When Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher both tragically passed away a little over a year ago, many fans were heartbroken. But a new opportunity could allow those fans to keep a piece of the two famed actresses in their lives forever.
The estate of Reynolds and Fisher are being auctioned off by McManus Auction House in Las Vegas. This is particularly notable because Reynolds is one of the most famous collectors of movie memorabilia ever. She’s been in the Guinness Book of World Records for her collection and has owned things such as dresses belonging to Marilyn Monroe to a robe belonging to Elizabeth Taylor.
Here’s a list of some of the most interesting items up for auction from the estate:
Marilyn Monroe Necklace Worn in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Starting price: $4,500)
Sealed Script From Return of the Jedi (Price: $2,200)
Boba Fett Autographed Helmet (Price: $2,200)
Alec Guinness’ Uniform from Bridge on the River Kwai (Price: $2,000)
Wax Hands Used During Filming Planet of the Apes (Price: $600)
Sword Used During the Filming of Ben Hur (1925) (Price: $700)
There are plenty of more options available, including personal items belonging to Fisher and Reynolds. There’s also a ton of Star Wars memorabilia, which should appeal to fans everywhere.
The money made from the auction will help set up the Debbie Reynolds Performing Arts Scholarship at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas. You can check out the full list of items being auctioned off here.