A Second Chance to Own a Piece of Shirley Temple’s Personal Memorabilia Collection

OMAHA, Neb.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Proxibid (www.proxibid.com),
the most trusted online Marketplace for buying and selling highly valued
items, will provide online bidding for Theriault’s “Love, Shirley
Temple: Take Two” auction on November 22nd at 11am Eastern at
the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. More than 400 lots of Shirley
Temple’s personal property, including film costumes, gifts, props, toys,
and playthings will cross the auction block. Bidders from anywhere in
the world with an internet connection can bid live online via Proxibid
during the auction. Online bidding is already available by visiting the catalog.

In July, Theriault’s, the world’s leading auction house for childhood
objects, hosted the first part of the sale, which brought hundreds of
buyers to the onsite auction and hundreds more online with Proxibid. The
highest valued item, the red polka dot dress worn in the 1934 film
“Stand Up and Cheer,” sold for $75,000 to an online buyer. This sale was
not quickly forgotten, with collectors rejoicing at a second chance to
own pieces of Shirley Temple’s collection.

Featured lots in the “Take Two” sale include:

The family of Shirley Temple states “The legacy of our mother’s unique
and legendary contribution to screen entertainment is embodied in these
lovingly preserved artifacts of a childhood like few others in history.
We believe that, just as the celluloid magic of her youth continues to
captivate and enrich successive generations, these artifacts should now
be shared across the world with collectors, fans and museums as tangible
reminders of this child-star’s irrepressibly joyful and optimistic
persona.”

Says Stuart Holbrook, President of Theriault’s, “As the leader in the
preservation and auction of historic childhood objects, we are pleased
to be offering such a personal collection from easily the most iconic
youth of the 20th century.”

During the 1930’s and early 1940’s, Shirley Temple’s childhood rise to
enduring stardom was unprecedented in Hollywood. From 1935 through 1938,
in fact, Shirley Temple was indisputably the box office champion―a feat
that has never been matched. Her smile, charm, and fifty-six curls are
considered by many to have played an important role in lifting America
from the Great Depression. As Franklin Delano Roosevelt was oft quoted
saying, “As long as our country has Shirley Temple, we will be all
right.”

For more information and to place a bid, visit the online catalog.

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About Theriault’s
Founded in 1970, Theriault’s is the
largest auction house in the world dealing exclusively in antique
childhood objects. Conducting over 40 live auctions annually across the
U.S. they cater to an international clientele of collectors for what is
considered to be one of the top 5 most popular collectibles categories.
Theriault’s has set numerous records in this field including the recent
American record of $310,000.00 paid for an early 20th century French
doll by Albert Marque.

Contacts

Proxibid
Carly Docter, 402-991-4763
carly.docter@proxibid.com