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  • Lost Oceanic Flight fuselage to headline charity sale with $3,000 minimum bid
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    Paul Fraser
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Lost Oceanic Flight fuselage to headline charity sale with $3,000 minimum bid

A large section of wrecked fuselage of Oceanic Flight 815 from the hit TV series Lost is to cross the block in Blacksparrow Auctions' online charity sale.

The auction runs until September 27.

The lot carries a minimum bid of $3,000 and is constructed from part of a Lockheed L-1011.

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The section of fuselage originates from a Lockheed L-1011

The piece featured prominently in the series and measures 11ft tall by 9½ft wide. It displays the aircraft's logo and five windows.

It was originally sold in Profiles in History's official auction in 2010, where it achieved $9,000.  

Lost (2004-2010) was an enormously popular series that drew huge viewing figures and a devoted following to its blend of heavily stylised mysticism.

Its success provided a template for the recent glut of high budget cult TV series, including Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead.

Also offered is a polar bear head and claws, which were seen in the cave with Locke in season three's episode Further Instructions.

Proceeds from the sale, titled Cancer Get Lost, will benefit the American Cancer Society.

TV fans can check out our coverage of last year's Breaking Bad auction here.

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    Paul Fraser
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