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10 Items We Covet From the Official 'Lost' Auction

by Rich Keller, posted Aug 13th 2010 3:00PM
The official 'Lost' auction is offering 1034 items from the show.Attention 'Lost' fans! Time to get out your checkbooks, credit cards and the cash hidden under the doggie bed. In a few short days, hundreds of items from the show are headed to the auction block for the highest bidder.

Profiles in History
, the world's largest auctioneer of Hollywood memorabilia, has joined up with ABC Studios to auction off costumes, props and various set pieces from the show. In total, 1034 items covering all six of the show's seasons are being put up for bid, which takes place on Aug. 21 and 22 at the Barker Hanger in Santa Monica.

Perusing the online catalog, there are plenty of items to ooh and ahh over. To narrow down the possible choices, here are 10 of the most covetable items to bid for either in person, by phone, through mail, in a fax or online.

Sawyer's First Class Beach ChairOceanic Flight Wreckage -- There are a few groups of wreckage being auctioned off, including a set from season 6. However, the ones that will probably be more popular are the original pieces from the first season. Included are pieces of the plane fuselage, wreckage used for camp shelters and, seen here, Sawyer's First Class seat used as a beach chair.




The suit Jack wore in the pilot episode of 'Lost'Jack's Pilot Episode Costume and Outfit from 'The End' Finale -- There are hundreds of costumes up for auction by Profiles in History, but these two are probably the most memorable. Especially Jack's black suit and white shirt, which he wore in the first few minutes of the 'Lost' pilot. If the suit is too plain, bidders may want to go for Jack's distressed bloody costume from the first season.








Hurley's winning lottery ticket from the first season.Hurley's Winning Lotto Ticket
s -- The season one ticket, which won Hurley $114 million dollars, was an important part of 'Lost,' with the numbers reappearing throughout the series. The flash-sideways ticket from season 6 contains a set of alternate winning numbers that Hurley pulled from a dollar bill. By the way, that dollar bill is also up for auction.




The in-ground Hatch -- one of the entrances to Swan StationThe Hatch
-- This is the entrance that Locke and Boone found towards the end of the first season, and what led to the show's crazy adventures afterward. In addition to this entrance, the auction features the vertical entrance to Swan Station -- the one with Hurley's winning lottery numbers stamped on the door frame.


The DHARMA Initiative Van used in season 5DHARMA Van -- This is one of the vehicles being offered from the DHARMA compound seen in season 5. While it looks like a VW bug, the iconic logo has been replaced by the DHARMA Initiative symbol. While it may not be ready for a Sunday drive, the $8,000 to $12,000 estimated prices looks to be a steal!



Hurley's early-1970s make CamaroHurley's Camaro -- Another vehicle up for auction is the classic early-1970s Camaro that belonged to Hurley. While the car is in operating condition, the auction house doesn't guarantee it's ready for the road. Therefore, take the estimated $25,000 to $35,000 value into consideration before making a bid.




Production Artwork from season two of 'Lost.'Season 2 Production Artwork
-- Much of the legacy that is 'Lost' comes from many of the places created in season two. Hence, the reason the production artwork is so interesting. The 210 pieces of pencil art and production blueprints shows the development of locations like Swan Station's interior, the "Others" camp, Pearl Station and Eko's church.




The bottle of water Jack used to transfer power of Island Protector to HurleyOceanic Bottle of Water Used to Transfer Power from Jack to Hurley -- This is the actual bottle of Oceanic water Jack used to transfer Island Protector status to Hurley before heading down to the Heart of the Island during the series finale. The estimated value of this 16.9 fluid ounce bottle? Somewhere between $300 and $500 dollars.







The nuclear bomb core used to destroy the Swan Station construction site.Nuclear Bomb Core Used to Blow Up Swan Station -- Used at the end of the fifth season, this core was detonated back in 1977 at the construction site of Swan Station. The result: the survivors trapped in the past returned to the present while a new sideways-timeline seemingly emerged where Oceanic 815 never crashed.



The 'Lost' finale script, signed by the executive producersFinale Script Signed by Lindelof and Cuse
-- No 'Lost' collection would be complete without a signed copy of the finale script. If the bid is right, a copy of this 127-page script signed by executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse can be possessed. Bidders may also want to consider a copy of the pilot script signed by Lindelof and J.J. Abrams.






(All images courtesy of Profiles in History)

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bruce

They should burn all this stuff and help the world get over the disappointment that was "Lost". After the miserable finale this stuff is less than worthless, it's like Nazi memorabilia and should be piled up and burnt.

August 14 2010 at 1:27 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
concerned collector

for FULL INFORMATION on this auction and what you MAY REALLY be bidding on check out thepropblog.com

not everything is what it seems (just like on LOST!)

August 13 2010 at 9:01 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Misty

Y'all can fight it out over the Dharma van...I desire Mr Eko's Jesus stick. Or if not that, then Charlie's tour ring.

August 13 2010 at 5:36 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
ricochet

Call me if/when they decide to auction off Jeff Fahey!

August 13 2010 at 5:16 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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