At auction, Marilyn Monroe items, including her iconic polka-dot outfit, sold for £1 million.
At auction, a collection of Marilyn Monroe memorabilia, including some of her most renowned gowns, earned about £1 million.
Her final script for The Seven Year Itch (1955), replete with annotations, and a polka-dot clothing she wore in the film were among the items in the auction.
A £290,000 black and green lace blouse and black silk skirt from Bus Stop (1956) was the most expensive piece.
The pearl-encrusted gown Marilyn wore in 1957’s The Prince And The Showgirl sold for £113,000. A silk dress she wore to advertise the 1959 film Some Like It Hot sold for £86,000.
Heritage Auctions of Dallas, Texas, auctioned off the old items.