Zsa Zsa Gabor was nearly 100 when she died last December.
Now fans can reportedly bid on all the lavish items she left behind, including home furnishings, memorabilia from her acting career, Louis Vuitton luggage, designer clothes, paintings and a grand piano!
As Radar reported, glamorous Gabor took a lot of secrets to the grave, but those wanting to remember the material excesses she always boasted about can buy the personal items from her Bel-Air, Calif., mansion.
Heritage Auctions is in charge of the event, which takes place on April 14. According to a report, Gabor's luggage is expected to go for up to $1,500 per set, a Johann Berthelsen oil painting might fetch $5,000, and her Steinway piano is estimated to be sold for $10,000 to $15,000.
Hungarian-born star Gabor appeared in such films as Moulin Rouge but is best known for getting married nine times, slapping a cop and chatting up a storm on TV talk shows.
The late blond bombshell's final and ninth husband, Prince Frederic Von Anhalt, 73, hosted a "celebration of life" memorial for Gabor last December at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills.
"Zsa Zsa wanted to be buried in her favorite dress and jewelry, which included one of her most expensive diamond necklaces," a source close to Gabor told Radar.
An insider also said, "She hated being old," but now, her material possessions will live on!
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