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Julien's Auctions 'Icons & Idols' salutes world leaders and legends

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LOS ANGELES, CA.- Julien’s Auctions has announced its highly anticipated event Icons & Idols: Hollywood and More to take place on November 17, 2017 at their pop up auction gallery 805 North La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA and live online. This November’s event offers an unparalleled selection of pieces by leaders and legends, who commanded and transformed the worlds of arts, entertainment, science, politics and history, as well as a number of never-before-seen, auction firsts including the largest costume collection amassed of one of Hollywood’s greatest screen stars, a Nobel Prize medal, a Presidential rocking chair and a wedding cake souvenir from the 45th President of the United States.

One of the most iconic and enduring entertainers of all time, Judy Garland‘s remarkable life and career during Hollywood’s Golden Age was marked by triumphs and tragedy. Loved by millions and generations of fans around the world, her beauty and brilliance continues to burn bright among her legions of admirers, including Michael Siewert, one of the world’s foremost authorities on Judy Garland, who brings his outstanding collection of over 70 of her personal and professional items for the first time to auction. This collection is comprised of her extraordinary and historic film costumes, props, signed contracts and checks, photographs, scripts, jewelry and a piece of luggage Garland used as she traveled on a Cunard ocean liner in the late 1940s. Highlights include: a petal pink turn-of-the-century slip worn by Garland in Meet Me in St. Louis (estimate: $3,000-$5,000) along with the red velvet ball gown she donned while singing “Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas" in the 1944 iconic holiday moment in the film (estimate: $4,000-$6,000); a dress worn while performing "Born in a Trunk" in her 1954 Academy Award,winewine

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