With expertise specializing in entertainment memorabilia, sports and celebrity estate auctions, Julien’s Auctions has established itself as the world’s premier entertainment, sports and celebrity memorabilia auction house. Julien’s presents exciting, professionally managed and successful auctions. We design and produce fully illustrated, full-color, coffee-table quality auction catalogs. We present a live auction in our gallery in Beverly Hills while concurrently managing a complete online catalog and bidding platform .Our property specialists have expertise in the memorabilia market and also fine & decorative arts allowing Julien’s to accommodate complete collections of celebrity homes and estates.
Previous auctions include the collections of Cher, The Estate of Bob Hope, Steven Tyler, The Estate of Marilyn Monroe, The Estate of Tony Curtis, Barbra Streisand, The Estate of Mary Pickford and memorabilia from the life and careers of Michael Jackson, Elvis, The Beatles, Madonna and numerous others.
Julien’s Auctions consistently curates multi-consignor auctions with very impressive results. Our memorabilia sales alone earn more than $15 million dollars annually. Our consignors receive outstanding returns while experiencing personal and professional attention from our friendly team at Julien’s Auctions.
Julien’s Auctions works with our celebrity clients and the entertainment industry to create auctions that benefit their charity interests. Previous charity auctions have been conducted with U2, The Elton John Foundation, The Gibson Foundation, MusiCares, The Grammy Foundation and the sale of individual items for Angelina Jolie, Cher and other high profile clients.
Recent Highlights include:
• Michael Jackson’s Thriller Jacket: $1.8 million dollars
• Marilyn Monroe’s River of No Return Dress: $516,000
• John Lennon Jacket: $240,000
• Princess Diana worn gown: $144,000
• Original Coke bottle and sketch: $468,000
• Michael Jackson handwritten “We Are The World” lyrics: $270,600
• Madonna Bustier: $72,000
• Michael Jackson Motown 25 Glove: $420,000
• George Harrison’s Gibson SG from 1966-1969: $560,000
• Kurt Cobain’s Stage Worn Jacket: $87,000
• Jimi Hendrix Studio Used Guitar: $480,000
• Elvis Presley’s Country Gentleman Gretsch Guitar: $180,000
• Herb Ritts Original Camera: $190,000
World Liberty TV, Team was on Hand in New York City , to do an Exclusive Interview with with Martin J.Nolan Co-Founder and Executive Director Juliens Auctions, who was getting ready for The Elvis Presley’s “TCB” Tour Bus Auction as well as over additional 200 Pieces that was supposed to bring Million’s of Dollars Through The Julien’s Auction.