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Betty White’s personal belongings will be auctioned in Beverly Hills this week

The personal belongings of the late great Betty White – valued at approximately $2 million – will be auctioned this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Julien’s Auctions Beverly Hills.

Among the 1,500 lots of National Treasure possessions are their jewelry, clothing, furnishings, artwork, awards, scripts and other memorabilia left at their homes in Brentwood and Carmel.

Golden Girls fans can bid on Betty’s original director’s chair and the series finale scripts signed by her, Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Estelle Getty and guest star Leslie Nielsen.

Fans of The Mary Tyler Moore Show can try to snag a framed picture of the entire cast with a plaque engraved with “Betty” and a handwritten note from Mary Tyler Moore and Grant Tinker.

Julien’s Auctions has won the White’s Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award, the 1994 Television Academy Hall of Fame Award, and the 2015 People’s Choice Award for “Favorite Icon.”

There are also other personal items from the eight-time Emmy winner’s 18-year marriage to third husband Allen Lunden, such as: B. her wedding rings in gold leaf design.

There are several dresses up for auction, including Betty’s black and gold mignon dress, which she wore to the 1989 Emmy Awards, and her taupe lace and satin dress, which she wore to the 1990 Emmy Awards.

White left behind a 14k gold Adams watch engraved with the initials of her beloved mother, Tess, and the more striking 14k gold necklace with an aquamarine and sapphire gemstone pendant and Van Cleef & Arpels gold flower brooch with diamond detailing and blue sapphires.

The blonde comedian is known to mimic the piano as Rose Nylund, but she owns an early 20th-century World Cup. Boy’s Mahogany Baby Grand Piano complete with bank filled with sheet music.

Los Angeles fans can view Betty’s entire exhibition for free at Julien’s Auctions Beverly Hills now through Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

White’s estate also sent some of her other belongings to the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, NY, including five of her eight Emmys, a Rose Nylund sweater, and an Elka Ostrovsky tracksuit from Hot in Cleveland.

On January 17th, the #BettyWhiteChallenge raised $12.7 million for local animal shelters and organizations in honor of her 100th Heavenly Birthday.

The passionate animal rights activist – who never had biological children – died of a stroke on December 31, 2021 at the age of 99, six days after suffering the stroke.

Betty – last seen publicly on January 16, 2020 – often joked that she got her start in “silent television” after first appearing on the small screen in 1939.

During her impressive 80-year career, White has had memorable regular roles on CBS’ The Mary Tyler Moore Show, NBC’s The Golden Girls and TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland.

The Los Angeles Zoo board member’s most recent appearances have been the voice of the tiger teether Bitey White in Toy Story 4 and Sarah Vanderwhoozie in Trouble in 2019.

Betty last appeared on screens in 2017 in two episodes of the freeform sitcom Young & Hungry as Ms. Wilson.

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