Betty White’s personal property to be auctioned off in Beverly Hills this week

Betty White’s personal property including jewelry, gowns, home furnishings, and awards to be auctioned off in Beverly Hills

The late great Betty White’s personal property – estimated to be worth around $2M – will be auctioned off this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at Julien’s Auctions Beverly Hills.

Among the 1,500 lots of the national treasure’s belongings includes her jewelry, gowns, home furnishings, artwork, awards, scripts, and other memorabilia left at her homes in Brentwood and Carmel.

Golden Girls fans can bid on Betty’s original director chair and the series finale scripts signed by her, Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Estelle Getty, and guest star Leslie Nielsen.

Going, going, gone! The late great Betty White's personal property - estimated to be worth around $2M - will be auctioned off this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at Julien's Auctions Beverly Hills

Going, going, gone! The late great Betty White’s personal property – estimated to be worth around $2M – will be auctioned off this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at Julien’s Auctions Beverly Hills

The Mary Tyler Moore Show fans can try to nab a framed picture of the entire cast with a plaque engraved ‘Betty’ with a handwritten note from Mary Tyler Moore and Grant Tinker.

Julien’s Auctions has White’s Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement award, her 1994 Television Academy Hall of Fame award, and her 2015 People’s Choice Award for ‘Favorite Icon.’

There are also more personal items from the eight-time Emmy winner’s 18-year marriage to third husband Allen Lunden, such as their gold leaf design wedding bands.

There’s several gowns up for auction including Betty’s black-and-gold Mignon dress she wore to the Emmy Awards in 1989 as well as her taupe lace-and-satin dress she wore to the Emmy Awards in 1990.

Sneak peek: Among the 1,500 lots of the national treasure's belongings includes her jewelry, gowns, home furnishings, artwork, awards, scripts, and other memorabilia left at her homes in Brentwood and Carmel

Sneak peek: Among the 1,500 lots of the national treasure’s belongings includes her jewelry, gowns, home furnishings, artwork, awards, scripts, and other memorabilia left at her homes in Brentwood and Carmel

Golden Girls fans can bid on Betty's original director chair from the set

There's also a series finale script signed by her, Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty

Treasures: Golden Girls fans can bid on Betty’s original director chair and the series finale script signed by her, Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty

Mementos: The Mary Tyler Moore Show fans can try to nab a framed picture of the entire cast with a plaque engraved 'Betty' with a handwritten note from Mary Tyler Moore and Grant Tinker

Mementos: The Mary Tyler Moore Show fans can try to nab a framed picture of the entire cast with a plaque engraved ‘Betty’ with a handwritten note from Mary Tyler Moore and Grant Tinker

Prized possessions: Julien's Auctions has White's Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement award, her 1994 Television Academy Hall of Fame award (pictured in 2010), and her 2015 People’s Choice Award for 'Favorite Icon'

Prized possessions: Julien’s Auctions has White’s Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement award, her 1994 Television Academy Hall of Fame award (pictured in 2010), and her 2015 People’s Choice Award for ‘Favorite Icon’

White left behind a 14-karat gold Adams watch engraved with the initials of her beloved mother Tess, as well as the flashier 14-karat gold necklace featuring an aquamarine sapphire gem pendant and Van Cleef & Arpels gold flower brooch with diamond and blue sapphire details.

The blonde funnywoman famously mimed playing piano as Rose Nylund, but she did own an early 20th century Wm. Knabe mahogany baby grand piano complete with bench filled with sheet music.

Los Angeles fans can check out Betty’s entire exhibition, free of charge, now through Thursday at 11am-5pm in Julien’s Auctions Beverly Hills.

