A miniature coffin used from the production of Brad Furman's 2016 crime drama The Infiltrator.
Based on the titular autobiography by U.S. Customs special agent Robert Mazur (Bryan Cranston), it tells the story of how Mazur helped to thwart Pablo Escobar's money laundering organisation by working undercover as a corrupt businessman.
Robert's young daughter notices an envelope dripping and hands it to her concerned father. He opens the package to find a blood soaked miniature coffin, sent as a warning from Columbian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
The piece is made from resin that has been painted in white with a gloss finish and the interior is lined with a synthetic pale brown fabric. The lid is removable, and six metal handles adorn the outside of the coffin. Traces and stains from the use of stage blood are present, most noticeably around the top edge of the main part of the coffin.
The miniature coffin displays some light surface scratches and indentations on the outside. However, in spite of this wear the piece remains in a very good condition.
Materials: Resin, Man-Made Woven Fibres, Ferrous Metals.
Item size - 7.09" x 3.15" x 1.77" (18cm x 8cm x 4.5cm)
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