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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.
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.
“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.
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.