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Marilyn Monroe's Personal Leather Belt.         From the 1999 Christie's Auction, The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe, a soft leather belt in brown, ornamented with gold tone fleur-de-lis and French coat of arms.

From the 1999 Christie's Auction, The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe, a soft leather belt in brown, ornamented with gold tone fleur-de-lis and French coat of arms.

MM – Personal: From the Private Archive of Marilyn Monroe  by Lois Banner

MM – Personal: From the Private Archive of Marilyn Monroe by Lois Banner

Marilyn's Pucci wardrobe, on display at Christie's prior to the   1999 Auction "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe."

A collection of Marilyn's 'Emilio Pucci' clothing from "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe" ~ Christie's, New York

Lot n°337 : Black wool béret owned by Marilyn Monroe. Label reads: “Genuine Beret Basque 100% wool Made In France.” PROVENANCE Lot 116 "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe.

Julien's Auctions 06/2008 - accessoires - Divine Marilyn Monroe

Lot : Black wool béret owned by Marilyn Monroe. Label reads: “Genuine Beret Basque wool Made In France.” PROVENANCE Lot 116 "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe.

Lot 112: Marilyn Monroe Jaquet translucid foundation, contained in the original box and accompanied by product information pamphlet. From The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe.

Marilyn Monroe Jaquet translucid foundation, contained in the original box and accompanied by product information pamphlet. From The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe.

Compact with lipstick and mirror owned my Marilyn Monroe

Compact with lipstick and mirror owned my Marilyn Monroe

Lot 284: An evening bag in a silver and gold Indian-style pattern. From the personal property of Marilyn Monroe.

Lot An evening bag in a silver and gold Indian-style pattern. From the personal property of Marilyn Monroe.

Two fire-engine red matador-style hats accented with red and fuchsia sequins worn by Marilyn and Jane Russell in the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953. The scene was cut from the final film. The first "1-25-4-4294 M. Monroe A698-67" and the second "1-25-4-4293 J. Russell A-98-66".

Julien's Auctions 06/2008 - accessoires - Divine Marilyn Monroe

Two fire-engine red matador-style hats accented with red and fuchsia sequins worn by Marilyn and Jane Russell in the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, The scene was cut from the final film. Monroe and the second J.

Lot 279: Two pairs of glasses (major losses and corrosion to one pair) including one prescription, the other sunglasses (partial) together with two black satin coin purses. Also present is a Christie's tag as these items were originally intended to be sold there in 1999. From the personal property of Marilyn Monroe.

Lot 279: Two pairs of glasses (major losses and corrosion to one pair) including one prescription, the other sunglasses (partial) together with two black satin coin purses. Also present is a Christie's tag as these items were originally intended to be sold there in 1999. From the personal property of Marilyn Monroe.

249: MARILYN MONROE HAIR BRUSHES AND COMBS : Lot 249 A group of six plastic and wood hairbrushes and two plastic combs. Also present are two Christie's tags as these items were originally intended to be sold there in 1999.

MARILYN MONROE HAIR BRUSHES AND COMBS : Lot 249 A group of six plastic and wood hairbrushes and two plastic combs. Also present are two Christie's tags as these items were originally intended to be sold there in

A Marilyn Monroe owned vintage black evening bag, decorated with colorless bugle beads. The bag was originally part of the contents of a large wooden trunk, which Marilyn packed herself when she moved the last of her things out of the Roxbury, Connecticut home she shared with husband, Arthur Miller. This piece was originally part of a lot that sold at Christie's in 1995.

A Marilyn Monroe owned vintage black evening bag, decorated with colorless bugle beads. The bag was originally part of the contents of a large wooden trunk, which Marilyn packed herself when she moved the last of her things out of the Roxbury, Connecticut home she shared with husband, Arthur Miller. This piece was originally part of a lot that sold at Christie's in 1995.

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