If you've ever wanted to own the original Rudolph the Red-nosed reindeer, there's a Los Angeles auction in November for that.\nThe original Rudolph and Santa puppets from the stop-motion classic "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" (1964) are being sold in an auction, Profiles in History announced.\nAnd although they are expected to sell for $150,000-$250,000 as a set, you can still get a look at this exclusive auction online.\nEditor's Choice: A Holiday Wonderland Made Up Of Literally Millions Of Lights Is Coming To Los Angeles\n\n\n2\n\n\niconic characters available\n\n\n\n \nFor a special look into the auction, you can view the official flipbook online, and pretend you're a Hollywood businessman looking to purchase some classic movie puppets for his personal collection.\nAnd if you'd like to register for the auction, to place a bid on one of these characters (because, perhaps, you ARE a Hollywood businessman looking for some new stop-motion characters), you can do that at the official auction site.\nThe puppets are constructed of wood, leather, yak hair (!!), wire, cloth, and — most importantly — holiday nostalgia.\n View this post on Instagram We are incredibly honored to announce our Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Auction featuring the original screen used "Rudolph" and "Santa" stop motion puppets from the 1964 holiday classic! 🦌🎅🏻 Beautifully crafted by Japanese puppet maker, Ichiro Komuro, the exceedingly rare, screen-used stop motion puppets are the only examples from this multi-generational holiday classic film we have ever encountered. The characters have reached iconic status permeating pop culture in the 50+ years since its original airing. The show continues to air annually during the holidays and is hailed as a classic. As a set, they are projected to go for $150,000-$250,000! A post shared by Profiles in History (@profilesinhistory) on Oct 17, 2020 at 12:15pm PDT\n\nThe Hollywood memorabilia dealer is also selling a gigantic Godzilla head this November, as well as simply a foot.