BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (KABC)– The Betty White memorabilia auction, held in Beverly Hills over the weekend, raised a whopping $4 million.
According to Julien’s Auctions, the best-selling item was White’s director’s chair from the set of ‘Golden Girls’, which sold for $76,800 – 76 times the original estimate.
Scripts from the pilot and final episode of the popular TV show have sold for more than $50,000.
Additionally, White’s sapphire and diamond ring worn on the Mary Tyler Moore show sold for $32,000.
The beloved comedienne passed away in December 2021. She lived to be 99 years old.
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