Han Solo’s ‘Star Wars’ Jacket is Up for Auction

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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Han Solo’s rakish leather jacket from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is on the auction block.

That means you, too, could soon be sporting the smuggler turned rebel leader’s trademark look.

But not for cheap. The current top bid for the jacket is $32,000, and the price is likely to rise. As Luke Skywalker once said: “We could almost buy our own ship for that!”

Bids will be accepted through April 11, according to San Francisco auction house If Only. Proceeds from the sale will benefit epilepsy research at NYU Langone Medical Center and FACES (Finding a Cure for Epilepsy and Seizures).

Harrison Ford, who played the captain of the Millennium Falcon in four of the “Star Wars” movies, autographed the jacket and donated it to the cause, according to the auction house.

Ford has previously participated in fundraisers for the NYU Langone Medical Center, where his daughter once received treatment.

“Nine years ago my daughter was admitted to NYU Langone to be treated for epilepsy, and she has not had a seizure since the day she left,” he said at a FACES fundraiser earlier this month.

Ford has been a movie star since 1977, when he starred in the first “Star Wars” film. He’ll be 77 when his other alter ego, Indiana Jones, appears in a fifth movie in 2019. Both franchises are owned by Walt Disney Studios.

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