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Thursday 28 July 2005, by Webmaster

Lightsabers, Luke’s Severed Hand up for Auction

LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) - A Jedi never dies; his stuff just goes on eBay — or something like that.

"Star Wars" fans still mourning the final installment of George Lucas’ science fiction epic, will have a chance to own two lightsabers used in the original trilogy. The film weapons are only two of thousands of Hollywood memorabilia items going under the online hammer as part of the Profiles in History auction on eBay on Friday, July 29.

Direct from the collection of "Star Wars" producer Gary Kurtz, the lightsabers, wielded by Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader, are expected to fetch at least $60,000 apiece.

Fans will also have a chance to create their own macabre "Star Wars" body parts graveyard, crowned by Luke’s severed hand ($25,000) from "Empire Strikes Back," C-3PO’s eyes, Chewbacca’s teeth and Yoda’s feet. Other items from the collection include Luke’s X-Wing flight suit, an original "Star Wars" script page with Lucas’ alterations, Yoda’s cane and Boba Fett lithographs — featuring the bounty hunter, not printed by him.

Props from other films for sale include Harrison Ford’s leather jacket from "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade," Tom Hanks’ costume from "Saving Private Ryan," a Robby the Robot replica from "Forbidden Planet," Kirk Douglas’ gladiator armor from "Spartacus" and Sean Connery’s stunt machine gun from "The Untouchables."

The small screen is also represented in the auction including the "million dollar cello" from the "I Love Lucy" pilot, the Gavin MacLeod captain’s uniform from "The Love Boat" and the soul-holder crystal amulet from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."

To participate in the auction or view the complete list of items up for sale, visit www.ebayliveauctions.com.