After a world record breakinhg year, Julien’s invites you to the most glamourous auction of the season. The 2015 Icons & Idols: Hollywood auction will be held on December 16, 2015 at the Julien’s Beverly Hills Gallery. The Icons & Idols: Hollywood auction includes collections from some of Hollywood’s most iconic names including a remarkable 2006 Maybach 57 Sedan owned by Elizabeth Taylor and Steve McQueen’s personally owned 1934 Harley Davidson. Highlights of the highly-anticipated auction include a Steve McQueen racing jacket worn during the Winter Sprint in March 1970, property from the personal and professional lives of Elizabeth Taylor, Judy Garland, Marlon Brando,Mia Farrow, Audrey Hepburn, Charlie Chaplin, Joan Crawford, original paintings by Katharine Hepburn, a special collection from the Estate of Joan Fontaine and the remarkable Marilyn Monroe among many others. Highlights include a collection of rare images of Monroe taken by Bruno Bernard and her 1956 signed certificate of conversion to Judaism upon her marriage to Arthur Miller. Gene Kelly’s iconic jacket from “Singin in the Rain,” Elizabeth Taylor’s wig from “Cleopatra,” Carroll O’Connor’s jacket from the legendary television show “All in the Family,” Julianne Moore’s “Big Lebowski” costume, original paintings by film actress Katharine Hepburn, Spectacles from the blockbuster “Harry Potter” and worn by Daniel Radcliffe and Mickey Rooney’s golf club are among more of the highlights.
Also included are props and costumes from acclaimed films and television series: The Ten Commandments, Singin’ In the Rain, Cleopatra, All in the Family, The Brady Bunch, The Carol Burnett Show, The Big Lebowski, and many more, a collection of photographs and scripts from the career of Hollywood Assistant Director Ad Schaumer active from 1928-1966. The scripts include some of the oldest Julien’s has ever offered and features one with comments from Darryl Zanuck about the film Under Two Flags.
Science Fiction fans will have the opportunity to bid on original costume design sketches from Star Trek: The Next Generation, Anakin Skywalker’s braid from Star Wars Episode II, a Dolph Lundgren Masters of the Universe costume and property from all of your other favorite universes.