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 Mar 07, 2007 - 09:08 AM - by Michael
* Jedi Cloak, $100,000

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The BBC is reporting that a Star Wars prop - the original cloak worn by Sir Alec Guinness - recently sold at auction. If only I had that kind of cash.

Angels said it was trying to clear space in its warehouse, which currently holds more than 1.5 million costumes, as well as lowering its insurance costs.

Bonhams auction house transformed its saleroom into a celebrity's dressing room to give prospective buyers the chance to try on their favourite costumes.

 

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