A pair of Jeans worn by Hollywood star, Eric Bana in the famous Australian film ‘Chopper’ has been donated to raise funds through Lloyds Auctions Bushfire Relief Charity Auction.
This incredible piece of memorabilia which comes presented in a glass frame, will be sold with a Letter of Authenticity signed by Mr Bana himself.
Lloyds Chief Operations Officer, Lee Hames, has stated how blown away the whole team have been by the generosity from both the public and Australian celebrities.
“The amount of support from the public, companies and also celebrities has been astounding and we are very grateful that we can assist to provide funds for people who have been affected by this terrible bushfire tragedy,” Mr Hames said.
“We are very excited to have in our possession a framed pair of jeans worn by Australian actor, Eric Bana, in the 2000 movie hit ‘Chopper’, with bidding now live on our website.”
“100% of funds raised through these series of auctions will be donated to the rural fire services as well as nominated charities, so we encourage anyone in a position to make a bid to do so, and help support these fellow Australians who are currently in need,” he said.
Bana’s jeans, along with other items from celebrities and athletes, have assisted in providing an exquisite range of rare and unique items, all of which can now be bid on through the Lloyds Auctions website.
Other items featured in the current Bushfire Relief Charity Auction include Jeff ‘Thommo’ Thomson’s Baggy Green Hat and Vest, a Megaboom Bipropellant Rocket Motor, and Argyle Pink Diamonds to name a few.
“The series of auctions have zero costs and zero fee’s, so if you have an item, experience or service you wish to donate please get in touch with our friendly team,” Mr Hames said.
“As these unprecedented bushfires tear through Australia, we want to help as many fire-affected lives as possible.”
Bidding for the Bushfire Relief Charity Auction is now live at www.lloydsauctions.com.au, or if you are able to donate an item or experience that people can bid on to raise vital funds, please call us on 1800 456 588.