In the US, the collection of personal belongings of Hugh Hefner sold at auction

© AP Photo / Laurent ReboursХью Hefner girls Playboy during the 52nd Cannes film festival. Archival photoIn the US, the collection of personal belongings of Hugh Hefner sold at auction© AP Photo / Laurent Rebours

Personal belongings of the founder of Playboy magazine Hugh Hefner, including his personal copy of the first issue with Marilyn Monroe on the cover, was sold on Saturday at auction Julien’s Auction in the American city of Los Angeles.

The auction was held from 30 November to 1 December. The first issue of Playboy was sold for 31.2 thousand dollars. Also 162,5 thousand dollars was sold the typewriter the publisher.

«All proceeds from sales will go to Hugh Hefner in support of organizations that protect civil rights,» — said in Instagram auction.

Also among the things sold to the founder of the Playboy — his star on the walk of fame, pushed under the hammer for 57.6 thousand dollars, a limo Lincoln Town Car 1998 (44.8 thousand), passport Hefner along with traveler’s checks (16 thousand) and a few of his tuxes of different colors, which were redeemed at a price of about 12 thousand to 38 thousand dollars.

Was also sold a leather sofa from the living room of the Playboy mansion, gone for 34.3 thousand, and a collection of classic and contemporary films on DVD for 12,5 thousand dollars.