Hundreds of props, furniture and costumes from The Crown are up for auction.

The items from the Netflix series include a replica of the famous “revenge dress” worn by Diana, Princess of Wales.

Close to 450 props will be auctioned by Bonhams including replicas of the late Queen’s coronation robes and Diana, Princess of Wales’ leopard print swimsuit and Versace sunglasses, worn in the first instalment of the final season.

A custom-made replica of Diana’s so-called revenge dress is expected to fetch between £8,000 and £12,000.

Bury Times: A replica of Diana's revenge dress from The Crown will be auctionedA replica of Diana's revenge dress from The Crown will be auctioned (Image: Bonhams)

It was the dress she wore the same night the then-Prince of Wales confessed to infidelity on national television.

Other items to go under the hammer include a full-length ivory wedding dress and veil worn by Vanessa Kirby as Princess Margaret and the Number 10 Downing Street facade and front door, estimated to fetch between £20,000 and £30,000.

Also for sale is a replica of Buckingham Palace’s wrought iron gates, estimated at between £6,000 to £8,000, and a reproduction of the Queen’s Coronation carriage, which is expected to sell for between £30,000 and £50,000.

Further items from the Netflix series include the engagement ring worn by actress Emma Corrin as Diana and the royal blue crepe skirt suit with pussybow blouse she wore during the engagement announcement with Charles.

Bury Times: A reproduction of the Queen’s Coronation carriage will be auctionedA reproduction of the Queen’s Coronation carriage will be auctioned (Image: Bonhams)

Profits from the auction will go towards establishing The Crown Scholarship programme in partner with television company Left Bank Pictures at the National Film and Television School (NFTS) which has sites across the UK.

Over the next 20 years, the programme will support dozens of students attending the NFTS, helping them to receive specialised training in behind the camera craft specialisations from editing and composition to directing and production design.

More than 60 former NFTS students contributed to the Netflix show including in sound design, VFX, composition, art direction and editing.

When is the auction taking place?

A live sale will take place on Wednesday February 7, 2024 at Bonhams in London while an online auction is scheduled between January 30 and February 8 on the Bonhams website.

Part two of The Crown’s sixth season will be available to watch on Netflix from December 14, marking the end of the hit drama series.

Charlie Thomas, Bonhams UK group director for house sales and private and iconic collections, said: “The iconic costumes, props and set pieces from The Crown are extensively researched and made with truly impressive attention to detail by master craftspeople.

“Not only is this an incredible opportunity to own pieces from the landmark show, it is also the closest anyone can come to owning the real thing – be it the facade of 10 Downing Street or Princess Diana’s engagement ring.”

Jon Wardle, director of NFTS, said: “We are thrilled that future talent flowing from the National Film and Television School will benefit from the exceptional items generously donated by Left Bank Pictures and The Crown.

“Since its inception, the dedicated craftsmanship of over 60 NFTS alumni has been pivotal in bringing such an iconic series to life.”

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Andy Harries, chief executive of production company Left Bank Pictures and executive producer of The Crown, said: “Its huge global success has much to do with working with the best creative and production talent in this country, and we want to invest the profits of this magnificent auction into the next generation of film and TV talent.

“The NFTS has been part of The Crown’s history from the start with many of its graduates contributing to the production of the show over the years.

“I have long admired the ethos and training of the school and supported it personally.

“So I am thrilled that the legacy of The Crown will be to provide so much financial support for so many students at the NFTS over the next few decades.”