Profiles in History has announced the results of their Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds Personal Property Auction. The auction was held October 7th, 8th and 9th, 2017 in Los Angeles. The sale grossed over two million dollars.
The auction had items for collectors but also items for fans who want to own something special that belonged to Carrie or Debbie. Many of the smaller items sold for amounts far exceeding their estimates, like Carrie Fisher's personal "Princess Leia" LEGO-style mini figure that sold for $3,520 (pictured left), Carrie Fisher's SIGNED box of (30) unopened original 1st series Star Wars trading cards that sold for $3,520 and her George LucasSIGNED "Jawas" Christmas card that sold for $3,300 (pictured below).
Audrey Hepburn's signature Givenchy-designEd White organza gown worn in Sabrina sold for $204,000 (pictured right).
Carrie Fisher's "Princess Leia" personal hand-annotated shooting script from Star Wars: Episode V - The EMPIRE Strikes Back sold for $51,000.
All About Eve "Aged in Wood" hand-painted theater marquee poster sold for $48,000.
Mae West's fur-lined gown worn in Every Day's a Holiday sold for $48,000.
"The Rat Pack" nightclub performance tuxedos worn by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Peter Lawford and Joey Bishopsold for $44,800.
Francis Ford CoppolaAmerican ZoetropeMitchell Technovision R205 camera used to film Apocalypse Now sold for $44,800.
Joseph CottonUnderwood No. 5 typewriter used in Citizen Kane sold for $27,000.
Singin' in the Rain half-sheet poster SIGNED by Debbie Reynolds, Gene Kelly & Donald O'Connor sold for $11,400.
Carrie Fisher's lifesize "Princess Leia" statue in classic British telephone box sold for $10,800.
Carrie Fisher's personal on-set director's chair from Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi sold for $10,240.
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope first printing Style A 1-sheet poster SIGNED by George Lucas and Carrie Fisher sold for $6,400.
Before the auction began, the Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio sold for $6.1 million.
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