Items belonging to late Hollywood legend Lauren Bacall will go under the hammer next month (March15).
Hundreds of personal effects belonging to the actress will go on show at Bonham's in New York on Sunday (15Feb15) until Thursday (19Feb15) and will then be auctioned off.
Items include John James' famous painting the American White Pelican, which is expected to fetch $64,000 (£40,000), and a 16-carat gold bracelet, which is predicted to go for $24,000 (£15,000).
Other lots listed include a bronze figure of Bacall's first husband Humphrey Bogart as Sam Spade in film The Maltese Falcon, and artworks by Henry Moore, David Hockney and Noel Coward.
Bacall died at her home in New York last year (14) at the age of 89.
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