Stunt Dispatching Stake

Stock #52538

£245 (approx. $279 / €239) ?

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A stunt dispatching stake used in the Oliver Stone epic Alexander. Chronicling the life of the legendary king of Macedonia, Alexander (Colin Farrell) takes the throne following his father's assassination and proceeds to bring the world to heel in military campaigns across Greece, Persia and beyond, becoming one of the most famed generals in history.

This stake and others like it were used in the scene in which Alexander comforts his dying troops after the Battle of Guagamela, being killed one by one by the surgeons hammering stakes into the heads of the mortally wounded. Made of soft foam rubber, the piece was designed to prevent injury to actors during the scene. The stake features intricate nobbled designs and finished in faux-bronze paint to give the appearance of being made of worked metal.

Displaying some minor wear from use, the piece remains in very good condition.

Item size - 6.89" x 1.77" x 1.77" (17.5cm x 4.5cm x 4.5cm)

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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