Sean Connery may be gone, but his favorite pistol lives on.
The late actor’s Walther P5 from his final James Bond flick highlights a treasure trove of Hollywood blockbuster movie memorabilia up for auction next month.
Along with the $100,000 heater from Connery’s final 007 star turn in the 1983 flick “Never Say Never Again,” the Bond memorabilia includes the Walther P99 used by Pierce Brosnan in “Tomorrow Never Dies” (1997), and a .38 Smith and Wesson carried by Brosnan in “Die Another Day.”
The cast resin scepter with steel core brandished by Daniel Radcliffe’s Harry Potter in 2005’s “Goblet of Fire” is expected to fetch up to $10,000. Potter props also up for bid include one of Snape’s sticks ($6,000 – $8,000) and a Hogwart’s wax seal acceptance letter envelope from 2001’s “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” ($8,000 – $10,000).
It will take more than a few fava beans to snap up the credentials of FBI trainee Starling, the heroine of the classic 1991 horror film “The Silence of the Lambs.” The scrappy Starling is tasked with picking the brain of the manipulative, incarcerated cannibal killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter in order to catch the sadistic serial slayer Buffalo Bill. Jodie Foster won her second Academy Award for her powerful portrayal. The badge and ID wallet is estimated to be worth $7,000.
For those who believe bad is good, there’s the three-piece pinstripe suit Al Pacino donned as coked-up drug lord Tony Montana in “Scarface,” which could score $80,000.
And for those with a stomach for scary sci-fi, a full-size Xenomorph costume designed by the Academy Award-winning surrealist artist and sculptor H.R. Giger from the 1979 sci-fi classic “Alien” is up for grabs and valued at $60,000.
“Long believed to have been lost and destroyed, this original translucent prototype (known as ‘Big Chap’) for the terrifying creature character was created for consideration by the film’s celebrated director Ridley Scott during the early stages of the film’s pre-production,” according to the auctioneer.
On the lighter side, Johnny Depp’s “Edward Scissorhands” gloves and Bill Murray’s “Space Jam” Air Jordan 2 trainers are also on the docket.
“Over 400 lots from the greatest box-office films and movie franchises of the past 50 years will star on the auction stage, many of which will be sold to the public for the first time,” touts the Beverly Hills-based Julien’s Auctions, which is staging the April 28-29 event.
Darren Julien, president and CEO of the auction house, told The Post the auction “has something for everyone” — even the Zippo lighter used by “Die Hard” New York City Detective John McClane (Bruce Willis) — and can be found on Julien’s Auctions.