George Clooney memorabilia values and prices at auction

George Clooney is a Hollywood icon and a beloved figure in the entertainment industry.

As a result, memorabilia associated with him can be highly sought after by collectors.

In this post, we will explore the values and prices of some of George Clooney's memorabilia that have been sold at auction.

  1. Boots from "The Perfect Storm" In 2017, a pair of George Clooney's boots that he wore in the film "The Perfect Storm" were sold at auction for $18,000. The boots were from the personal collection of the film's director, Wolfgang Petersen, and came with a certificate of authenticity.

  2. Omega Speedmaster Watch from "Gravity" In 2013, the Omega Speedmaster watch that Clooney wore in the film "Gravity" was sold for $37,500 at a Christie's auction in New York. The watch, which was part of a set of watches made for the film, was auctioned for charity. The watch features in the film as part of the astronaut's uniform and has become a popular item among collectors.

  3. Painting of George Clooney by Alex Guofeng Cao In 2019, a painting of George Clooney by artist Alex Guofeng Cao was sold for $500,000 at a charity auction. The painting, which is a digital print on canvas, is part of Cao's "Illuminati" series and features Clooney dressed in a suit and holding a martini glass.

The prices of George Clooney memorabilia at auction can vary depending on factors such as the rarity and condition of the item, its historical significance, and the level of demand from collectors.

For example, clothing and props from iconic films such as "Ocean's Eleven" or "ER" may fetch higher prices at auction than more obscure items.

In conclusion, George Clooney memorabilia can be valuable and highly sought after by collectors.

The items listed above are just a few examples of the types of memorabilia that have been sold at auction and their prices.

As with any investment, it's important to do your research and consult with experts before making a purchase.

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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