As the popular Netflix series “The Crown” approaches its end, British film and television production company Left Bank Pictures has decided to auction off some of the series’ props and costumes. The auction will be held at Bonhams in London in February next year.
According to the press release she shared BonhamsThis “once-in-a-lifetime auction” includes 450 lots of props, furniture and costumes. Many items will be up for sale, such as replicas of Queen Elizabeth’s coronation robes and Princess Diana’s “revenge dress,” a 1987 Jaguar (Read also: Review of the first part of the sixth season of The Crown: The British royal family drama returns with an exciting and expressive journey to a sad ending)
“The costumes, props and iconic pieces from The Crown have been extensively researched and crafted with impressive attention to detail by master craftsmen. Not only is this a fantastic opportunity to own pieces from the historic show, but it’s also the closest anyone can get to doing so,” said Charlie Thomas, Director of Bonhams’ UK home sales, special and special collections statement said in the press release: “You come to own the real thing – whether it’s the facade of 10 Downing Street or Princess Diana’s engagement ring.”
According to Bonhams, “Proceeds from the direct sale will go towards establishing the Left Bank Pictures – The Crown Scholarship Program at the National Film and Television School (NFTS) which has training sites across the UK in Buckinghamshire, London, Leeds, Scotland, and Wales.”