Marilyn Monroe dress up for auction
A dress worn by Marilyn Monroe, a Harley-Davidson owned by Marlon Brando and slices of British royal wedding cakes will go up for auction this week at an annual two-day sale of memorabilia in Beverly Hills, California.
Julien’s Auctions holds its annual Hollywood Legends Auction on June 26-27, which this year showcases a floral silk crepe dress worn by Monroe, expected to fetch $300,000-$500,000.
Fans of the British monarchy will have the chance to get their hands on several royal pieces, including an embellished Versace dress worn by the late Princess Diana as well as royal wedding cake slices, estimated in the $400-$600 range per piece.
Other items on offer include tunics worn by “Star Trek” cast members and a 1969 Harley-Davidson once owned by Brando, which is estimated at between $200,000 and $400,000.