Princess Leia's iconic costume on the auction block

Credit: Sascha Steinbach/Getty Images

Credit: Sascha Steinbach/Getty Images

It is one of the most iconic costumes of the Star Wars saga, ranking almost as high as Darth Vader himself.

Now the most ardent "Star Wars" fan can own a piece of the epic movie's history - Princess Leia's slave costume from "Return of the Jedi," Reuters reported.

Yes, every fan's fantasy could soon come true, if they have enough money of course.

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More than 50 items will be up for sale during the Oct. 1 Profiles in History auction.

The props and other items are currently owned by people who were part of the films' productions, Reuters reported.

The cameras, scripts and even prototype Darth Vader helmets will only whet the appetites of "Star Wars'" biggest fans more than two months before the latest installment, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is released on Dec. 18.

The bikini is expected to bring in between $80,000 and $120,000.

A 16-inch model of the ship that carried Princess Leia, C-3PO and R2-D2 in the beginning of the original 1977 "A New Hope" is expected to bring in between $200,000 and $300,000, Reuters reported.