There’s No Better Time To Collect

Avatar By on June 30th 2020 June 30th 2020

We would like to thank everyone who has taken part in our auctions and sales these past several months. In these changing times, we continue to see strong sales across the board and are so grateful to the collectors who return to Prop Store again and again for film treasures. We are glad to be able to continue to support the collecting community with great deals and one-of-a-kind pieces.

Take a look at this month’s latest Prop Store news….



Back by popular demand! The Super Sale has returned with savings on thousands of Prop Store items, with some items as high as 50% off! This sale includes over 6,500 new items that have never been discounted before.

Give your collection a boost and check back daily for new discounts. Sale ends July 12th.





Looking for a hero? Bidding opens this Thursday, July 2nd, on over 280 lots of original props, costumes, and more from the productions of Marvel’s The Defenders, Marvel’s Daredevil, Marvel’s Jessica Jones, Marvel’s Luke Cage, and Marvel’s Iron Fist. Online bidding will be open from July 2nd until auction day, July 23rd. Register as an online bidder or phone bidder and join us on the 23rd for our Live Auction Video Stream as we bring the hammer down on some Marvel Universe history.








There are only a few days left to bid on original cast-signed scripts from the production of the hit series, Outlander. Prop Store has partnered with singer and Outlander actor Maria Doyle Kennedy for this exclusive charity auction, with proceeds from the sale benefiting Scottish Women’s Air and Women’s Aid Ireland. Start bidding today before the sale comes to a close this Friday, July 3rd.






After over 20 years of business in the film collecting market, Prop Store and CEO Stephen Lane were honored with the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise – International Trade 2020.

The Queen’s Award is a coveted prize for businesses in the United Kingdom and is awarded to a select group of British companies that have proven themselves in the areas of innovation, international trade, sustainable development, and provide opportunity for social mobility.
We’re overjoyed to be part of such a prestigious group of winning businesses and will continue Prop Store’s commitment to excellence in the decades to come.





In both our UK and US offices, Prop Store staffers are a diverse group of nerds, collectors, and pop culture buffs. Our offices are constantly filled with a rotating batch of movie treasures, though some pieces are hard for staffers to see go.

For this month’s Staff Pick, US Marketing Manager Matt Truex highlights one of his favorites that is currently available from Prop Store.



“I love the fake movie poster from Argo (2012). That film became an instant favorite for me when I first saw it, and this poster is emblematic of the farcical side of the actual events that transpired. Looking at the poster, you can see the conflict implicit in the CIA’s plan from that film. It’s at once a believable-enough piece of studio concept art, and the science fiction sham of an excuse that is was in real life. I love pieces like this that represent the inherent drama of the film they were featured in.”







We are in the final stages of building our lot list for this year’s Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction in London.

If you have pieces you would like to consign to this historically record-breaking auction, please reach out to Tim Lawes at with information on your items.



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  1. Avatar SheltonWilson says:

    O yes there is no better time to collect such beautiful moments from your post. I was looking here and there for buying essay online in AU but I did not know more best material is already awaiting for me. Good job.

  2. Avatar James Vangerberd says:

    Amazing guys!

  3. Avatar Bato dela Rosa says:

    Daredevil was a show I most definitely enjoyed watching. The acting was great and it didn’t feel as cheesy as the other Marvel Defenders in the same universe. I tried giving The Iron Fist a chance while at the waiting area of, but the guy playing Danny Rand just wasn’t impressive.

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  5. Avatar Logan says:

    Got to grab my favorite stuffs.

  6. Avatar Stan says:

    The Defenders was meh. I thoroughly enjoyed Daredevil but all the other shows were mediocre.Danny Rand was the worst. They should have ended it after the first season.

  7. The Defenders was meh. I thoroughly enjoyed Daredevil but all the other shows were mediocre.Danny Rand was the worst. They should have ended it after the first season.

  8. Avatar Ben Allester says:

    Uhm, okay. I think I’ve got the wrong Argo. I was about to suggest a movie with the same name a film showing reserved for tilers in ballarat

  9. Avatar Indigo COllier says:

    I’d get an item or two for the kids at gardener toowoomba but it’s too bad they come in packages when I only want the Daredevil ones.

  10. Avatar Kirstie Reeve says:

    Only DareDevil truly appeals to me. Yeah, the other series were great, but they were completely lackluster compared to our friend in red. Cheers from

  11. Avatar Alex says:

    Looks like this Argo is different from the one we had for film showing at carpet cleaning toowoomba

  12. Avatar Juan Goddard says:

    Not exactly about the article itself, but I have to say the new website looks dope! Props to the artist!

  13. The are very nice collector’s items. I will register. ANCHOR TEXT

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