Does the thought of owning Indiana Jones’s actual fedora from Raiders of the Lost Ark thrill you? How about Han Solo’s jacket? Well, if you’ve got a $1m or more to spare, they, along with other rare movie memorabilia will arrive at auction on September 20 in London. More than 600 items valued at more than $4.6m will be auctioned at Prop Store’s annual sale of iconic movie and television memorabilia, including Marty McFly’s hoverboard from Back to the Future II (estimate: $39,000 to $66,000); Tyler Durden’s Fight Club robe (estimate: $13,000 to $19,000); the jacket Arnold Schwarzenegger wore in the original Terminator (estimated at 26,000 to $39,000); the corset Michelle Pfeiffer wore as Catwoman in Batman Returns (estimate: $3,000 to $6,000). Harrison Ford’s fedora from Raiders, the first film of that franchise, is expected to attract bids as high as $400,000. But the most hyped item by far is the grey jacket, also worn by Ford, in 1980’s The Empire Strikes Back. It will be the firs...

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