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This auction includes some of the coolest movie props in history

From 'Batman' to 'Tron,' over 400 pieces of film history are up for grabs

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On December 21st, hundreds of movie props spanning the silent era through today's blockbusters will auctioned off by Profiles in History. And these aren't random odds and ends left behind on a set; they're one-of-a-kind pieces of film history that will demand top dollar from collectors. But even if you can't afford to spend $300,000 on Han Solo's blaster or $50,000 to own the coat Don Corleone wore before he was gunned down in The Godfather, it's still a thrill to examine all of the items listed in Hollywood Auction 62. We've collected just a few highlights below, but considering there are over 400 pieces in all, you'll definitely want to visit Profiles in History to explore all that's available.

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This Holy Grail diary kept by Dr. Henry Jones (Sean Connery) in 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade' contains 114 pages of "images, etchings and scribbled notes documenting the myths and legends of the Grail and the Knights that guarded it."