Robin Williams' items for auction include Captain Hook sword, portraits of late actor
Sotheby's to auction items from Marsha and Robin Williams' collection
NEW YORK – Fans of the late comedian Robin Williams will be able to bid on hundreds of belongings he collected throughout his television and film career on Thursday, as well as art and other personal items.
Sotheby's in New York will host "Creating a Stage: The Collection of Marsha and Robin Williams," an auction that starts at 10 a.m. Thursday.
More than 300 hundred items are in the collection, including "film and entertainment memorabilia, including autographed scripts, awards, props and wardrobe associated with projects across Marsha’s and Robin’s careers," according to the auction house.
A portion of the proceeds will go toward charities that Williams and his wife of 20 years both supported. Some items will be sold to create the Robin Williams Scholarship Fund at the Juilliard School. Auction proceeds will also be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project, the Challenged Athletes Foundation and the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.
Sotheby's posted the lot on its website this week, with images of the one-of-a-kind items collected by the couple. Props, clothing, signed movie posters and Williams many awards are among the collection.
Here are a few items from Williams' most well-known film and television roles:
Captain Hook Sword
Dobbs for president buttons
Key to Keene, New Hampshire after filming Jumanji
Dead Poets Society crew vest
Never released Mrs. Doubtfire movie poster
Light-up shirt worn by Williams at the Academy Awards in March 2000
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