Forbes: Amy Dobson
The late, beloved actor Robin Williams left behind not only an amazing canon of films and comedy routines, but also a pretty impressive collection of one-of-a-kind furniture, art, Hollywood memorabilia, and—not surprisingly since we’re talking about Robin Williams—a bunch of irreverent collections ranging from luxury watches to vintage bicycles to toys. Many of these belongings were collected during his marriage to ex-wife Marsha Williams, who had a similar passion for collecting, and she has decided to put a number of them up for sale.
Sotheby’s has the honor of auctioning off the items this fall and proceeds from the sales will go to several charities including The Juilliard School, Wounded Warrior Project, the Challenged Athletes Foundation, and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. The auction house has released a sneak peek at just a few of the many artifacts that are going on the block. For example here’s an arm chair made and signed by artist Judy Kensley McKie. …Read More
Pictured: Artifacts from the Robin Williams estate which will be auctioned to support a number of charities | Sothebys