Following a trial, the value of Johnny Depp's 'Edward Scissorhands' props has doubled.

Johnny Depp's net worth has skyrocketed following his spectacular defamation trial with ex-wife Amber Heard.

After his high-profile court victory earlier this month, the 59-year-famed old's prop hands from the 1990 Tim Burton blockbuster "Edward Scissorhands" brought in double their estimated monetary value.

TMZ said Wednesday that the scissor hands Depp wore in the film's title role sold for $81,250, nearly twice the price memorabilia experts predicted they would fetch at auction.

Propstore, an auction house that specialises in cinematic artefacts, had stated that the sale will begin on June 21 and last until the end of this week. Other items available for auction in the near future include Depp's motorcycle from the 1990 John Waters campfest "Cry-Baby."

GWS Auctions has set the starting bid for the 1955 Harley-Davidson Model K at $250,000.

The latest auction also featured Marvel's "Thor" hammer, which sold for an eye-popping $162,500, as well as Tom Hanks' famed Wilson ball from "Cast Away."

That prized commodity went for an eye-popping $187,500. Meanwhile, a jury awarded Depp $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive penalties against his ex-wife Amber Heard.