Everything We Know About Betty White's Personal Items Going To Auction

Betty White was an iconic actress, known for roles such as Sue Ann Nivens in "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" from 1973 to 1977, Rose Nylund in "The Golden Girls" from 1985 to 1992, Grandma Annie in "The Proposal" in 2009, and Elka Ostrovsky in "Hot in Cleveland" from 2010 to 2015. On December 31, she died in her sleep at the age of 99.

After her death, many wondered what would happen to White's sizable fortune. Her husband, Allen Ludden, died before her, and she had no biological children of her own although she was a stepmom to Ludden's kids. There were rumors after her death that White had allegedly left her millions to her pets, but the heir of her estate has not been publicly announced.

Now, though, we know the fate of at least some of her personal possessions as they are being put up for auction in a few months. 

The Betty White auction includes items such as a signed copy of the final Golden Girls script

Just over three months after her death, Julien's Auctions has spoken to The New York Post on the event that will allow people to bid on some of Betty White's memorabilia, art, jewelry, and more. "This is an auction representing an incredible life and career. It's a lifestyle auction. All these items came from her home in Brentwood or her residence in Carmel in northern California, where she lived with her husband Allen Ludden," shared executive director, Martin Nolan.

Some of the items include a replica of White's Hollywood Walk of Fame star, her American Comedy Award, a card from a time she earned an Emmy Awards nomination, and a signed copy of the last script of "The Golden Girls." In addition, there are pieces of artwork that feature animals and that were created by animals like Koko, a gorilla. Another special piece is a watch that White's mother gave to her in 1940.

Overall, Martin Nolan of Julien's Auctions says the value of the property is around $1 million to $2 million. And all of it — which, as stated on the company's website, includes more than 1,500 items — will be part of an auction happening from September 23 to 25.