How much is Thor’s hammer really worth?

How much? Celebrity CEO reveals the STAGGERING prices for Hollywood memorabilia and the eye-watering amount Thor’s hammer is worth

The staggering price of Hollywood memorabilia, including Thor’s hammer, is set to be exposed at an upcoming Prop Store auction. 

During a segment on Weekend Today on Saturday, Prop Store CEO Brandon Alinger discussed the sale of the iconic items beloved by film buffs. 

The original Thor hammer is going under the hammer, with the rubber mallet expected to sell for between USD$100,000 to $150,000. 

How much is Thor’s hammer really worth? Celebrity CEO Brandon Alinger has revealed the STAGGERING prices for Hollywood memorabilia including the hammer used in Thor. Pictured: Chris Hemsworth as Thor

‘There’s a lot of interest in it, it’s actually a rubber stunt version,’ Brandon said. ‘It’s for when the actors are swinging it round so they don’t hurt anyone.’ 

Brandon went on to showcase an X-wing fighter model from the first Star Wars film in 1977, which is gaining lots of interest. 

Forbes.com lists the model as having a possible sale price of between $500,000 to $1 million 

Under the hammer: The original Thor hammer is going under the hammer, with the rubber mallet expected to sell for between USD$100,000 to $150,000 (pictured)

Under the hammer: The original Thor hammer is going under the hammer, with the rubber mallet expected to sell for between USD$100,000 to $150,000 (pictured) 

Prior to CGI, movie-makers used to build models for film with the fighter jet a ‘relic’ of film history. 

Star Wars is obviously a cinematic classic with a huge fan base.  

Harrison Ford’s cowboy hat from American Graffiti is also up for auction, from 1973. 

Pricey: Forbes.com lists the model as having a possible sale price of between $500,000 to $1 million. The model was used in the original Star Wars film in 1977

Pricey: Forbes.com lists the model as having a possible sale price of between $500,000 to $1 million. The model was used in the original Star Wars film in 1977

The licence plate from his car in the movie was also on sale, which could fetch up to $10,000. 

‘The common trait is passion. They love this stuff and love having the chance to own it,’ Brandon said. 

All up the auction has items from over 600 productions and is expected to fetch around $9 million in sales.  

The livestream auction will happen on June 21 with bidding open to home watchers. 

Odds and ends: All up the auction has items from over 600 productions and is expected to fetch around $9 million in sales. It will happen June 21

Odds and ends: All up the auction has items from over 600 productions and is expected to fetch around $9 million in sales. It will happen June 21

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk

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