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The Titanic Floating Door Prop Sells for $718,750

The auction will go down in history as one of the most lucrative auctions in the industry.

The wooden panel that was used as a raft for Rose (Kate Winslet) in the Titanic film, sold for a staggering $718,750 at the Heritage Auctions. The prop, which is made of balsa wood, was modelled on the door frame above the entrance to the ship’s first class lounge.

it has also been a topic of debate among fans ever since the movie was released. Some people wonder if both Jack and Rose could have fit on it.  According to the auction listing, the prop measures 8 feet long and 41 inches wide.  Fans can now take a look and decide if it could have accommodated both characters.

The wooden panel that was used as a raft for Rose.

Other props featured in the auction included the whip from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, which sold for $525,000.

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A Spiderman suit worn by Toby Maguire sold for $125,000, while an axe used by Jack Nicholson in The Shining to hack through a bathroom door attracted the same amount.

According to Heritage Auctions, the recent Treasures From Planet Hollywood event was a huge success, generating a total of $15.68 million. The auction will go down in history as one of the most lucrative auctions in the industry.

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