Bruce Lee's personal belongings to be auctioned off
Washington: Bruce Lee fans could soon own clothing and equipment that was once owned by the martial arts icon, as some of his personal belongings will be auctioned off on April 29 by Los Angeles auctioneer Nate D Sanders.
Bruce Lee. Pic/Santa Banta
Fans will also be able to bid online, the Hollywood Reporter reported.
One of the items up for sale is Lee's owned and worn Stirling Cooper gray cotton jacket, which was personally signed by Lee's wife and daughter.
Inside the jacket is the inscription, "This was one of Bruce's most favorite jackets! Linda Lee." His daughter wrote "To Dennis and Loan, Best to you both! Shannon Lee."
Other items going under the hammer are Lee's size 7 mahogany leather loafers, a Timex wristwatch starting at 20,000 dollars, and training equipment such as a kicking shield, an elastic waistband, a shin protector and a pull-up bar.