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If you’ve dreamed of owning a piece of “Star Wars” history, here’s your chance.
Harrison Ford has teamed with IfOnly to auction off the leather jacket he wore in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” with the proceeds benefiting the NYU Langone Medical Center and FACES (Finding a Cure for Epilepsy and Seizures). It’s signed by Ford and everything.
Pret-a-Reporter notes the cause is personal for the veteran actor, whose daughter suffers from epilepsy.
“I’ve been very impressed with the work NYU and the FACES team have done in the field of epilepsy research, and I hope this jacket will provide some means to further that exploration,” Ford said in a statement. “This is a cause that’s near and dear to me, and unlike the cynical Han Solo, I’ve got a good feeling about this.”
The auction kicked off last week with an opening bid of $15,000; it’s now up to $34,000. You have until April 11 to get in on the action, and help a good cause.