• The fedora Harrison Ford wore in the second “Indiana Jones” movie was sold at an auction
  • The winning bid for the film prop was $300,000
  • It did not beat the record set by his fedora from the first “Indiana Jones” film

It appears Indiana Jones’ fedora is more than just a prized possession to the character as it managed to attract a hefty price tag at a recent auction.

Prop Store revealed Tuesday that the iconic hat that actor Harrison Ford wore for the “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” installment in the franchise sold for more than the $250,000 estimate during a recent auction in Los Angeles, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The movie prop from Lucasfilm was said to have been valued between $150,000 and $250,000, but the winning bid surpassed expectations as it reached the $300,000 mark. The winner was not named, however.

“Created by Herbert Johnson Hat Company, who also did the hats for ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark,’ the fedora was a slight update on the original film’s version. Costume designer Anthony Powell and assistant costume designer Joanna Johnston worked closely with Herbert Johnson on the update that incorporated a more tapered crown than the prior film,” the description for the item at the auction read.

The fedora was specially made for the second installment in the movie series in 1984. Auction organizers indicated in their description that the item remains to be in “excellent condition” with minimal signs of age and wear as it was stored in a “plastic hat box.”

But though the fedora fetched $300,000, it still wasn’t the most expensive hat worn by Ford in the “Indiana Jones” movies. The other fedora worn by the actor in “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” the first installment in the franchise, sold for more at about $500,000 during a 2015 bidding by the same auction house, the Prop Store.

The Prop Store is currently holding its three-day “Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction in Los Angeles: Treasures From Film And Television” event. The Indiana Jones fedora was sold on its first day on Tuesday.

The event features a number of interesting items from various classic films, including the sweater that Sigourney Weaver wore for her character Ellen Ripley in the 1992 “Aliens” film and the iconic blue suit and green shirt Mike Myers donned in the 1997 film “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery.”

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Actor Harrison Ford poses at the 17th Annual Hollywood Film Awards Gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., Oct. 21, 2013. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni