Ursa's Jumpsuit from Superman II Sells for $8,500 - Bleeding Cool

Ursa’s Jumpsuit from Superman II Sells for $8,500

Posted by June 6, 2018 Comment

Even more Profiles in History auction goodness to report on today, especially if you’re a fan of Superman.  There were several items listed in day two’s Icons & Legends of Hollywood that pertain to our favorite last son of Krypton, but one of the pieces from Superman II really caught my eye.

Namely, Sarah Douglas‘s Ursa costume from Superman II, even without those nifty patches she picks up during her time with Zod (Terrance Stamp). It just sold at auction for $8,500 (USD) — a steal, really.

The listing for the item reads:

795. Sarah Douglas “Ursa” jumpsuit from Superman II. (Warner Bros., 1981) Vintage original 1-piece jumpsuit of sheer black voile embellished with reflective black faux leather piping and with hook and eye front closure. Featuring revealing, plunging box neckline and with belt and piping at split sleeves and pant legs. An integral self belt joins with another belt that threads between pant legs. Retaining the internal Bermans & Nathans bias label printed, “Sarah Douglas 15153 Superman II”. Exhibiting very minor wear. In vintage fine condition. $3,000 – $5,000

There were other Superman items too; we’ll let you know what those go for.

(Last Updated June 6, 2018 3:35 pm )

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