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"The One Ring" master production prototype estimated at £50,000.<br />
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Lord of the bling...<br />
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Hobbit hero Frodo Baggins' ring and sword are among an incredible £1.5 million archive of props from the blockbuster Lord of the Rings films that has emerged for sale.<br />
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Dozens of the smash hit trilogy's most iconic costumes and props are up for grabs including Gandalf's staff, Sauron's helmet and Gimli's battle axe.<br />
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Fans of the films, adapted from the 1954 book by British author J.R.R. Tolkein, can also get their hands on prosthetic hobbit ears and feet.<br />
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Amazingly the props have been compiled by a Lord of the Rings enthusiast who has spent more than 10 years scouring the world for authentic memorabilia.<br />
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They are being sold by Julien's Auctions in Los Angeles on December 5.