Relics of Hollywood from Gregory Peck’s estate, which include his script. “To Kill a Mockingbird,”This month, they are being offered for sale
On Feb. 23, Heritage Auctions is hosting Property from The Estate of Veronique and Gregory Peck, an event to sell off artifacts that once belonged to the late actor and his wife, a journalist and philanthropist whom he married in 1955.
Among the close to 250 offerings are Peck’s 1962 leather-bound “Mockingbird”script for which he was awarded the Best Actor Oscar. He played Atticus, a lawyer. According to The Hollywood Reporter, it is likely to go for $8,000 to $10,000.
There is also a 35th-anniversary copy of the bestselling novel inscribed by its author and Peck’s close friend, Harper Lee. The lots also include the needlepoint Lee present to Peck for his birthday.
The couple also has three guestbooks, which were signed by celebrities like Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra and Barbra Streisand as well as Charlton Heston and Elizabeth Taylor. They are also available for purchase.
The five-time Academy Award nominee for best screenplay, died in 2003. “Roman Holiday,” “Duel in the Sun,” “Spellbound,” “Cape Fear”And “The Omen.”
The California native’s custom-made suit from “The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit,” two Golden Globe Awards and a poker table, chairs and chips given to him by the Sinatras, and an array of artwork, props, and decorative and personal items are also included in the lots.
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