Hollywood icon Lauren Bacall’s belongings lure bidders at Bonhams in New York

Hollywood screen icon Lauren Bacall's personal possessions from the precious to the mundane hit the auction block in New York, still drawing plenty of fans Tuesday. Collectors were jostling for a memento of the Oscar-winner from among more than 200 items from fine art to kitchenware, from avant garde to the kitsch. It all went on sale Tuesday and Wednesday at Bonhams auction house. The collection includes jewelry and clothes, Aboriginal and African art, English and French furniture and items bought in antique shops around the world. Items that date from her marriage to legendary on-screen co-star Humphrey Bogart and sculptures by English artist Henry Moore are among the most prized items. Bacall, one of Hollywood's great golden age actresses, died last August aged 89 in her nine-room home overlooking Central Park, which is also on the market for $26

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