Back to the Future 30th Anniversary Celebration Auction

Start: Thursday October 01, 2015 at 11:00 AM PST

End: Saturday October 24, 2015 at 11:00 AM PST

Lots: 126

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Back to the Future 30th Anniversary Celebration Auction

Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 11:00am Pacific Time

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Auction Updates

  • October 19, 2015 - Clarification on Clock Tower Flyer colors.
    • There are 4 different Clock Tower Flyers in the live auction. During filming they used white, blue, and yellow.
      • Lot 3 - This flyer is blue in color, and was used in the production of the first movie.
      • Lot 4 - This flyer is white in color, and was used in the production of the first movie.
      • Lot 118 - This flyer is white in color, and was used as set dressing on the Ride at Universal Studios.
      • Lot 119 - This flyer is light blue in color, and was used as set dressing on the Ride at Universal Studios.
  • October 17, 2015 - Special note, all lots in the timed Merchandise and Memorabilia auction ending October 31st.
    • This auction will not allow sniping at the last second, so everyone has a fair chance to bid what they feel comfortable with. If an item receives a bid within the last 3 minutes, the end time will automatically be extended another 3 minutes. Each item displays the exact time it is scheduled to end, with each lot initially ending 1 minute apart.
  • October 5, 2015 - Lot 62. Back To The Future 2 - Griff's Future BMW - added a video on YouTube:
  • October 5, 2015 - Lot 33. Back To The Future - Lyon Estates Gates - added more description text to the website and iCollector (not the PDF or online browser catalog above):
    • ADDED: The image shown is the proof-of-concept model miniature. The full-sized massive Lyon Estates gates are currently being built. When they are complete, we will update this auction with new photos!
    • ADDED: Close up picture of the lion head which is a pull from the original mold that is being used for the gates.
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