When Carrie Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds died within a day of each other at the end of 2016, Hollywood lost two giants. At Comic-Con, where Fisher will always be royalty for her role as Princess Leia in the original Star Wars films, fans this year can get a sneak peek at the upcoming personal property auction of memorabilia the two women left behind. Fans in San Diego at the Profiles In History booth can inspect the items up close; for the rest of us who can’t be there, click through Yahoo Movies‘ photos of what’s available to bid on, including vintage movie magazines, a harp from the movie Cleopatra, Fisher’s collection devoted to her dog, Gary, and much more. The auction takes place on Sept. 23.
Profiles In History Display at Comic-Con
Lights, Camera, Action!
A Mitchell motion picture camera used for Debbie Reynolds‘ movies including Say One for Me (1959) and The Rat Race (1960) (Photo: Giana Mucci/Yahoo)
Pretty in Pink
Carrie Fisher‘s sweater, which she said she bought because the color matched her beloved dog Gary’s tongue. (Photo: Giana Mucci/Yahoo)
Musical instrument used in Cleopatra (Photo: Giana Mucci/Yahoo)
Read All About Her
Vintage movie magazines featuring Debbie Reynolds (Photo: Giana Mucci/Yahoo)
Carrie’s Four-Legged Friend
Carrie Fisher‘s memorabilia for her beloved dog, Gary (Photo: Giana Mucci/Yahoo)
Double Dates for the Girl Scouts
Dress to Impress
Debbie Reynolds‘ Singin’ in the Rain costume (Photo: Giana Mucci/Yahoo)