Angelina Jolie memorabilia values and prices at auction

Angelina Jolie is a highly acclaimed actress, filmmaker, and humanitarian known for her work in Hollywood and her philanthropic efforts around the world.

Her fans are eager to collect memorabilia related to her films and her humanitarian work.

In this blog post, we will explore some of the most popular types of Angelina Jolie memorabilia and their values and prices at auction.

1. Film Props and Costumes: Film props and costumes worn by Angelina Jolie in her movies are highly sought after by collectors. In 2011, the black leather jacket worn by Jolie in the movie "Hackers" sold for $8,500 at auction.

2. Autographs: Angelina Jolie autographs, particularly those on movie posters or photographs, are highly valued by fans. In 2016, a signed poster from the movie "Gone in 60 Seconds" sold for $1,200 at auction.

3. Photographs: Photographs of Angelina Jolie, particularly those taken by famous photographers, are highly prized by collectors. In 2007, a photograph of Jolie taken by celebrity photographer David LaChapelle sold for $37,000 at auction.

4. Magazine Covers: Magazine covers featuring Angelina Jolie, particularly those from popular magazines such as Vanity Fair or Rolling Stone, are highly valued by collectors. In 2013, a Vanity Fair cover featuring Jolie sold for $13,000 at auction.

5. Humanitarian Memorabilia: Memorabilia related to Angelina Jolie's humanitarian work, such as signed books or photographs from her trips to refugee camps, are highly sought after by collectors. In 2019, a signed copy of Jolie's book "Notes from My Travels" sold for $2,500 at auction.

In conclusion, Angelina Jolie memorabilia values and prices at auction vary greatly depending on their rarity, condition, and historical significance.

Collectors should be aware of the authenticity of these items and should do their research to ensure that they are purchasing legitimate memorabilia.

Owning a piece of Angelina Jolie's legacy can be a meaningful way to pay tribute to her impact on the world of entertainment and humanitarian work.

About your Author:

Adrian Roose has over 30 years’ experience covering all aspects of the rare stamp & memorabilia industry during which he has sold over £50m of unique items, helping build collections for Royalty, household name celebrities and 1,000s of collectors around the world.

Adrian was previously a Director at Stanley Gibbons, a Board Member of Stampex, and Executive Director of Paul Fraser Collectibles, PFC Auctions and JustCollecting, prior to founding The Memorabilia Club.

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