Glee memorabilia set for Profiles in History auction
Glee fans rejoice! Props and costumes from the hit show are heading to auction next month with Profiles in History.
GLEE: The Official Show Auction will offer more than 1,500 lots from the Emmy Award-winning show's six seasons, with prices starting at just $100 for many items.
“We are thrilled to be holding the GLEE auction, an event created especially for the fans of this beloved groundbreaking show,” said Joe Maddalena, President, Profiles in History. “Bidding begins at very reasonable prices, even for various couture items so everyone has the opportunity to get a piece from their favorite character or memorable moment of this treasured TV series.”
Amongst the highlights will be famous costumes worn by the show's stars, including stars Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch, Chris Colfer, Naya Rivera and Kevin McHale.
The sale will also include costumes worn by the show's many famous guest stars, from Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson to Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, Adam Lambert and Demi Lovato.
Many of the screen-worn costumes were specially created by some of the world's most famous designers including Tom Ford, Prada, Marc Jacobs, Diane Von Furstenberg and Helmut Lang.
Notable lots will include a collection of 15 original handmade GLEE character hand puppets from the 'Puppet Master' episode, the 'Sugar Shack' neon sign, furniture from Sue Sylvester’s office and Artie Abrams’ signature wheelchair.
“It’s exciting to be able to offer so many great items to GLEE fans worldwide,” added David Goodrich, VP of E-Commerce Licensing and Digital Strategy, Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products. “Fans have always been extremely passionate about the show, and we are elated to finally give them the chance to own unique pieces and become part of preserving the show’s legacy.”
The official Profiles in History Glee auction takes place online on September 17-18.
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