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      LOST Auction Sneak Peek at Comic Con
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      Hey All,
      The LOST Producers and ABC have decided to auction off several of the LOST props once the show ends in 2010. However, Losties that will be attending Comic Con, will be able to get an exclusive look at some of the props that are being auctioned by Profiles in History!!

      Here are the details:

      The original props, costumes and set pieces from the hit ABC Television Series "Lost" will be at the 'Con from July 23-26, 2009.

      Fans of "Lost" will be getting a sneak preview at Comic Con!
      ABC is pleased to announce the "Lost" auction will take place after the series finale in May 2010.

      "In celebration of our fans around the world, Profiles in History has been selected to auction a selection of original props, set pieces, costumes and collectors' artifacts from the entire series in order to give our fans a chance to own a piece of one of the greatest, most iconic shows in history. A first look at some of these items will take place at this year's San Diego Comic Con."

      Profiles in History, the world's largest Hollywood memorabilia auctioneer, will host this four-day sneak preview at booth #315 at the San Diego Comic Con July 23-26, and conduct this auction in May 2010.

      Kate's toy plane, Hurley's winning lottery ticket, Locke's hunting knife, Sawyer's letter, Charlie's guitar, Mr. Eko's club as well as other key props, costumes and set pieces from the first five seasons of LOST will be on display at Comic Con.

      Profiles in History President, Joseph Maddalena: "Profiles in History is thrilled to be holding the Lost Auction. Lost is one of the most iconic TV shows ever created, and we are working in conjunction with ABC to offer fans from around the world an opportunity to own a memento of this amazing show. This is a once in a lifetime auction event that will celebrate one of the most beloved shows in television history."

      Source: Monsters and Critics

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