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About 200 pieces of collectibles belonging to famous legends and Hollywood celebrities are now on public display at Ponte 16 until October 8.
Then on October 9 the collectibles together with another 200 items will be sold at Ponte 16 in the first ever auction held by Julien’s Auctions in Asia. The two sessions will begin respectively at 10am and 2pm.
According to Ponte 16’s deputy chief executive officer Hoffman Ma, nearly 3,000 international buyers mainly from Japan, Europe and the US have already registered to participate in the auction.
The collectibles are from a number of superstars and celebrities including Princess Diana, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, Bruce Lee, Michael Jackson and Madonna.
A variety of costumes and props from Hollywood blockbusters namely “Batman Returns”, “Mr. and Mrs. Smith”, “Pirates of the Caribbean”, “Star Trek” and TV series “24” will also be put up for auction.
According to Ponte 16, Michael Jackson’s black Swarovski crystal glove and arm brace has an estimated bidding price of USD 20,000, while Michael Keaton’s Batman costume may reach USD 60,000, and Princess Diana’s ball gown and Elvis Presley’s autographed guitar may also reach USD 100,000 respectively.

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