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"Lost" lots on auction

08-20-2010 09:01 BJT

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If you're a fan of the TV series "Lost," you'll be very interested in this next story. Headed for the auction block are cars, pieces of a plane, and other memorabilia from the show. Fans can own a piece of TV history as auction house "Profiles in History" gets ready to sell more than 11-hundred items from the popular production.

Want to sit in the same chair as Evangeline Lily? Drop a few hundred and it could be possible.

The collection consists of a multitude of costumes and props, all priced in the 200-300 dollar range.

And that's the whole idea, said Profiles in History president, Joe Maddalena.

Joseph Maddalena, President of Profiles in History, said, "You have a favorite moment in the show and you want a costume from that moment, there's every iconic moment from all six seasons of "Lost" and that's what's great about this auction."

Of course, there are some big ticket items. A large section of fuselage from Oceanic Flight 815 - the doomed plane that crashed on the island - is available and estimated to sell somewhere between 3-to-5-thousand dollars.

Poster of "Lost"
Poster of "Lost"

The Swan Station computer is up for grabs, estimated between 1,000-1,500 dollars, as is Hurley's winning lottery ticket for 600-800 dollars.

The "Lost: Official Show Auction" will take place in Santa Monica, California during the weekend.

Editor:Yang Jie |Source: CNTV.CN

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