Hugh Hefner’s trademark black pajamas to hit auction block
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) — Playboy founder Hugh Hefner’s trademark black silk pajamas and red smoking jacket are going up for sale as part of an auction of his belongings, including his complete set of Playboy magazines.
Julien’s Auctions on Friday said the sale would also include Hefner’s white captain’s hat, a custom 1974 Monopoly board game, including a Playboy bunny playing piece, his Playboy bunny logo cufflinks, 2016 passport and his Bible.
Hefner, who helped usher in the 1960s sexual revolution with his magazine and nightclubs, died in September 2017 at age 91. He left his property to his foundation, which is putting some of the items up for sale.