Luke Skywalkers lightsaber and Darth Vaders helmet show less popular in California auction
An R2-D2 android that was utilized in numerous Star Wars movies has actually cost millions at an auction in California.
The auction home Profiles in History stated the 43-inch (110cm) high system that was assembled from parts utilized throughout recording of the initial trilogy cost $2.76 m on Wednesday.
There was no info about who acquired the android, which was the most pricey product used in a motion picture souvenirs auction that consisted of many props from the Star Wars franchise.
Other products up for sale consisted of Luke Skywalkers lightsaber from the very first 2 movies , which cost $450,000 and Darth Vaders helmet from the initial movie cost $96,000.
The Calabasas, California-based Profiles in History had actually approximated the android might bring up to $2m prior to Wednesdays sale.
Other space-themed movie and tv souvenirs was likewise for sale, with a collection of 23 ships from Battlestar Galactica and Buck Rogers cost $1.8 m. A helmet used by late star Bill Paxton on the set of Aliens cost $51,000.
Not all the products that offered ran out this world. The lighted dancefloor from Saturday Night Fever cost $1.2 million.