)
  • Blade’s (Wesley Snipes) Final Battle Costume from BLADE: TRINITY (2004). Estimate £6,000 – 8,000 ($7,740 – 10,320

Auction lots can be viewed by appointment at Prop Store’s office facility in Hertfordshire, UK, however can be viewed by appointment only, please email them at for more details, however they’re also going to be holding a preview event on their social media during November so keep an eye on that!

Finally online proxy bids can be submitted at

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I'm a collector of pop culture items, with by far my biggest collection being in excess of 1,200 DVDs (yeah I still stay old school - can't wrap my head around the whole streaming thing yet), as well as various figures and Memorabilia (with most of these being McFarlane Walking Dead 5 inch figures, Funko Pop and Funko Pint Size Heroes, with a few other exceptions too). I'm a massive nerd and giant child at heart so feel free to have a chat about anything toy and movie related. My biggest movie passions are horror by far (especially slasher and zombie), sci fi and to a lesser extent action and comedy.

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