Betty White’s Personal Items To Be Auctioned Off
(StraightNews.org) – For 80 years, Betty White stole the hearts of Americans as she appeared on shows like “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Hot in Cleveland,” and “The Golden Girls.” However, her time drew to a close on December 31, 2021, when she suffered complications after a stroke. Now, though, anyone can try their shot at owning a piece of her legacy as many of her personal belongings are going to auction.
Starting on Friday, September 23, Julien’s Auctions Beverly Hills will begin auctioning 1,500 different items from White’s life. The actress, who never had any biological children, sent a variety of her memorabilia to be sold, including handwritten notes, framed art, unique furniture pieces, signed scripts, and multiple gowns and dresses worn at numerous awards shows.
Eight decades of memorabilia from the extraordinary life of Betty White will be up for auction this weekend by Julien's of Beverly Hills.
Over 1,500 of her personal items, including clothes, awards, furniture and scripts will go to the highest bidders. pic.twitter.com/Y4A1UpJLA2
— KTVN 2 News (@KTVN) September 20, 2022
Other items included in the auction are gold-leaf designed wedding bands from White’s marriage to Allen Lunden, a mahogany baby grand piano, and her original director chair for “The Golden Girls.” Altogether, the lot is estimated to be worth around $2 million, although many believe the items will add up to much more in the end.
While people will now outbid each other to get a piece of White’s legacy, she will certainly live on as one of the most hilarious and witty women to grace the television screen in this century.
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