Not sure if this has been posted (please move to somewhere else
or delete if that's the case), but one set of the Indy costume with some props will be on public display at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London from 20 September 2012 'til 27th January 2013. It's a rare opportunity to see the Fedora et al in person.
It's gonna be part of the V&A's Hollywood Costume
special exhibition curated by Deborah Nadoolman (who we owe the costume's creation in the first place) and Christopher Frayling (whose The Face of Tutankhamun
BBC book and documentary series is in my view a must-see).
Main Page - V&A "Hollywood Costume"
Info & Background - V&A "Hollywood Costume"
So that's another cool opportunity to see the costume this year, if travelling to the National Geographic Adventure of Archaeology Exhibition
) at CAC in Valencia
until 16 September 2012 isn't an option for you.
(I am still working hard to get to Valencia, hope I can make the arrangements happen)
Clothes are never a frivolity, they always mean something
James Laver (1899–1975), first Keeper of the V&A Theatre Collections