Bidding on a pair of Hefner's silk jammies starts at $2,000 ... not counting the dry-cleaning bill.
HUGH HEFNER ESTATE SALE IS ON
Fourteen months after he death, Playboy icon Hugh Hefner’s belongings have hit the auction block. Proceeds will benefit his civil liberties foundation. A VIP showing at Julien’s auction house kicked off yesterday, with a public auction tomorrow and Saturday scheduled.
The late 91-year-old’s daughter Christie Hefner and his widow Crystal will appear. Items include complete set of bound Playboy editions (estimated to draw up to $40,000), one of his iconic smoking jackets ($5,000), a pair of his silk pajamas ($2,000) and a 1946 coin-operated Wurlitzer jukebox that he programmed with two dozen original 78 rpm albums by artists like Artie Shaw, Johnny Mercer and Lena Horne ($20,000), according to The Hollywood Reporter.