Hugh Hefner’s trade­mark black pa­ja­mas to hit auc­tion block

The Philippine Star - - WORLD -

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.


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