• Gary Miceli

PROPS: full-size battle-damaged EM-208 robot from RoboCop

This is a full-size battle-damaged EM-208 robot from José Padilha’s 2014 reboot of RoboCop, just a great piece. This is a piece of pure artistry. “This EM-208 is made of vacuum-formed plastic and resin components. The plastic components are filled with biscuit foam in order to add to the structural integrity of each piece. Additionally, wooden pegs are present, which join the arms to the body. The EM-208 has damage to its head in the form of a large hole, caused by a well-aimed shot from RoboCop. Numerous wires protrude from the hole in order to reveal the extent of the damage to the robot.” “This piece is presented on a bespoke stand, which enables the EM-208 to be displayed in an upright position. The stand is made from metal poles attached to a wooden base. This piece shows some signs of wear from use, including markings on the back from being on the ground for filming, and is in fine overall condition. Dimensions (on stand): 90 cm x 90 cm x 185 cm (35 ½” x 35 ½” x 73”)”

This piece sold on September 20th, 2018 for $9,500 with the Propstore auction.


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