An Oscar awarded to art director Joseph C Wright for his work on My Gal Sal (1942) will auction at Nate D Sanders with a minimum bid of $85,000.
The sale will close on July 31.
Wright worked on some of the biggest musicals of the era including Porgy and Bess, Oklahoma and Guys and Dolls - receiving 12 Academy Award nominations throughout his career.
The consignor clearly has high hopes of making a nice profit from the award - he bought it for $79,200 at Briarbrook Auctions on Rhode Island just last week (June 23).
In April of this year, an Oscar presented to cinematographer Gregg Toland for his work on a 1939 adaptation of Wuthering Heights made $155,000 - also at Nate D Sanders.
An award presented to Hungarian-American actor Bela Lugosi for successfully weaning himself off opiates starts at $18,000.
The lot features a plaque on the front that reads ''To / Bela Lugosi / For Meritorious Achievement Which Proves / 'Life Is What You Make It' / Awarded by Kings Men''.
Lugosi (1882-1956) became addicted to morphine and methadone while being treated for sciatica during the late 1930s. He eventually sought treatment in 1955 - although by this time his career was in ruins.
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