Edward Scissorhands: The fake hands used by Johnny Depp double in value after the trial

The fake hands used by Johnny Depp while filming Tim Burton’s Edward Scissorhands doubled in value after the actor won the libel trial.

The market value of the fake hands used by Johnny Depp while filming Edward scissor hands is skyrocketing: the price of the prop has literally doubled, after the libel trial against ex-wife Amber Heard filed and won by the actor.

Johnny Depp in the movie ‘Edward Scissorhands’

The iconic prop hands worn by the 59-year-old of Tim Burton’s 1990 classic, following his court victory earlier this month, sold for $ 81,250, which is double the price that memorabilia experts reportedly estimated. TMZ.

Propstore, an auction company specializing in collectibles, had previously announced that the sale would start on June 21 and run through the end of this week. Other collectibles that will be auctioned in the coming days also include Depp’s motorcycle from John Waters’ 1990 film “Cry-Baby”: GWS Auctions has set the opening bid at $ 250,000.

Promo photo of Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder from the movie 'Edward Scissorhands'

Promo photo of Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder from the movie ‘Edward Scissorhands’

Thor’s hammer was also sold during the recent auction, with a final bid of $ 162,500, and the legendary Tom Hank ball used on the set of “Cast away“, for a whopping $ 187,500. Meanwhile, Johnny Depp has been awarded $ 10 million in compensation from a Fariax court jury to be paid in full by his ex-wife Amber Heard.

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