Hundreds of iconic relics from television history are up for auction
Lucy's polka dot dress, Spock's tunic and Sister Bertrille's habit are up for sale.
Going once, going twice… Sold! Now you can own a piece of Hollywood history, but it might cost you a pretty penny.
Invaluable, in partnership with Profiles in History, is hosting a three-day online auction of props, costumes and photographs from the entertainment industry. The event runs through July 1, with thousands of items up for auction.
The website boasts an impressive collection of relics from film and television, including classic pieces from shows like I Love Lucy, Star Trek and The Beverly Hillbillies. Prices range anywhere from $300 to $60,000.
Here's a look at some of the coolest items up for auction today and tomorrow. Will you place a bid?
I Love Lucy
Bidding for Lucille Ball's most iconic outfit from the series starts at $60,000, with the site estimating it could eventually go for $80,000.
If you're looking for something slightly more affordable from the series, consider this monogrammed purse. Bidding starts at $600.
The Beverly Hillbillies
Jethro's plaid shirt still seems as vibrant as it did almost 50 years ago. It goes for $500.
The Flying Nun
Records might break with this one! Sister Bertrille's exaggerated habit from the campy 1960s show is up for auction, and bidding starts at $12,000. Who wouldn't want to test it out to see if it really flies?
Lost In Space
Bidding for Bill Mumy's "Will Robinson" jacket, worn during the show's first season, starts at $2,000.
Hawkeye's robe goes for $2,000.
Hawkeye's robe isn't the only piece of TV bathwear at this auction. Colonel Klink's robe goes for a slightly reduced price of $1,500.
The Addams Family
Who knew Uncle Fester had such great taste? His fur-trimmed coat goes for a whopping $40,000.
You can own the Vulcan ear tips worn by Leonard Nimoy for $2,000.
If you have more money to spend, consider Nimoy's light blue uniform. Bidding starts at $60,000.
I Dream of Jeannie
It's not the iconic outfit worn by Barbara Eden, but it's still a popular piece from the show. Bidding starts at $300, but it could get as high as $500.
The Red Skelton Show
Skelton's classic "Clem Kadiddlehopper" character wore a loud yellow suit, which you can own for $2,000.
The Mickey Mouse Club
Did you secretly want to be a Mouseketeer? Now you can be one with Cheryl Holdridge's apron. Bidding starts at $2,000.
Only Fran Fine could get away with this number, which goes for $300.