The sixteenth week of the Propworx Stargate auctions has commenced! Forty-nine new items are now available for bidding on eBay from now until Sunday night, from costumes to artwork and props!
Let’s take a look at a handful of the items now available …
Ronon Blaster Art
Concept art depicting Ronon Dex’s blaster weapon, introduced in the Atlantis Season Two episode, “Runner”, and seen in nearly every subsequent episode. This concept art was the inspiration for the design of the blaster, which was later revealed to be a Traveler weapon.
Vidrine Nameplate and Ribbon Bars
Name plate and ribbon bars created for actor Steven Williams as General Vidrine but unused. Vidrine was a four-star general who appeared in numerous episodes of SG-1, including “Tangent”, “Absolute Power” and “Enemy Mine”.
Screen-Used F-302 Patch
Patch worn by a member of the F-302 fighter squadron seen in a briefing with Carter and Young Jack O’Neill in the Stargate SG-1 Season Seven episode, “Fragile Balance”. This team would eventually go on to be led by Cameron Mitchell in the battle over Antarctica.
Continuum Antarctic Shoot Crew Shirt
T-shirt created as a crew gift for the team who traveled to the Aplis Research Laboratory in the Arctic to film scenes for Stargate Continuum. Director Martin Wood is often seen wearing this shirt at public events. This item was part of an extremely limited run.
Hero Wraith Stunner Staff
Hero staff introduced as a Bedrosian weapon in the Stargate SG-1 Season Three episode “New Ground,” reused in Season Five’s “Wormhole X-Treme” and “The Warrior,” and redressed as a Wraith stunner staff for Stargate Atlantis, By Season Three of Atlantis, the over-the-shoulder Wraith stunner rifles had been replaced by these weapons.
Sheppard Bloody Wrist Band
Dirty and bloodied wrist band worn by actor Joe Flanigan as “John Sheppard” in the Stargate Atlantis Season Five episode “Search and Rescue”, when he and Ronon are trapped under a pile of rubble. Sheppard’s wrist bands were one of the lasting mysteries of the series, as actor Joe Flanigan deliberately dodged questions as to why Sheppard enjoyed wearing them so frequently.
How did the items from last week perform? On the high end, Daniel’s hero glasses sold for $1,455.00, Sheppard’s uniform sold for $949.00, and a Replicator pistol and holster sold for $760.00.
On the low end, a Stargate Continuum promotional t-shirt sold for $21.50, artwork for Weir’s stasis pod sold for $24.00, and artwork for the “Hot Zone” creature sold for $26.00.
Stay with GateWorld each week for updates from the Propworx online Stargate auctions, and your chance to own a piece of history. Visit Propworx on the Web at StargateArtifacts.com!
The ‘sixteenth week’ link should go to http://shop.ebay.com/merchant/propworx2