Alex Trebek’s Estate Sale Brings “Jeopardy!” fans at the late star’s former home


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Fans of beloved ‘Jeopardy’ host Alex Trebek are lining up to collect memorabilia from the TV personality.

A four-day estate sale takes place at Trebek’s former home in Studio City, California. Items include autographed memorabilia, a desk, and various paintings and sculptures.

Footage from the property shows adoring fans eagerly waiting their turn to purchase items that once belonged to the late star.

Fans of beloved ‘Jeopardy’ host Alex Trebek are lining up to collect memorabilia from the TV personality.
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Kevin MacLean, a Disney animator, told FOX Los Angeles that he bought a sculpture of Trebek’s face for $450, saying it was worth it.

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“He’s just a television icon,” MacLean said.

Another fan browsing Trebek’s stuff, like movie theater chairs for $750 each, told the outlet it’s more about Trebek than money.

In October, Trebek's widow revealed she didn't know how much he was loved until his battle with cancer.

In October, Trebek’s widow revealed she didn’t know how much he was loved until his battle with cancer.
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“Authentic and wholesome,” said Sara Drust. “Just real.”

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Trebek passed away in November 2020 at the age of 80 after a long and public battle with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

This image posted by "Peril!" shows the late Alex Trebek, longtime game show host.

This image posted by “Jeopardy!” shows the late Alex Trebek, longtime game show host.
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In October, Trebek’s widow revealed she didn’t know how much he was loved until his battle with cancer.

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“We were getting mail boxes full of get well cards and the like at our home every day, and I knew the studio was getting so much more. It was amazing,” Jean Currivan-Trebek said. Eden Magazine.


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