TV

Typewriter, and other possessions of Hugh Hefner under the hammer

A typewriter that belonged to died last year, Playboy founder Hugh Hefner has Saturday on a two-day auction in Los Angeles 162.500 Us dollar (143.557 euros) to pay. With this device he wrote the articles for the first issue of the famous erotic magazine in 1953.

Additionally, there are several other personal objects of the issuer under the hammer. So brought a personal copy of the first Playboy-number 31.250 dollar. Also the famous red dressing gowns of “Lift” were popular: a fan had a whopping 41.600 dollar veil for a tailor-made jacket. Also went to a leather motorcycle jacket, a limousine, a jukebox, and even his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame under the hammer.

The proceeds from this auction will go to the Hugh M. Hefner Foundation, a foundation that civil rights and the freedom of speech maintains a high.

Hefner has in the United States and far beyond reputation as the founder of the famous blootblad Playboy. The first song, with a naaktkalender of Marilyn Monroe, was a shot in the rose. Of the first number were more than 50,000 copies sold. The publisher died in september 2017 at the age of 91.

Leave a Comment