Marilyn Monroe’s name continues to have a lot of value, as she remains an icon for a lot of things in the world. While it has been almost 60 years since she passed away, there are many people who want her memorabilia. A lot of her personal items will be up for auction soon as well.

According to TMZ, Julien’s and TCM will be hosting a Marilyn collection as part of their upcoming Hollywood Legends auction. It will be on June 1st, which would have marked Monroe’s 96th birthday.

Fans will have to change to get a lot of things from her career, including Monroe’s handwritten notes and famous photographs, to costumes worn during movie roles and moments from her career.

The items up for auction include Marilyn’s beige heels, gold-tone earrings with crystal beads, and her bedazzled gown with headpiece that she wore during the 1954 musical “After You Get What You Want You Don’t Want It.” The outfit is expected to sell for $80K-100K.

Apart from that, a pair of sequin leotard costumes Marilyn and Jane Russell wore in the 1953 movie “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” are also expected to sell for $100K. In addition to that, a handwritten note from 1955 about her acting classes, which are estimated at $3K-$5K.

The items will be available online and in-person, in Beverly Hills. The auction will begin on Friday, July 15, and will last for the whole weekend. We’ll have to see how much all the aforementioned items will get sold for.

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