'Lost': 17 Pieces of TV History Up for Bids
Henry Gale's Wallet(Estimated Value: $200—$300)
In the second-season episodes ''Lockdown'' and ''Dave,'' Ben was using the alias Henry Gale until the body and wallet of the real Henry Gale founder and CEO of Minnesota Metallurgy, were discovered buried in the forest. The wallet contained his Minnesota driver's license, credit cards, other various cards, and cash.
Jeremy Bentham's Death Certificate (Estimated Value: $200—$300)
Locke used/adopted the name Jeremy Bentham while working to reunite the castaways and get them back on the Island.
Eko's staff (Estimated Value: $1,000—$1,500)
Eko made his signature staff out of a branch that he broke off on the beach. He then carved various Bible scriptures, a small cross, and the Numbers into the branch. Charlie nicknamed it the ''Jesus stick,'' while Locke called it a ''prayer stick.'' After Eko's death, Locke noticed the ''Lift up your eyes and look north John 3:05'' inscription and interpreted ''305'' to mean a northward compass bearing, which led John, Kate, and Sayid to the Flame station.
Faraday's Journal (Estimated Value: $400—$600)
Daniel Faraday was almost never without the journal his mother gave him after he graduated from Oxford University.
Hurley's Winning Lotto Ticket (Estimated Value: $600—$800)
Hurley won the $114 million Mega Lotto Jackpot ticket with the numbers 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, and Mega Number 42 — which all went on to carry mystical importance throughout the series.
Locke's compass (Estimated Value: $600—$800)
Richard Alpert gave Locke this compass during a time-shift sequence, so that Richard would believe Locke when they met up in a different time. Locke returned the compass to Richard when he time-shifted to 1954.
Locke's suicide note to Jack (Estimated Value: $400—$600)
This crumpled handwritten note nearly undid Jack when Eloise Hawking gave it to him after Locke's death. It came with an envelope with the words ''Jack Shepard'' handwritten on it.
Sawyer?s letter to the man who murdered his parents (Estimated Value: $400—$600)
In 1976, an 8-year-old James Ford wrote this letter to ''Mr. Sawyer,'' the grifter whom he blamed for his parents? deaths. He wrote it on a torn-off sheet of lined notebook paper during his parents? funeral. At the age of 19, James Ford took up the name Sawyer, and began carrying the letter with him at all times in the event he ever met the real Sawyer. The original letter-size envelope with an ''America?s Bicentennial, Knoxville, Tennessee 1976'' sticker affixed to it is included.
Desmond's photograph with Penny at the Marina (Estimated Value: $300—$500)
Desmond cherished this photo, which was taken in London but had a backdrop screen of the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor in Honolulu.
Karl?s Brainwashing LED Goggles
When Alex's boyfriend Karl was held in Room 23 at the Hydra station during the ''Not in Portland'' episode, he was strapped to a chair with an IV in his arm, made to listen to extremely loud drum and bass music, and forced to wear these goggles while watching a video filled with subliminal messages.
This is the wooden crossbow that the long-stranded, kinda batty Danielle Rousseau used to shoot Ben in the back after he tried to escape from Sayid in Season 2's ''One of Them'' season 2 episode. She warned Sayid that Ben ''will lie, for a long time...he will lie.''
Twelve cans of DHARMA-branded beer (Estimated Value: $200—$300)
In Season 3's ''Tricia Tanaka's Dead'' episode, Hurley and Sawyer were elated to discover a batch of DHARMA Initiative beer in the VW van.
Charlie's bass guitar (Estimated Value: $300—$500)
In the series finale, Charlie played this Squier bass guitar at the Golden State Natural History Museum benefit concert that Eloise Widmore organized.
Desmond's fail-safe key with ''Joe Inman'' dog tag (Estimated Value: $600—$800)
Joe Inman had this key, embossed with a DHARMA Initiative/Swan logo, until the day of the crash of Oceanic Flight 815, when Desmond accidentally killed him and took it off his neck. Then Desmond used the key after Locke caused another system failure by destroying the computer. Triggering the fail-safe mechanism led to the destruction of the Swan station and Desmond's time-shifting.
Jin?s wedding ring (Estimated Value: $400—$600)
Jin's simple gold-band wedding ring has a Korean inscription on the inside that reads, ''We will never be apart.'' He tried to send the ring to Sun to convince her that he was dead and dissuade her from coming back to the Island, but Ben used it to convince her that Jin was alive and she needed to return.
Sawyer?s improvised reading glasses from Season Three (Estimated Value: $600—$800)
When he wasn't fighting for his life or making snarky comments about his fellow castaways, Sawyer spent a lot of time reading — and after he began experiencing headaches, it became clear that he needed glasses. And so he started fashioning pairs, like this one, held together with electrical wire and black electrical tape.
Four Virgin Mary statues (Estimated Value: $400—$600)
What better place to store heroin than inside statues of the Virgin Mary?, like Eko's brother did? Discovery of the stash in the wrecked airplane was the biggest temptation for an involuntarily-detoxing When Charlie, who was involuntarily detoxing, discovered Eko's brother's stash in the wrecked airplane, he faced his greatest temptation. These plastic and plaster statues — which come with a prop bag of heroin — were used throughout season 1.
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