Clothing, jewelry, movie memorabilia, artwork, furniture and other items from the estate of American actress Betty White (1922-2021) will be auctioned off. The three-day auction is scheduled for September 2022, with Julians announcing the auction in Beverly Hills on Wednesday. More than 1,500 items include screenplays, award trophies, and furniture from White’s homes in the wardrobe, Brentwood and Carmel.
The auction house announced that the director’s chair from the set of the TV sitcom “Golden Girls” named “Betty” could fetch up to $ 5,000. A diamond-studded brooch worn regularly by White can cost up to $ 6,000.
During the voyage from New York to England in August, several parts of the luxury cruise ship Queen Mary 2 were to be on display. Presentations are also planned for museums in Chile and Ireland.
White died in Los Angeles on December 31, 2021, two weeks before her 100th birthday. The multiple Emmy Award winner is best known around the world for her role as Rose Nyland, an innocent widow on the sitcom “Golden Girls” that has aired in the USA since 1985. She has been in the film and television business for over 75 years, earning her a Guinness Book of Records record for the longest career TV entertainer. White has been married three times and has no children.
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