Treasures from the Doris Day Estate Go to Auction

The movie star's bright red piano, antique car, and household items will be auctioned in Beverly Hills, with all proceeds going to the Doris Day Animal Foundation.

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A portrait of Doris Day by James Wright, with two dogs in her lap, oil on canvas, signed lower right, and a detail of a 1957 Golden Globe award will be in the collection.
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A portrait of Doris Day by James Wright, with two dogs in her lap, oil on canvas, signed lower right, and a detail of a 1957 Golden Globe award will be in the collection.
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Doris Day red lacquer Young Chang upright piano gifted by Terry Melcher
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Sterling flatware service and crystal stemware will be on the block.
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A six-piece silver plated tea set marked W.S. Blackinton Towle, including hot water kettle on stand, coffee pot, tea pot, sugar, creamer, and tray.
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A collection of 12 assorted brooms collected over the years by Doris Day.
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A mid-century oil on canvas half length portrait bust of Doris Day, signed "Starkman," lower right.
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Film reels, including "Pillow Talk," are part of the collection.
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Doris Day's 1930 Ford convertible
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A vintage carved oval dining table with three leaves, together with four armchairs and five side chairs having bird and foliate embroidered upholstery. Doris Day was known to personally refinish her furnishings and many items in her home feature this Cinnabar reddish orange color.
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A pair of vintage painted wicker barrel chairs with an ottoman. Property from the Estate of Doris Day goes to auction on April 4 and 5, 2019 in Beverly Hills.
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