Fand of late Irish actress Maureen O'Hara have a chance to snap up some of her prized personal belongings this weekend at a sale in the US.
Dozens of items, including designer clothing, perfume, and dolls she had collected throughout her life, go on sale tomorrow in Boise, Idaho - where the Hollywood icon spent the last few years of her life.
This sale kicks off tomorrow, Friday, August 17, on what would have been The Quiet Man star's 98th birthday, and will run until August 19.
Dublin-born O'Hara's possessions have been auctioned off twice before - at separate auctions in Ireland and in New York in 2016, both which attracted a host of wealthy bidders.
At the Bonhams, New York auction three years ago a cache of secret love letters, which were sent to the flame-haired actress from the smitten The Quiet Man director, John Ford, proved the top attraction, fetching over $75,000.
Almost all of the intimate, never-before-seen letters - which infatuated Ford wrote in the months before shooting of the award-winning picture began in Cong, Co. Mayo, in 1951 - were still in their original envelopes.
However, items from this weekend's sale - including shoes, purses and handbags which belonged to the actress - are expected to attract more modest prices, ranging from $5 to $1,000.
Speaking to the Idaho Statesman, Marcia Schaumburg, who is running the sale at Ricochet Home Consignment, said: "It's really something special for the community. It was her grandson's [Conor FitzSimmons] idea. He wanted people here in Boise to have a glimpse of her past life."
“It was her grandson’s idea. He wanted for people here in Boise to have a glimpse of her past life.” https://t.co/JBuORuslsd— Idaho Statesman (@IdahoStatesman) August 16, 2018
Some of the screen legend's iconic outfits and ball-gowns have been donated by her family to the Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum in Co. Limerick, where a new wing was recently built to house her collection, including her honorary Oscar.
The screen icon, who starred in 64 movies from 1939 onwards and who was awarded a long overdue honorary Oscar in 2014, was 95 when she passed away peacefully in her sleep in Boise, Idaho, in 2015.
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