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    Fans of Barbra Streisand will be able to bid on memorabilia from the celebrated diva's films and items from her New York apartment and other homes at an auction by Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills, Calif. this weekend. Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Streisand Foundation. <p> This mauve dress with an empire waist, deep V neckline and buttons down back comes complete with an original studio tag reading "mauve short dress with long sleeves ("Funny Lady") #42." It was worn by Streisand as she portrayed Fanny Brice in the 1975 film "Funny Lady." <P>Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500
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    This custom Barbra Streisand/Donna Karan-designed full-length black silk empire waist gown features an ivory silk under dress and a front opening lined in rhinestones. The gown was created for Streisand's 1993–1994 concert tour entitled "The Concert."<P>Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000
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    This Jean Muir pink blend short sleeve shirt with attached straight-leg pants was worn by Streisand to the Golden Globes on January 30, 1977. The 1976 film "A Star Is Born" won five awards with Streisand taking home three: Best Motion Picture – Musical/Comedy, Best Actress – Musical/Comedy, and Best Original Song ("Evergreen") – Motion Picture. It is up for bid together with a hardcover copy of "Streisand: A Pictorial Biography" by Diana Karanikas Harvey and Jackson Harvey, which contains a photo on page 77 of Streisand wearing the outfit.<P>Estimate: $1,500 - $2,000
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    This pink synthetic blend from Carelli Costumes New York is a full-length sleeveless bridesmaid's dress with a label reading "Ms. Streisand." It includes a fitted bodice and a large pink bow at the back with matching pink pumps, white full-length cotton opera gloves and a pink fabric choker. It was worn by Streisand as she portrayed Rose Morgan as a bridesmaid at her sister's wedding in the 1996 film "The Mirror Has Two Faces."
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    The dress is expected to sell for $600 to $800.
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    This lot includes a modern, wedgewood sterling pattern lidded teapot with a single cup and saucer together with a silverplated bud vase used by Streisand on stage with Neil Diamond for the 2004 John Kerry Concert at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, June 24, 2004, in Los Angeles, Calif.
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    The set is expected to sell for $400 to $600.
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    This red satin Victorian style full-length evening gown is tagged with "Brooks-Van Horn, New York, Philadelphia Costumes, (sic) Barbara S." and includes a full trail and a pleated ruffle bottom hem with jet sequin and beaded tassels. It was worn by Streisand as she portrayed Madame Nuremburg Nightingale, who sings an operatic Liebestraum in a 1967 CBS television special.<p> Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000
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    Streisand wore this custom burgundy taffeta full-length ball gown with an empire waist for the Millennium Concert during her 2000 "Timeless" concert tour.<P> Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000
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    La Chanteuse, oil on canvas, signed with initials and dated lower right. PROVENANCE: Margaret Mallory, Santa Barbara; Circle Arts International, Ontario, Canada.<P>38 3/8 by 31 inches, including frame Estimate: $100,000 - $200,000
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    This chandelier is made with hammered copper with five lights bearing heart-shaped cutouts and with their original yellow glass cylinders. It has no visible maker's mark. PROVENANCE: Michael Carey, New York, NY.<P>Estimate: $15,000 - $18,000
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    Designed by Harvey Ellis, this rocking chair is made with inlaid pewter and has a copper back under a double horizontal rail. It features arched seat support, an original cane foundation and its original finish. PROVENANCE: Michael Carey, New York, NY.<P>Estimate: $12,000 - $15,000
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    This is a single gold painted Old English style wooden letter "a." Because Barbra dropped the extra "a" from her name early in her career, she kept this representation of her "dropped a" as a reminder of the "a" she gave up years ago.<P>10 by 8 inches<P>Estimate: $200 - $300
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    This ecru chenille couch includes rolled arms, loose cushions and accent pillows in ivory with ecru fringe trim. <P>31 by102 by 40 1/2 inches
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    The couch is expected to sell for $500 to $700.
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    This bureau features textured glass cabinet doors enclosing milk glass-lined upper compartments over multiple pull-out graduated drawers, each with faceted glass pulls. This item was one of Streisand's first purchases at the onset of success at the age of eighteen. <P>64 by 30 1/2 by 6 inches<P>Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500
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    This leopard print, kimono-style robe features blue butterfly detailing with attached silk leopard print slip dress. It was worn by Streisand as she portrayed Rozalin Focker during the scene with Dustin Hoffman and the whipped cream during the 2004 film "Meet the Fockers."<P>Estimate: $500 - $700
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    This black lacquer piano comes with a matching bench. Its serial number, B1368623, dates to 1972. It is marked in gold lettering, "David L. Abell Fine Pianos Conservatory."<P>Estimate: $8,000 - $10,000
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