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Captain America: The First Avenger Auction

Captain America: The First Avenger Auction on April 14, 2012!

Profiles in History is proud to announce its association with Marvel Entertainment to hold the "Captain America: The First Avenger" Auction at this year’s C2E2 (Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo) at McCormick Place, 2301 S. Lake Shore Dr., Chicago, IL 60616 at 6 p.m. CT on April 14, 2012.

Head over to the auction's official site now for full details, including how to register and bid online!

The auction consists of over 220 lots including the incredible costumes, props and vehicles from the 2011 film. “Rarely does a collector have the opportunity to acquire items of this importance from a contemporary film,” says Profiles in History President and CEO Joe Maddalena.

Among the key items to be sold:

The Captain America hero costume worn in the ultimate incarnation of Captain America. It is a three-piece custom suit made of ballistic nylon with rubberized backing. The three individual costume pieces consist of long pants with elastic boot stirrups, a short, elastic-bottomed, midriff-length undershirt and distinctive red, white and blue sculpted upper body armor with built-in bracers, shoulder pads and patriotic star insignia on the chest. Includes brown leather gloves, ammo belt, holster (with rubber Colt .45 pistol), high brown boots and comes paired with the appropriate form-fitted, leather mask-helmet stenciled with the letter “A” on the front and abstract wings on both sides. The costume exhibits discrete battle distress, and is accompanied by an iconic, round Vibranium shield made of resin. This hero suit is the culmination of all other evolving versions seen on screen and is the hero suit seen in all scenes from the “invasion montage” onward. The suit is also used in most graphic advertising and promotional materials for the film. Estimated to fetch $20,000 – $30,000.

Johann Schmidt’s hero Cube setup costume. Worn during the scene when the Cosmic Cube power is first exploited and harnessed in Dr. Zola’s lab.  The two-piece suit is custom made of forest green Polyester with jodhpur-style riding pants and built in suspenders. The jacket features a sewn-in matrix of straps with pops of bright crimson piping, and finished with a HYDRA icon patch on the left shoulder.  The costume is completed with knee-high patent leather boots, gloves, and black leather belt with HYDRA logo buckle. Estimated to fetch $6,000 - $8,000.

Hugo Weaving screen-worn Red Skull prosthetic makeup appliance constructed of red pigmented, encapsulated silicone and consisting of seven individual pieces, pre-painted overlaid and then final makeup applied on actor Hugo Weaving. The appliances covered Weaving’s entire head, ears, neck, and partial chest and features dot markers for digital tracking. Measures approx. 14 in. tall. Expected to fetch $3,000 - $5,000.
“Decoy” Cosmic Cube constructed of cloudy blue resin and measuring 3¾ in. sq. Johann Schmidt rips the “decoy” cube from the hands of the corpse in the sarcophagus in the Norwegian church. Expected to fetch $1,000 - $1,500.

Also included will be a wide array of Hydra and Allied prop weaponry and equipment, Johann Schmidt/Red Skull costumes, plus several HYDRA motorcycles and a full-scale steel-plated HYDRA “Fastrac” tank built on a four wheel drive tractor chassis!

Other Marvel Entertainment gems will also be included in the auction, such as, an original full-scale screen-used Mark II “Autopsy” suit from "Iron Man 2." This Mark II “Autopsy” suit was appropriated from the military by James “Rhodey” Rhodes, played by Don Cheadle, who proceeded to disassemble it (performing an “autopsy”) for examination of the technology in order to construct War Machine. Constructed by the visionary artists of Legacy Effects, this 75 in. tall figure is handcrafted of fiberglass resin with an incredibly detailed metalized finish resembling brushed stainless steel alloy. It features intricate wire loom, metal hoses and cables, and discrete electronics detailing as well as faux actuators, pistons, and other suspension devices in the exposed joints and limbs. The figure was designed to lie down for the autopsy scene and has a number of armor plates removed to expose the suit’s inner circuitry. The removed sections include two leg greaves, right hip plate, right bicep plate, right shoulder plate, head plate, and most notably a removable main breastplate that reveals the inner cavity and bracing elements. An impressive and iconic figure from this groundbreaking film. This is the only complete Iron Man suit ever offered at public auction. Special shipping arrangements will apply. Expected to fetch $60,000 – $80,000.

From "Thor" you can bid on the stunt Mjölnir war hammer. This is Thor’s distinctive large, square-headed war hammer, with foam rubber head realistically painted to resemble ancient forged metal. It is entwined with Nordic design and Runes, with a stout handle wrapped in brown leather with lanyard. Head measures 8½ in. x 5¼ in. x 5 in., 17 in. long overall. Expected to fetch $4,000 – $6,000.

Stay tuned for additional announcements that include more exciting items from the "Captain America: The First Avenger" auction.

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