Oprah Winfrey is parting with some of her favorite things, and they could be yours if the price is right.
It’s not quite the usual Oprah giveaway, because this time she’s auctioning off her own belongings in “The Oprah Winfrey Collection” from homes in Hawaii, Chicago, Indiana and Santa Barbara to antique furniture and more.
Items listed on the 29 pages of the collection range from the cheapest including a Victorian-style doll carriage that begins at $100 to the priciest including an 18th century Louis XVI Leonard Boudin bureau worth $50,000.
Other items you can bid on include chandeliers, paintings, movie props and collectors items, personal memorabilia like a picture of her and NBA star Michael Jordan and a 68-inch autographed print of her 1998 Vogue magazine cover, and even her Vespa.
The auction takes place next month on Nov. 2 at the Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club and all proceeds from the auction will go towards Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Foundation College Fund.
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