His engraved band: There are also more personal items from the eight-time Emmy winner's 18-year marriage to third husband Allen Lunden, such as their gold leaf design wedding bands

His engraved band: There are also more personal items from the eight-time Emmy winner’s 18-year marriage to third husband Allen Lunden, such as their gold leaf design wedding bands

Fancy frocks: There's several gowns up for auction including Betty's black-and-gold Mignon dress she wore to the Emmy Awards in 1989 (pictured) as well as her taupe lace-and-satin dress she wore to the Emmy Awards in 1990

Fancy frocks: There’s several gowns up for auction including Betty’s black-and-gold Mignon dress she wore to the Emmy Awards in 1989 (pictured) as well as her taupe lace-and-satin dress she wore to the Emmy Awards in 1990

Home furnishings: White famously mimed playing piano as Rose Nylund, but she did own an early 20th century Wm. Knabe mahogany baby grand piano complete with bench filled with sheet music

Home furnishings: White famously mimed playing piano as Rose Nylund, but she did own an early 20th century Wm. Knabe mahogany baby grand piano complete with bench filled with sheet music

Free of charge! Los Angeles fans can check out the blonde funnywoman's entire exhibition now through Thursday at 11am-5pm in Julien's Auctions Beverly Hills

Free of charge! Los Angeles fans can check out the blonde funnywoman’s entire exhibition now through Thursday at 11am-5pm in Julien’s Auctions Beverly Hills

Split the collection in two: Betty's estate also sent the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, NY some of her other belongings including five of her eight Emmys, a Rose Nylund sweater, and an Elka Ostrovsky tracksuit from Hot in Cleveland

Split the collection in two: Betty’s estate also sent the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, NY some of her other belongings including five of her eight Emmys, a Rose Nylund sweater, and an Elka Ostrovsky tracksuit from Hot in Cleveland

White’s estate also sent the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, NY some of her other belongings including five of her eight Emmys, a Rose Nylund sweater, and an Elka Ostrovsky tracksuit from Hot in Cleveland.

On January 17, the #BettyWhiteChallenge raised $12.7M for local animal shelters and organizations in honor of her 100th heavenly birthday.

The passionate animal advocate – who never had biological children – died, age 99, on December 31, 2021 from a cerebrovascular accident six days after suffering a stroke.

Betty – last publicly seen January 16, 2020 – often joked she started out in ‘silent television’ having made her first appearance on the small screen in 1939.

Final photo taken December 20: White - who never had biological children - died, age 99, on December 31, 2021 from a cerebrovascular accident six days after suffering a stroke

Final photo taken December 20: White – who never had biological children – died, age 99, on December 31, 2021 from a cerebrovascular accident six days after suffering a stroke

Pioneer: Betty - last publicly seen January 16, 2020 - often joked she started out in 'silent television' having made her first appearance on the small screen in 1939 (pictured in 1954)

Pioneer: Betty – last publicly seen January 16, 2020 – often joked she started out in ‘silent television’ having made her first appearance on the small screen in 1939 (pictured in 1954)

Dipped: Throughout her impressive 80-year career, White played memorable regular roles in CBS' The Mary Tyler Moore Show, NBC's The Golden Girls (pictured in 1987), and TV Land's Hot in Cleveland

Dipped: Throughout her impressive 80-year career, White played memorable regular roles in CBS’ The Mary Tyler Moore Show, NBC’s The Golden Girls (pictured in 1987), and TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland

Throughout her impressive 80-year career, White played memorable regular roles in CBS’ The Mary Tyler Moore Show, NBC’s The Golden Girls, and TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland.

The Los Angeles Zoo board member’s last acting gigs were voicing tiger teething ring Bitey White in Toy Story 4 as well as Sarah Vanderwhoozie in Trouble in 2019.

Betty last acted onscreen portraying Ms. Wilson in two episodes of Freeform sitcom Young & Hungry in 2017.

Gone but not forgotten: The Los Angeles Zoo board member's last acting gigs were voicing tiger teething ring Bitey White in Toy Story 4 (pictured) as well as Sarah Vanderwhoozie in Trouble in 2019

Gone but not forgotten: The Los Angeles Zoo board member’s last acting gigs were voicing tiger teething ring Bitey White in Toy Story 4 (pictured) as well as Sarah Vanderwhoozie in Trouble in 2019

Legend: Betty last acted onscreen portraying Ms. Wilson in two episodes of Freeform sitcom Young & Hungry in 2017

Legend: Betty last acted onscreen portraying Ms. Wilson in two episodes of Freeform sitcom Young & Hungry in 2017

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