No Time To Die: Sean Connery James Bond suit up for auction alongside Star Wars, Back To The Future and Gladiator memorabilia

A suit worn by Sir Sean Connery as James Bond in You Only Live Twice is going up for auction.

The outfit worn by the late great Scottish actor is among 1,000 pieces of film and TV memorabilia worth an estimated £5.5 million due to go under the hammer.

Russell Crowe’s helmet from Gladiator and a signed hoverboard from Back To The Future Part II are among the lots that will feature in the Prop Store’s three-day auction in November.

The highest-valued item is a light-up X-wing filming miniature from 1983’s Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, which it is estimated will sell for between £200,000 and £300,000.

More than 1,000 pieces of film and TV memorabilia worth an estimated £5.5 million are due to go under the hammer.

From the same film, a Stormtrooper helmet is expected to sell for between £100,000 and £150,000.

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Also featured is a lenticular Mattel hoverboard from Back to the Future Part II signed by Michael J Fox, who played Marty McFly in the film trilogy.

A full-size T-800 endoskeleton from Terminator 2: Judgement Day has been valued between £60,000 and £80,000.

Maximus Decimus Meridius’ helmet from Sir Ridley Scott’s 2000 film Gladiator, worn by Crowe, also features.

It could sell for between £30,000 and £50,000.

Stephen Lane, Prop Store chief executive, said: “After our second hugely successful Los Angeles Entertainment Memorabilia live auction in the summer making over £5.1 million, Prop Store is back again, bigger and better than ever with a superb collection of over 1,000 lots up for sale.”

A preview will take pace at the Prop Store office facility in Hertfordshire between October 12 and November 11 with more than 120 lots.

The auction will take place November 9-11.

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