Psst: Everything You Could Want From Netflix’s ‘The Crown’ Is Up for Sale

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Live Like a Queen After This 'The Crown' Auction Alex Bailey/Netflix

Since its debut in November 2016, Peter Morgan’s The Crown held court over our streaming habits for six jubilant—and often turbulent—seasons that chronicled the historic reign of Queen Elizabeth II, from her wedding to Philip in 1947 and a succession of prime ministers, to her “annus horribilis” in 1992, to the events leading up to Diana’s fatal accident in 1997. A crowning achievement (pun intended) for Netflix, the show wove nearly 60 years of royal history into as many episodes, garnering 21 Primetime Emmy awards. At the denouement of the series, the production team is offering those going through The Crown withdrawal one final brush with the series.

Now you can have any number of monarchical mementos from the production, as Bonhams London is offering almost 480 lots across two monumental sales. The Crown Auction is split between a live sale at the auctioneer’s New Bond Street location on February 7 and an online sale that ends the following day. No matter your budget or space constraints, there’s definitely something for every fan of the series.

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A reproduction of the Gold State Coach, seen in season 3, is expected to fetch between $38,000 and $63,000.Courtesy Bonhams

Top lots in the live sale include a replica of the coronation ceremonial garments—including the Imperial mantle and stole, supertunica, anointing gown and robe of state ($26,000– $38,000) worn by Claire Foy in episode 5 of the first season; a reproduction of Saint Edward’s chair ($13,000–$26,000) from the same episode; a reproduction of the gold state coach ($38,000–$64,000), seen in seasons 3 and 6; and a replica of the Number 10 Downing Street facade ($26,000–$38,000) that appeared throughout the series.

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A replica of the Coronation ceremonial garments, worn by Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II, is estimated to go for $26,000 to $38,000.Courtesy Bonhams

With more than 300 lots, the online sale includes replica gates from the Buckingham Palace exterior set ($7,600–$10,000), a ballgown ($5,100–$7,000) worn by Foy in season 1, and the parquetry and gilt metal mounted cylinder bureau in the Louis XVI style ($2,500–$3,800) used by Foy, Colman, and Staunton as the Queen beginning in season 2. Other lots between the two sales count a wide array of furnishings and decorative props and a vast number of cast-worn ensembles, as well as a 1987 Jaguar XJ-SC 3.6-liter Cabriolet ($19,000–$25,000) driven by Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana.

Proceeds from the live auction benefit the establishment of the Left Bank Pictures—The Crown Scholarship program at the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield, England.

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