Transcript for Oprah Winfrey Hosts Yard Sale
Test Text1 italics Test Text1 plai Sales but a yard sale by oprah winfrey is a different story. We're talking loads of stuff from furniture to fine art. You can get that picture of oprah. You can't get reena ninan. She's not for sale but she has the story. I have a pair of crystal lamps from oprah that will look fine in your office. Dan, you have too many lamps. I have rugs. Before anyone thinks oprah has fallen on hard times and is selling her things, it's all for a wonderful cause. Fans are revved up and ready to get their hands on oprah's favorite things. No, not cars but you get a painting, pillows, you get her mirror. For months whispers have been going around that oprah's prized possessions could soon be on sale and now the official list is out. From fancy antiques estimated as high as $50,000 to chairs as low as $100, oprah reportedly making sure to keep the prices low so all her fans can have something. She wants to be able to get everybody involved. She has such a stay at home mom kind of viewership, people that don't necessarily have money to be able to afford the cabinets that are 20 to 40 to $50,000. Reporter: In 2011 michael jackson's rug which was estimated at around $500 was sold for $15,000 during an auction for the king of pop's belongings. A bold checkered green couch may not match the typical living room but with oprah's name behind it it could go for thousands. Because it's been in oprah's house, I'm willing to venture that that couch will bring $1,000, 2$2,000, maybe more. Reporter: Not only is she giving fans a chance to own her dream items but raising money for the oprah winfrey dream academy college fund which helps girls in africa attend college. The auction will be november 2. You can see some of the items now and she says a lot of stuff wasn't reflective of her true self. I'm telling you, her persian rug is you. What is your true self?
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