Over 750 pieces created for the axed Netflix shows, which were each based on Marvel comic books, will be offered up to fans during Prop Store's two-day sale, which will take place this August.
"Marvel created ground-breaking television with the shows featuring their 'Street Level Heroes,' including 'Daredevil', 'Luke Cage' and 'Iron Fist'," Prop Store chief Chuck Costas shares in a statement.
"The shows were true to their comic book roots, and fans can now celebrate these shows and appreciate the art that went into creating them by owning a real piece of their production."
The auction will be held in association with Marvel Entertainment bosses, with marketing and communications executive Mike Pasciullo adding, "The props and costumes created for these series are the living embodiment of the comics come to life."
"We're happy to work with Prop Store to give fans this unique opportunity to own authentic iconic mementos that were used to create these beloved Marvel shows."
"Daredevil", starring Charlie Cox, "Luke Cage", featuring Mike Colter, and Finn Jones' 'Iron Fist' were officially scrapped by Netflix bosses last year (18), while another Marvel TV adaptation, "The Punisher", has since also been cancelled by streaming service officials.
It's likely Krysten Ritter's "Marvel's Jessica Jones", the only Marvel production remaining at Netflix, will also be dropped, as Disney executives, who own Marvel, are preparing to launch their own rival streaming service.
Prop Store, in association with Marvel Entertainment, is proud to announce the MARVEL TELEVISION LIVE AUCTION.https://t.co/LemXHjagOb— Prop Store (@propstore_com) March 21, 2019
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The third season of "Marvel's Jessica Jones" has yet to air.