7 Coolest The Hunger Games Auction Items

The Hunger Games created quite a stir following its release; this post-apocalyptic drama is unarguably one of the most popular teen drama franchises today. The four movies in The Hunger Game series have managed to gross almost $1.5 billion in the box office worldwide. It is only natural that its memorabilia will be much sought after by movie fans. The Hunger Games is also a major source of gambling and generates a huge number of bets. The Indian sports betting sites have intuitively evaluated the revenue from this type of sportive games and have drawn a huge number of bettors to bet on. These are some of the trendiest and coolest auction items from the series:

  1. Hunger Games Peacekeeper Military Vehicle: These peacekeeper trucks have to be amongst the coolest Huger Games auction items as they symbolize the capitol’s military might in the films. These are constructed from Ford L-8000 single-axle trucks and have been customized for production purposes. There are 3 of these available for purchase; they are estimated to sell between $10,000 and $15,000.
  2. District 12 reaping bowl: This auction item is estimated to fetch between $100 and $1500 and while it may look like a regular bowl spherical in shape, it is actually the one that had been used during film-making where Effie Trinket who was the escort of District 12 tributes, picks out names of the tributes. This glass bowl is measured at 16.5×9 inches; it is filled with 100 and more “reaping tickets” that have been printed with the heroine’s sister’s name, Primrose Everdeen.
  3. “Katniss Everdeen” Mockingjay demand letter: This handwritten note is one of the coolest Hunger Games auction items that you could hope to own. It is the note that Katniss Everdeen, the protagonist, reads out to convey her demands to the bad guys in the Capitol. It is estimated to fetch around $300 and $500.
  4. District 12 hunting bow: This iconic longbow from the Hunger Games series is slated to fetch around $800 and $12000. It has been used by Katie Everdeen throughout the movie franchise; it was first spotted in her hunting trips in District 12 with Gale. The longbow, crafted from dark, stained wood, measures 59.75 inches.
  5. Tribute parade chariot: This has been one of the trendiest props from the movie that was later modified when it became part of its sequent, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”. It is estimated to be sold for around $200-$3000. The chariot is made from wood and fiberglass and has a metal frame.
  6. Katniss’s Black Chariot Ensemble: This had been worn by the heroine during the “Avenue of the Tributes” parade. This chariot ensemble in black is undeniably one of the costliest and symbolic attires that have been selected for this auction. This 3-piece outfit is estimated to fetch a price between $30,000 and $50,000. It comes in a black-colored snakeskin-patterned vinyl top having patent leather shoulder pads with black suede boots that are knee-high.
  7. Mockingjay graffiti-tagged board: This was used in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire movie and is expected to be sold for around $400-$600. This is perfect for movie fans that do not have too much space in their homes to accommodate the really large props used in the Hunger Games series. You can always collect these interesting graffiti boards and banners to decorate your room. This is made out of distressed corrugate plastic and the sign measures about 30×24 inches; it was used when rebels had been protesting against occupation of districts by the Capitol.