Let’s have a look at GateWorld’s ten picks for the week!
Wraith Drone Costume
A Wraith drone costume seen throughout all five seasons of Stargate Atlantis. Wraith drones were the footsoldiers for the Wraith army, led by the Keeper, queens and commanders. As the series progressed production stopped painting the arms of the actors white and switched to an undergarment for the chest and arms later in the series. This costume reflects this change.
Carter Cebe Sunglasses
Cebe sunglasses worn by actress Amanda Tapping as Samantha Carter in Stargate SG-1. These glasses were frequently worn by Carter and O’Neill during off-world missions.
Apophis Threshold Chest
Chest from Apophis’s Goa’uld dashboard, seen in the Stargate SG-1 Season Five episode “Threshold”. After a battle with Ra, Teal’c is summoned before Apophis, who has this chest sitting in front of him.
John Sheppard Uniform
Uniform worn by actor Joe Flanigan as “John Sheppard” in Season Four of Stargate Atlantis. Sheppard led his team into battle in the Pegasus Galaxy against the Wraith, Replicators, and numerous other foes.
Pegasus Asgard Pistol
Pistol used by the members of the Pegasus Asgard in the Stargate Atlantis Season Five two-parter, “First Contact” and “The Lost Tribe”. These Asgard held Drs. Daniel Jackson and Rodney McKay at gunpoint, forcing them to activate the Attero Device.
Mitchell Sodan Armor – Stunt
Armor worn by actor Ben Browder’s stunt double as “Cameron Mitchell” in his fight against Jolan at the climax of the Stargate SG-1 Season Nine episode, “Babylon”. Mitchell led the SG-1 team through the last two years of the series after recovering from an F-302 fighter crash from the battle over Antarctica. It was his goal throughout his recovery to join the team he had respected and admired.
Keller Uniform from Missing
Uniform worn by actress Jewel Staite as “Jennifer Keller” in the Stargate Atlantis Season Four episode, “Missing”. This was a pivotal episode for this character. Keller became Chief Medical Officer of the Atlantis expedition in the Season Three finale, “First Strike”, following the death of Carson Beckett.
Small Victories Replicator Blocks
A set of Replicator blocks from the Foxtrot Russian submarine in the Stargate SG-1 Season Four episode, “Small Victories”. The Replicators assimilated whatever technology they could while on Earth, which meant they had to settle for the metal lining of a Russian sub rather than an advanced Asgard alloy.
Shades of Grey Anti-Gravity Geode
Geode suspended in an anti-gravity field, used in the Stargate SG-1 Season Three episode “Shades of Grey”. Claire Tobias demonstrated an anti-gravity device to Jack O’Neill upon first arriving at his new command. This geode was suspended within the device.
Carter and Lorne Photo – Backup
Backup of the hero photograph seen by Carter in an alternate reality in the Stargate SG-1 Season Ten episode, “The Road Not Taken”. Carter found this photo among her counterpart’s personals and inferred that she and Lorne might have been married. He informed her that they were only friends, and she had actually been with Rodney McKay at the time the image was taken.
Let’s take a look at the high and low buys from the Week 22 auctions. On the high end, Dr. Weir’s uniform from “Irresistible” sold for $800.00, Daniel Jackson’s BDU shirt sold for $778.00, and Daniel’s green uniform jacket sold for $710.00.
On the low end, Owen Goodwin’s name plate sold for $0.99, a backup photo of McKay and Beckett for “Sunday” sold for $16.50 and a Jack O’Neill belt from Continuum sold for $17.50.
Stay with GateWorld every week for more updates from the Propworx Stargate auctions! Visit them on the Web at StargateArtifacts.com.