One of three of the BlasTech DL-44 blaster props used by Han Solo in the 1983 “Star Wars” film “Episode VI: Return of the Jedi” is being auctioned off, it’s been revealed.

The item, which is expected to fetch between $300,000 and $500,000, is up for grabs as part of the Hollywood Legends sale, which is set to take place in Las Vegas on June 23.

A description on the Julien’s Auction website reads, “This presentation at auction of one of the most iconic sci-fi weapons in the history of film comes upon the 35th anniversary of the film’s release and will highlight the exhibition and sale of the never before seen Collection of ‘The James L. Schoppe Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Production Archive.'”

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It continues, “Actor Harrison Ford as ‘Han Solo’ is seen using the blaster in many scenes throughout ‘Return of the Jedi’. This original production-used BlasTech DL-44 blaster prop weapon was custom made specifically for the film.”

“We believe this is one of four hero ‘Han Solo’ blasters made for and used in the film, the production created one ‘practical’ (blank fire) version and three ‘non-firing’ versions.”

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The auction comes as “Star Wars” enthusiasts prepare for the upcoming Han Solo standalone movie’s release on May 25.

Fans will also be in with a chance of getting their hands on the “Star Wars” lightsaber that was wielded by Obi-Wan Kenboi, with auction house Profiles in History announcing that the memorabilia would be on sale as part of the “Icons & Legends of Hollywood” auction, which is set to take place in Los Angeles between June 5-8.

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