Farrah Fawcett’s Personal Items Being Auctioned
Ellisha Rader Mannering
Farrah Fawcett’s belongings are going up for sale. Personal items belonging to celebrities who have passed are often auctioned, but Fawcett’s items seem pretty ordinary in comparison to the belongings of other celebs. A few of her personal belongings that are being auctioned include her passport, credit card and her driver’s license.
While these items are not necessarily special or valuable, they do offer a peek into what Fawcett’s everyday life may have been like. Anyone who is fan of Farrah Fawcett will want to add these items to their collections.
What makes these items so special is that many of them contain personal photos of Fawcett as well as her signature and handwritten notes. Her passport has a starting bid of $800 and is stamped with the names of places she traveled to between 1980 and 1985.
Another item in the auction is a movie script from the film Burning Bed. Alongside the script are notes that Fawcett wrote herself. Her driver’s license contain a photo of Fawcett and was the last one issued to her before her death.
All of the items in the auction were inherited and listed by Fawcett’s nephew Gregory Walls. Walls said that he wanted Fawcett’s fans to be able to have a little piece of her and felt that auctioning her personal items was a great way to make that happen. The items are listed with Heritage Auctions.