“Back To The Future” Items Up for Auction at Prop Store

We love auctions. More specifically, we love it when companies like Profiles in History and Prop Store are able to comb personal collections and archives for pieces of Hollywood and science fiction history. The upcoming Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction coming up (from Prop Store) has some absolutely fangirl scream-worthy items listed in the beautiful catalog, including come choice pieces from Robert Zemeckis‘ iconic films “Back To The Future” parts 1 and II.

Lot 82: Marty McFly’s radiation suit from “Back To The Future” worn by Michael J. Fox


Marty McFly’s (Michael J. Fox) radiation suit from Robert Zemeckis’ sci-fi adventure film
Back to the Future. McFly wore his radiation suit while making the jump back in time to
the year 1955, and later donned it again as “Darth Vader from Planet Vulcan” to scare
his father George McFly (Crispin Glover) into asking his mother Lorraine Baines (Lea
Thompson) to the “Enchantment Under the Sea” dance.

This fluorescent yellow Tyvek jumpsuit features a zip on the front, Velcro®® fasteners
on the wrists, two pieces of tape affixed to the shoulder blades, and orange highlights
on the ankles. This radiation suit is in excellent overall condition and exhibits signs of
wear and age throughout, including some minor staining and dirt.

Estimate: $5,000 – 7,000

Lot 83: Four Save the Clock Tower flyers from “Back To The Future

A set of four “Save the Clock Tower” flyers from Robert Zemeckis’ time travel
adventure Back to the Future. Flyers were handed out by the Hill Valley
Preservation Society in the town square, where two were given to Marty McFly
(Michael J. Fox) and Jennifer (Claudia Wells).

The flyers each feature the header “Save the Clock Tower” and a photocopy
of a Hill Valley Telegraph newspaper article headlined “Clock Tower Struck by
Lightning,” written in the wake of the events McFly witnessed in 1955. Filler text
is used for the body of the article, and a plea for donations from the preservation
society is at the bottom. Three flyers are printed on light blue paper and the fourth
is printed on yellow paper. The flyers are in excellent overall condition with minimal
signs of wear. Dimensions: (each) 11” x 8 1/2” (28 cm x 21.5 cm)

Estimate: $2,000- 3,000

Lot 92: Marty McFly’s “Back To The Future Part II” left Nike MAG Sneaker


Marty McFly’s (Michael J. Fox) left Nike MAG sneaker from Robert Zemeckis’ sci-fi
sequel Back to the Future Part II. Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) gave Marty self-lacing shoes when they time-traveled to the futuristic Hill Valley.

Created by famed Nike shoe designer Tinker Hatfield, the shoe represents a
futuristic take on the classic Nike brand. This high-top sneaker features soft grey
material around the foot, thick white support lining at the ankle, and a blue-flecked
foam appliance around the sole. Also included is a white Nike ankle strap. This
shoe is in fair overall condition with signs of age and wear. It has undergone
significant restoration to the soles, reconstructing cracked, crumbling foam
components. The shoe was missing the “Nike MAG” piece at the heel, and the
back piece to the ankle strap, and has had replicas of those components fitted.
Dimensions: 10” x 12” x 9 1/2” (25 cm x 30 cm x 24 cm)

Estimate: $15,000 – 20,000

Lot 93: Gray’s Sports Almanac and Oh LàLà from “Back To The Future Part II


A Grays Sports almanac cover with an Oh La La magazine
from Robert Zemeckis’ sci-fi adventure sequel Back to
the Future Part II. Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) attempted
to retrieve what he believed was Biff Tannen’s (Thomas
F. Wilson) sports almanac, but only recovered its dust
jacket wrapped around a copy of Biff’s favorite French
nudie magazine.

This lot consists of a glossy, paper cover titled “GRAYS
SPORTS ALMANAC” applied to a full glossy paper
magazine with a color cover and black-and-white interior
featuring French text and color pin-up photographs. The
lot is in excellent overall condition with minor creasing and
edge wear from production.
Dimensions: 9” x 6” x 1/4” (23 cm x 15.25 cm x 0.75 cm)

Estimate: $5,000 – 7,000

Yeah, so, we can’t wait to see what these items end up going for.

The auction is set to take place in Los Angeles on August 26th and 27th, 2020. You can see the entire catalog and learn how to sign up to bid in items on Prop Store’s official website here. Keep an eye on other highlights from this listing!

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