‘Dark Knight Rises’ Batpod fetches 312,000 pounds at auction

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London | September 29, 2016 12:16 PM

The Batpod prop used in Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight Rises" has been auctioned off at the Prop Store live auction at the BFI IMAX in London.

batman-l-reuFrom the same movie, Batman’s Batsuit was bought for 192,000 pounds and the costume from 2005’s ‘Batman Begins’ reached a whopping 96,000 pounds. (Source: Reuters)

The Batpod prop used in Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight Rises” has been auctioned off at the Prop Store live auction at the BFI IMAX in London.

It sold for 312,000 pounds at auction on Tuesday, reported Female First.

The Caped Crusader’s vehicle used in the 2012 superhero blockbuster from Christopher Nolan’s trilogy, starring Christian Bale, was among several TV and film memorabilia items auctioned off at the Prop Store’s sale held at the BFI IMAX in London.

From the same movie, Batman’s Batsuit was bought for 192,000 pounds and the costume from 2005’s ‘Batman Begins’ reached a whopping 96,000 pounds.

Legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg’s clapperboard from 1975’s “Jaws” went for 84,000 pounds.

Other items included the Sloth Mask from 1980s classic comedy “The Goonies”, which went for 36,000 pounds.

Harry Potter’s Acceptance Letter for Hogwarts, complete with the wax seal, from 2001’s “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” sold for 8,400 pounds.

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