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Updated: August 22, 2015

Featured here is the most famous Lost in Space tunic of the late actor Guy Williams who portrayed Professor John Robinson from 1965-1968. This is the first season tunic and was used for the first season only on the show. We all saw this tunic in black/white for the show went to color in it's second season. This teal green valour tunic with a red turtleneck and front square cotton front panel with a zipper down the front, with red and white trim. The costume has wear and color fading to the tunic. The costume was on display at "Planet Hollywood" for many years, and comes from Western Costumes in Hollywood. This item is being auction off through the Sotheby's Auction House in New York. A great piece from the show.

Also featured here is the complete costume worn by actor Guy William's. Easily the most important of all Lost in Space costumes. This blue velour tunic with red insert & pair of blue poly-cotton stirrup pants worn by Professor John Robinson in the original pilot film, & throughout the first season up to the episode "Ghost in Space".

Unlike any other Lost in Space costumes, it was also used in the second & third seasons when the script called for William's to fly in the Jet Pack. Since he flew the Jet Pack in the final episode "Junkyard in Space" this very ensemble was the only Lost in Space costume worn from the pilot through the entire series run! The tunic exhibits some minor fading from age, but overall both pieces remain in excellent condition.

Value: Tunic $5,000 Complete Costume $10,000.

(Photos & Text Courtsey of Profiles in History)

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