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The Treasures of Lauren Bacall

The late star’s most prized mementos are up for auction this month

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Artwork, prints, jewelry, furniture and more collectibles belonging to Oscar-winning actress Lauren Bacall will be auctioned this month by Bonhams New York.

The eclectic collection filled numerous homes the actress once owned, including a country house in Amagansett and a Manhattan apartment overlooking Central Park. Among the range are sculptures by Henry Moore, African art, Chanel jewelry and a steamer trunk that once belonged to Bacall’s first husband Humphrey Bogart. Price estimates for the pieces range from $500 to $75,000.

A preview of the items will take place at Bonhams’ Madison Avenue galleries between March 25 and March 30 followed by a two-day auction on March 31 and April 1. Click through the gallery above to see some of Bacall’s life possessions up for grabs and be sure to take advantage of this rare opportunity to own a relic from a bygone era. 

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