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    Chris Evans "Captain America" distressed vibranium stunt shield from Captain America: The First Avenger. (Marvel, 2011) Original studio distressed stunt shield constructed of cast rubber with leather straps and metal hardware on the verso, expertly studio painted to appear as distressed "vibranium". Measuring approx. 23.75 in. diameter x 3.75 in. width. Initially a prototype created by "Howard Stark" (Dominic Cooper) using the country's entire store of vibranium, "Steve Rogers" (Evans) ignores a lineup of new shields, instead choosing the unadorned prototype, finalizing his decision after "Peggy Carter" (Hayley Atwell) fires a gun from ten paces, and the bullets drop harmlessly to floor after being flattened. This version of the shield would have been used during the heavy battle scenes when "Cap" was under heavy fire. Exhibiting studio distressing and production wear. In very good to fine condition.

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    December, 2019
    17th Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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