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FIRST EVER PLAYBOY ISSUE AND 'VIAGRA RING' SOLD AT LA AUCTION




During a two day auction in Los Angeles, infamous items belonging to late Playboy founder, Hugh Hefner, has recently been sold to fans willing to pay a large some of money for a piece of Hugh's personal collection.

Sky News reports, items belonging to the late Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, including a typewriter he used to write copy for the first-ever issue featuring Marilyn Monroe, have been sold at auction. The typewriter went for $162,500 (£127,330), while his personal copy of the debut 1953 magazine was snapped up for $31,250 (£24,486).

His "Viagra ring" – a 14-carat gold and onyx ring concealing the little blue pill – sold for $22,400 (£17,552) And one of his bespoke red silk smoking jackets which he was often pictured in went for $41,600 (£32,596).

Other items in the sale, organised by Julien's Auctions, included motorcycle jackets, a limo, a coin-operated jukebox, a pool table from the Playboy Mansion and even Hefner's Hollywood Walk of Fame star. Actor Jim Belushi paid $3,125 (£2,448) for a leather-bound copy of a script from an episode of classic US sketch comedy show, Saturday Night Live, hosted by Hefner in 1977.


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