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    George Sanders "Mr. Freeze" helmet from Batman. (TCF-TV, 1966-68) Vintage original helmet constructed of cast fiberglass shell with rivet details, accordion neck portion, short aluminum peaked breastplate and hinged flip-visor with a transparent bubble visor, now amber from age. The helmet surfaces are expertly painted in metallic silver. Interior lined with carved soft foam for fit and comfort of wearer. From the mod and madcap 1960s Batman TV series, this "Mr. Freeze" helmet was worn in episode "Instant Freeze", starring "Mr. Freeze" in the first appearance of that character in the series. Exhibiting scuffing to silver paint, scratching to bubble dome of visor, interior foam padding is supple and intact. In production-used vintage good to very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2019
    17th Tuesday
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