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If you’re a huge Oprah Winfrey fan and would love to have something of hers you can call your own, you’re in luck. Now you can purchase any of her personal memorabilia offerings from her many homes across the U.S. via an online yard sale at the

The mammoth tented auction sale of fine art, furniture and antiques, which is scheduled for November 2 at the Polo Grounds in Santa Barbara, will have items up for bid on the website under the heading, ‘The Oprah Winfrey Collection.’  Prices for the Winfrey finds will range from about $100 to $50,000.


Among some of the items listed for auction is a Victorian-styled doll carriage with a $100 starting bid. There is also a 13-foot George Smith lime green plaid sofa up for sale, which starts at $1,500. Winfrey’s fuchsia Vespa scooter, autographed by the talk show maven herself, is also up for grabs with an opening bid of $1,000 to $2,000. For $200 to $400 you can snatch a portrait of the legendary entrepreneur and humanitarian, which was captured in all her ’80s glory, quite evidenced by her huge shoulder pads, oversized earrings and super poofy hair.

vespaThere are hundreds of items up for auction and pre-registration is required in order to participate in the event that will benefit the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Foundation College Fund. There is also a $50 charge to order a catalog if you can’t attend the auction in person and would like to bid online for items.

For more info, visit Kaminski Fine Art Auctions And Appraisals at

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