The prototype puppet from the 200th episode of Stargate SG-1 is on sale on eBay this week.
Propworx, the company presenting the Official Stargate Prop and Costume Auctions, has launched Week 39 this past Sunday night. This seven-day auction includes nearly 50 props and costumes from SG-1 and Atlantis and will conclude this Sunday night, January 23, US time.
The prototype marionette was created for the “Team America” spoof scene in the 200th episode of SG-1, and features 13 points of articulation and a head in the likeness of Jack O’Neill. Check out the Propworx Close-Up segment detailing the puppet below!
In addition to the marionette, Propworx is also selling the last of two extremely rare future gold-toned Earth patches from the SG-1 Season Two episode “Out Of Mind” (the first sold in Live Auction One), the hero Baal sword and scabbard from Stargate Continuum, and the General’s Office Chair from all ten seasons of SG-1 (which was in Live Auction One but did not sell).
Propworx also reports that this is the last week you will be able to buy an Asgard Stone and Wraith Stunner Pistol on eBay. The last will be featured exclusively in Live Auction Two.
Check out the complete eBay inventory by visiting the “propworx2” landing page, or visit StargateArtifacts.com for more info. And for Caprica fans, Propworx is also two three weeks into their Official Caprica Auctions.
The Jack O’Neill prototype puppet is on sale from now until January 23.
David Hewlett is already tweeting about them selling his chair back from Atlantis!
And the cross that Sheppard wore in Vegas is also up for sale.
Soon the Atlantis sets are gonna come down and some millionare is gonna get the control chair and some fan from Ohio is gonna just get one of the crystal controls from a console. SGA fans should just give it up and support SGU, it might go a long way to not only keeping the sets standing but jumpstarting hope for the Atlantis movie
Sorry to break it to ya but its not the sga fans that control the ratings its the AVERAGE VIEWER!! and the average viewer says they don’t like it. so in a sense sga fans helping save sgu won’t help.
@The Admiral: Don’t blame the fans, they don’t have to support something they don’t like, and it’s about a year and a half too late for SGU. It’s the retarted Nielsen ratings that say what’s popular and what’s not. I’m confident that every hardcore Nielsen household SG fan would do their best to support any SG.
@ The Admiral
The SGA sets were torn down a long time ago and it is just a matter of time until the same happens with the SGU sets. SGU is as dead as SG1/SGA.
@psw: Yes, the sets were down already, if I remember before SGU:s1 finished. Someone is just lagging.
I was a Neilsen home participant until a year ago – it is only a ONE year stint. I did my best to support ALL SyFy Primetime programming, (SG, Eureka, etc) whether they were reruns or not – I knew they were keeping track. And if the kids were around (mostly) I logged them in too. But the odds of a scifi fan being a Neilsen data point are miniscule and I fear my efforts were of little consequence.
@CmdrJake: It’s the thought that counts.