You can never get your childhood back, but now you can at least own a piece of it.
An upcoming auction features more than 400 props, costumes and other memorabilia from classic 1960s TV shows like "Batman," "Star Trek," "I Dream of Jeannie" and "The Munsters."
The TV Treasures sale will be held December 1 at Prop Store in Valencia, California. Online bidding has already begun.
The authentic artifacts, owned by longtime collector James Comisar, range from autographed photos of Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling ("The Twilight Zone") to the transparent acrylic Bat Shield wielded by Adam West and Burt Ward in "Batman."
But you might need a shield of your own to absorb the shock of the bat-shaped prop's estimated selling price: $400,000 to $600,000, with a starting bid of $200,000.
Other "Batman" highlights include Robin's red vest ($8,000 to $10,000) and the question mark-emblazoned green suit and vest worn by the Riddler (Frank Gorshin) in the series' first episode. Its pre-auction estimate: $100,000 to $150,000.
Among the dozens of "Star Trek" pieces up for sale are Grecian chitons and gold belts worn by Captain Kirk (William Shatner) and Mr. Spock (Leonard Nimoy) and a Klingon Disruptor gun, which is expected to fetch $30,000 to $50,000.
"For 30 years I have rescued and restored TV's treasures," Comisar says in a video teaser on the Prop Store website. "Now I want to share them with collectors who don't just see cultural history but an old friend."
You can also bid on the stop-motion puppet of Goliath, the faithful talking dog in "Davey and Goliath," a green evening gown worn by Barbara Eden on "I Dream of Jeannie," and the door knocker from the dilapidated mansion at 1313 Mockingbird Lane, home of "The Munsters."
In addition, there's a range of ephemera from classic shows like "Lost in Space," "Mork & Mindy," and "Wonder Woman" and more recent hits, including "Breaking Bad," "Dexter" and "The Sopranos."
You can even snap up the, um, Fartman outfit worn by shock jock Howard Stern at the 1992 MTV Music Awards—but first you might want to take cover behind the Bat Shield.
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