We should be aware of the fact that this year marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. The real value of items from the Titanic is priceless, but nothing less are not valuable memorabilia from James Cameron’s 1998 film.
However, an antiques dress of Kate Winslet wore in Titanic’s iconic ‘King of the World’ scene and Orlando Bloom’s Legolas bow from The Lord Of The Rings trilogy have been added to Profiles in History’s will offer three iconic Hollywood items as a part of its “Drama, Action, Romance- The Hollywood Auction” on December 15 & 16.
While, the Rose DeWitt Bukater ‘jump dress’, created by Deborah L. Scott, is expected to fetch between £125,000 and £187,500. Bloom’s Lothlorien bow will go under the hammer for at least £50,000. (And this dress was shown in the memorable scene when Rose and Jack, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, have their first meeting on the windswept deck of the Titanic, where Rose is attempting to leap to death).
Surprisingly, a treasure trove of photos from the set of Alfred Hitchcock’s lost silent film The Mountain Eagle and correspondence from John Lennon and Louis Armstrong are also set to go under the hammer at the auction.