Val Kilmer auctions off treasures including shirt he wore in Forever

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Fans have a new opportunity to grab their little piece of Val Kilmer history.

The 59-year-old is offloading some of his memorabilia by way of Celebrity Authentics Auctions, where online absentee bidding is already open.

Items on offer include a striped black shirt that Val memorably wore while playing the title superhero in the 1995 movie Forever.

Grab it now: Val Kilmer is offloading some of his memorabilia by way of Celebrity Authentics Auctions , where online absentee bidding is already open

Grab it now: Val Kilmer is offloading some of his memorabilia by way of Celebrity Authentics Auctions , where online absentee bidding is already open

A dashing photo of Val in character as his character Iceman in the 1986 movie Top Gun, directed by the late Tony Scott, is also one of the lots. 

He is also getting rid of a custom hat from The Ghost In The Darkness, a 1996 thriller that earned him a Razzie nomination for Worst Actor.

Val has signed a letter of authenticity vouching for the hat, which by Monday afternoon had already received a $510 bid.

A signed custom replica of the black hat he wore in Tombstone had also been bid on by Monday afternoon, in this case to the tune of $230.

Vintage: Items on offer include a striped black shirt that Val memorably wore while playing the title superhero in the 1995 movie Batman Forever

Vintage: Items on offer include a striped black shirt that Val memorably wore while playing the title superhero in the 1995 movie Forever

Throwback: Val is seen playing Bruce Wayne in Batman Forever alongside Nicole Kidman, who played his psychiatrist love interest Chase Meridian

Throwback: Val is seen playing Bruce Wayne in Forever alongside Nicole Kidman, who played his psychiatrist love interest Chase Meridian

This hat also has a letter of authenticity, and on the inside there is a picture of Val in character as Doc Holliday, a real life figure of the Wild West.

Doc Holliday became an icon for his involvement in the legendary 30-second Gunfight At The O.K. Corral, which is depicted in the film Tombstone.

Val is not just selling off his movie memorabilia, but is also including some artifacts from his other various artistic pursuits.

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