You Can Now Own Indiana Jones’ Whip from ‘The Last Crusade’

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The whip used by Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones in The Last Crusade is up for auction next week, so now’s the chance to make the 10-year-old version of yourself very happy.

London auction house Prop Store is putting the iconic whip up for sale next Tuesday, September 26, and bidding is open now if you have about $100,000 lying around.

Seriously: Estimates put the whip at between £50,000 and £70,000, or as much as $94,500 for its final sale price, though it could always be more.

And the whip isn’t the only item up for grabs. Prop Store is also auctioning off Tom Cruise’s flight suit from Top Gun, Tony Montana’s green card from Scarface, Christopher’s Reeve’s Superman Tunic from the fourth one (we’re not going to name it — it was pretty bad), and Roger Moore’s navy cap from the classic James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me. In all, they have more than 300 items up for auction, worth more than $4 million.

A few details in case you actually want to put in a bid: Bids can be placed online, over the phone, or in person.

Unfortunately for statesiders, if you just want to see the whip in person, you’ll have to do so in London. The free exhibition is now open to the public 10:00am to 9:30pm, until Tuesday 26th September 2017. After that, this one-of-a-kind treasure will be in someone else’s hands, lost for all of time like the holy grail, until we see the news story about a multi-millionaire losing an eye from cracking Indiana Jones’s whip in their own face.

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