If you want to own a piece of (fictional) royal history, now's your chance: Bonhams London is auctioning off props, sets, and costumes from all six seasons of .

"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 façade of 10 Downing Street or Princess Diana’s engagement ring," Charlie Thomas, Bonhams UK Group Director for House Sales and Private & Iconic Collections, said in a statement.

Among the items that will be up for auction include some of the royal drama's most famous costumes, like the recreation of , , and .

It's not just the costumes that will be up for auction, but various props and key pieces of The Crown set—including the world's only reproduction of the famed , and the show's version of .

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A reproduction of Queen Elizabeth’s coronation carriage, estimated to sell for £30,000 to £50,000.
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The show recreated Princess Diana’s famous engagement ring.
The auction will also feature behind-the-scenes items, like art created for the sets:
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Sketches for the design process for the creation of the Stamp Portrait featuring Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth.
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A portrait of Jared Harris as King George VI as seen in Season 5, Episode 3.
Or, if you're more into film paraphernalia, you can bid on items such as an autographed script—like of
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An autographed script for The Crown Season 6, Episode 10, "Sleep Dearie Sleep," estimate £400-600.

Proceeds from the live auction will go towards establishing a new scholarship for students at the National Film and Television School. "It has been a privilege for me and all at Left Bank Pictures to have been at the heart of The Crown," Andy Harries, Chief Executive of Left Bank Pictures and Executive Producer of The Crown, said in a statement. ";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 proceeds of this magnificent auction into the next generation of film and TV talent."

Harries added, "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."

For more information on the more than 450 costumes, sets, and props being sold as part of The Crown Auction, visit

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