Two Face Coin Prop replica based on Harvey Dent’s coin as seen in The Dark Knight.

Features:

  • Professionally cast in metal and plated.
  • Measures 38mm x 3mm
  • Made with reference to an original 1922 peace coin.
  • Like the original prop, this one is shiny and new on one side, and antique plated, scratch and weathered “burnt” on the other.
  • Modeled off the screen used coin that was on display at San Diego Comic Con in 2011.

WHERE TO GET IT:

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Xena: The Warrior Princess Chakram weapon replica.

The Chakram is a throwing weapon capable of ricocheting off objects and returning to the thrower. It is quite possibly the most iconic of all weapons in the hit series.

Features:

  • Manufacturer: Pacific Renaissance Pictures (the same blacksmiths that forged Xena’s Chakram in the show)
  • Limited Edition of only 500.
  • Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
  • Based on the original Chakram prop used by Lucy Lawless in Xena: The Warrior Princess.
  • Material: Metal with a high polish finish.
  • Size: 9.5″ in diameter – Framed out t0 18 1/2 X 15 1/2.
  • Not intended to be used as a real weapon.

Note: Xena: The Warrior Princess spanned many seasons through which a number of different Chakram designs were featured. The one pictured above is a Chakram prop replica based on the original that appeared in season 1.

WHERE TO GET IT:

Sold out. To get one now, we recommend using the link below to periodically search eBay for a sale:

Limited Edition Xena: The Warrior Princess Chakram Prop Replica.

Life-size authentic reproduction of the Star Trek: Enterprise NX-01 Dedication Plaque.

Features:

  • Manufactured by: HMS Creative Productions in partnership with Roddenberry.
  • Release date: 2012.
  • Life-size (1:1 Scale).
  • It forms one of five starship dedication plaques representing each of Star Trek series.
  • Replica of the same plaques that were received by each starship when they were commissioned for active duty.
  • Built and painted with the craftsmanship of professional prop makers who worked on the Star Trek: Enterprise¬†TV series.

WHERE TO GET IT:

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James Bond Jaws Teeth Prop Replica Signature Edition.

Based on the metal teeth worn by Jaws (Richard Kiel) in both the James Bond films The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979).

Features:

  • Manufacturer: Big Chief & Factory Entertainment.
  • Officially licensed by: Danjaq LLC and EON Productions.
  • Release date: 2010.
  • Limited edition: 715.
  • Size: 1:1 Scale.
  • Non wearable prop replica.
  • Cast in a solid and highly polished dental-grade surgical-steel alloy from copies of the molds used to create the original prop.
  • Includes display stand, acrylic cover, certificate of authenticity, detailed prop-story booklet, and numbered plaque.
  • Comes hand signed by actor Richard Kiel.

WHERE TO GET IT:

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eFX Collectibles’ Battlestar Galactica 1:1 scale signature edition Colonial Viper Helmet replica, based on the Colonial Viper Helmet as seen in the 1978 Battlestar Galactica TV series.

Features:

  • Manufacturer: eFX Collectibles
  • Release Date: 2012.
  • Life-size (1:1 scale).
  • Height: 15 inches (38.10 cm).
  • Width: 16 inches (40.64 cm).
  • Length: 22 inches (55.88 cm).
  • Weight: 10.050 lb
  • Display plaque stand featuring Battlestar Galactica¬†stars Richard Hatch and Dirk Benedict’s signatures (Signature Edition).
  • Designed using scans from the original screen-used helmet.
  • Cast from the original screen-used helment.
  • Material: High-quality fiberglass and resin.
  • Includes LED lighting effects.
  • Limited edition of only 500 pieces.
  • Comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Backstory:

The original Colonial Viper pilot helmet was created in 1977 for a proposed 7-hour ABC mini-series by Glen A. Larson named Battlestar Galactica.

The mini-series starred Lorne Greene, Richard Hatch (Apollo), and Dirk Benedict (Starbuck).

The original concept sketches of the helmet were drawn by Joe Johnston, who was the Effects Art Director at MCA-57. Its Egyptian inspiration was likely due to the huge success of the “Treasures of Tutankhamun” exhibition (1972-1981) that was touring the United States. In fact, at the time of the start of pre-production, the exhibit was at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

The helmet was made by MCA-57 model maker Steve Gawley, based on Johnston’s concept sketches and guidance. Early in the development of the helmet, Steve requested to fit the helmet to the actor with the largest head. But this was not possible since in 1977, the roles had not yet been cast. So, he recruited some of his fellow artisans at MCA-57 to try the helmet on for size. The goal was to make one size helmet to fit all.

The series pilot first aired on September 17, 1978. Many of the original helmets were subsequently repurposed for the short-lived Galactica 1980 television series and the Universal Studios Hollywood attraction “Battle of Galactica” (1979-1992).

In 1979, Battlestar Galactica won two Emmys for Outstanding Costume Design and Outstanding Individual Achievement – Creative Technical Craft for a series. It was also nominated for Outstanding Art Direction that same year.

WHERE TO GET IT:

Sold out upon release, now extremely rare and practically impossible to find.

You can check the original listing from 2012 on Entertainment Earth but your best bet it so periodically search eBay for a sale. Use the link below to do an immediate tailored search:

eFX Collectibles Signature Edition Battlestar Galactica Life-Size Scale Colonial Viper Helmet