Well, the Stargate eBay auctions have just turned 20. Twenty weeks, that is! It’s hard to believe that nearly two thousand items have been sold through the Propworx auctions. GateWorld has been following along each week, and we’re back for more.
Below we present our ten can’t-miss picks from the 100 lots available for you to own by Sunday night! …
Jack O’Neill Combat Glasses
Combat glasses worn by actor Richard Dean Anderson as Jack O’Neill in the Stargate SG-1 Season Five opening episode, “Enemies”, when he does combat with the Replicators.
Daniel Jackson Tactical Vest
Tactical vest worn by actor Michael Shanks as “Daniel Jackson” in Stargate SG-1. As the man who solved the riddle of the Stargate, Daniel Jackson has been a key player at Stargate Command even before its inception, and has held a position of prominence on the elite SG-1 team for over a decade.
Sheppard Comic Book Props
Comic books from John Sheppard’s personal effects, seen in numerous scenes in his quarters throughout Stargate Atlantis. A comic book fiend, Sheppard could often be spotted reading these instead of War and Peace.
Chris Judge Chair Back
Director’s chair-style chair back featuring the SG-1 logo on one side and Christopher Judge’s name on the other. This chair back was used by the actor in-between takes of Stargate SG-1.
Tok’ra Chair Prop
A screen-used Tok’ra chair seen in numerous Season Four episodes of Stargate SG-1. The Tok’ra were an off-shoot of the Goa’uld, identical in physiology but dramatically different in philosophy. Much of their technology was crystal-based, and their chairs reflected the crystalline nature of their civilization.
Daniel Artifact – Ancient Scroll Prop
An ancient scroll, used as set decoration for Stargate SG-1. Daniel collected numerous artifacts from Earth as well as other worlds during his travels.
Ex Deus Machina Spy Photos
Spy photos and manila envelope, held by actors Michael Shanks (“Daniel Jackson”) and Beau Bridges (“Hank Landry”) in the Stargate SG-1 Season Nine episode “Ex Deus Machina”. These photos helped lead SG-1 to the Trust.
Goa’uld Brazier Prop
Brazier featured in countless interior Goa’uld sets for Stargate SG-1. The Goa’uld, who took on the mythos of the ancient gods of Earth, often preferred fire as a dramatic alternative to typical lighting fixtures.
Weir UV Scanner Prop
Scanner used by actress Torri Higginson as Dr. Elizabeth Weir in the Stargate Atlantis Season Two episode, “Epiphany”. With this scanner, she hoped to rescue John Sheppard who had become trapped inside a time dilation bubble.
Continuum Hero Nondisclosure Form
Hero nondisclosure agreement presented to Samantha Carter, Daniel Jackson and Cameron Mitchell by the Department of Defense in Stargate: Continuum. When President Henry Hayes ordered the three team members to take separate paths, he instructed the Air Force to verbally read them NDAs detailing how they will carry out their lives. Binder includes pages detailing this agreement.
Let’s have a look at a few of the items from last week that went for scandals and steals. On the high end, the SG-1 and Atlantis press kit sold for $920.00, the Replicator Pistol and Holster sold for $800.00, and the Atlantis military uniform sold for $777.00.
On the low end, the “Epiphany” Sanctuary art sold for $5.50, the Ocean Floor Clamp art sold for $10.50, and the “Trinity” reactor art sold for $16.50.
Never let it be said that there isn’t a piece of Stargate history in everyone’s price range! Stick with GateWorld every week for more updates from the Propworx Stargate auctions! Visit them on the Web at StargateArtifacts.com.
Just curious, why have they started charging a baseline $50 for some of the items?
If no one bids above that, do the items go back to the warehouse?
Ah, so Sheppard was a bad boy, goofing off when he should’ve been reading “enlightening” material. :)