Hundreds of items from Alex Trebek’s estate sold during four-day public event

Hundreds of items from Alex Trebek's estate sold during four-day public event

Hundreds of items once owned by longtime Jeopardy! host, Alex Trebek, were recently made available for sale during a four-day public event.

Trebek’s family hosted a four-day sale over the weekend, spanning from April 21-24, allowing the world to purchase items that belonged to the renowned host.

A number of belongings were listed online for buyers to browse but were only being sold out of a studio in Los Angeles.

The estate sale allowed for fans of the host to “take home a treasure from his life and legacy,” according to the event listing.

The items available for sale give a glimpse into the personal interests and life lived by the beloved game show host, who passed away at the age of 80 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

Some of the items available for sale included Hollywood merch such as a director’s chair with his name on it as well as dozens of pieces of art, ornate rugs, a handful of furniture including couches, book collections exercise equipment, old photos and other standard housewares.

Buyers also had the opportunity to purchase a Japanese Kabuto helmet and sword that had been owned by Trebek.

Some autographed memorabilia was made available as well as Jeopardy clothing, and some of Trebek’s lifetime achievements, accolades and awards.

If you felt like your heights would be similar, you could also purchase a set of his golf clubs.

The eclectic mix of items available at the estate sale fittingly seems to parallel the array of categories fans would see on a round of Jeopardy!

A full list of items available for sale during the four-day event can be found online here.


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