A Marilyn Monroe collection, which includes film-worn costumes from roles that helped establish Monroe as an icon, is starring in its own public exhibitions before selling in November.
After stopping for roast beef sandwiches, at the Tic Toc Café, in Bowling Green, Mo. in 1933, infamous outlaws Bonnie & Clyde each signed a 1923 silver certificate for payment of their meal. That Silver Certificate is the standout lot in an online auction, open for bidding now through March 1.
Leading all lots in Clars Auction Gallery's $1.6 million June 27-28, 2015 auction was a Chinese underglaze blue and white porcelain stick dragon vase. The vase sold for six times the high estimate, finishing at $426,000.
A collection photos of Marilyn Monroe, taken by Bert Stern during the historic 'Last Session' sold for a combined $80,000 at Heritage Auctions recently.
Many never-before-seen photographs of Marilyn Monroe, some formal, some fashionable, and some provocative, will be sold July 27 through Profiles in History, on Artfact.
More than 2,000 pieces of celebrity history are set for auction July 5 at Mecum Auctions, during its Celebrating the Legendary History of Hollywood sale.
Included in Julien's Auctions' Nov. 9-10 sale is one of the most iconic screen-worn dress in film history: Judy Garland’s blue gingham dress from “The Wizard of Oz.”