The most iconic relics in cinema history are about to hit the auction block – The Ten Commandments.
The stone tablets once belonged to Hollywood icon Charlton Heston‘s treasure trove of keepsakes.
The late Heston played Moses in the 1956 Cecil B. DeMille classic The Ten Commandments.
Ironically, the props were given to the Sands Hotel in Atlantic City where they have been on display for years.
The auction house Profiles in History expect the tablets to garner up to $60,000.
The tablets were actually one of four used in the film — making them The Forty Commandments.