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RoboCop suit, Wolverine's claws up for grabs in sci-fi auction

Special effects legend Phil Tippett auctions off his collection of costumes, props and more from movies like "Star Wars: A New Hope" and "X-Men: Origins."

Bid on Wolverine's claws in a hand cast from "X-Men: Origins."


If you've ever wanted to own a piece of movie history, now's your chance.

Special effects legend Phil Tippett is auctioning off 400 items from his collection of original props, costumes, art and more.

The auction items are from iconic films Tippett worked on, including "Star Wars: A New Hope," "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom ," "Jurassic Park," "Dragonheart" and "RoboCop 2," just to name a few.

Some of the more unusual items up for grabs are a "Hellboy" reference bust, a "Dragonheart" head casting, a velociraptor reference eye from "Jurassic Park," a "Starship Troopers" costume, and Wolverine's claws in a hand cast from "X-Men: Origins."

If you're really looking to spend some money, check out the Dianoga Trash Compactor Monster from "Star Wars: A New Hope" for $30,000. There's also the "RoboCop 2" costume valued between $30,000-50,000, but the asking price is a mere $15,000. Or you could bid on Cain's Brain from "RoboCop 2" for $1,700.

The auction, hosted on Propstore, is already underway and continues until and October 21. Online and international bids will be accepted.