Most of the props seem to come from the recently concluded Battlestar Galactica series and a slew of Marvel films, plus the odd space suit, plasma rifle or alien leg here and there.
I found the actual "content" of the note cards from the ending of Iron Man particularly entertaining. I wonder if Robert Downey Jr. insisted on writing Tony's speech himself (because we all know how gung-ho he can get about staying in character) or if the prop people really were just that exhausted.
Also, who knew Tony's Dad was so important a parkway was named after him?
Wait a second. Art Asylum did.
Too many of the BSG props stand out for me, though I do find myself oddly drawn to the Book of Pythia (poor, poor Elosha), the coin of the realm (er, Twelve Colonies) and Boomer and the Chief's photos for a wedding I guess that never was. (Hope I didn't spoil too much. I still have to watch all the episodes that came after "Maelstrom.")
I know geek consensus by now goes that the Fantastic Four movies were a big heaping pile of head-scratching nonsense, but is it incredibly weird of me that I always found