The Last Chance to Purchase Marvel Masterworks Collection Prop Duplicates is Almost Here
Celebrate Marvel Studios’ 10th Anniversary with amazing prop duplicates of Captain America’s shield, Iron Man’s helmet and more – but you only have until Cyber Monday!
As part of this year’s big celebration of Marvel Studios’ 10th anniversary, the Marvel Masterworks Collection was released at shopdisney.com, featuring highly limited exact prop duplicates of key items from Marvel Studios films created by Prop Master Russell Bobbitt.
The deadline to order the five props is now almost upon us, as Cyber Monday (November 26th) will be the last day these items will be available for sale!
Each item is made upon order and includes a unique display stand, glass medallion, product pamphlet with on-set and development anecdotes from Russell, and a cleaning cloth, plus a Glass Certificate of Authenticity that includes the special edition number of the piece. It all comes inside a Pelican case much like the ones Russell transports and stores the on-set props.
Below is the Captain America Shield with Black Panther Claw Marks, as seen in Marvel Studios’ “Captain America: Civil War,” along with a look at the Pelican case and what you’ll find inside, plus the Certificate of Authenticity.
The contents of each Pelican case are protected by two combination padlocks, with the specific product number on your Certificate of Authenticity giving you the combination numbers needed to open the padlocks.
The other items available in the Marvel Masterworks Collection include the Iron Man Mark 1 Helmet as seen in “Iron Man,” the Doctor Strange Eye of Agamotto as seen in “Doctor Strange,” the Groot Puppet as seen in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” and the Black Panther T’Chaka’s Ring as seen in “Captain America: Civil War” and “Black Panther.”
The five items are available through November 26th at the Marvel Masterworks Collection section at shopdisney.com.
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