Auction Details

JULIEN'S AUCTIONS IS PROUD TO PRESENT "PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF MRS. NANCY SINATRA ONLINE ONLY AUCTION" TAKING PLACE EXCLUSIVELY AT WWW.JULIENSLIVE.COM, CONCLUDING ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH

"Property From The Collection of Mrs. Nancy Sinatra" features 160 lots including furniture & decorative art, silver houseware items, jewelry, books, and artwork plus other pieces owned by the legendary Hollywood couple, Nancy, Sr. and Frank Sinatra, during their marriage as well as items collected by Mrs. Sinatra over her long life.

Nancy Rose Barbato was 17 years old when she met Frank Sinatra, an 18-year-old singer from Hoboken, on the Jersey Shore in the summer of 1934. They married in 1939 at Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Jersey City where Frank gave Nancy a recording of a song dedicated to her titled "Our Love" as a wedding present. The young newlyweds lived in New Jersey where Frank worked as an unknown singing waiter and master of ceremonies at the Rustic Cabin while Nancy worked as a secretary at the American Type Founders.

Mrs. Sinatra devoted her life to her family, friends and philanthropic causes and died at the age of 101 on July 13, 2018. "In Nancy, I found beauty, warmth and understanding; being with her was my only escape from what seemed to be a grim world," Frank Sinatra said in a 1952 interview.

The auction is now online for bidder registration and advance bidding. The last day of the auction will be Monday, February 8th.  On Monday, February 8th starting at 11:00 AM Pacific Time, the sale will close chronologically in lot order with real time bidding.

We look forward to your participation in this unique auction!


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Property From The Collection of Mrs. Nancy Sinatra Online Only Auction
Auction: Closes Monday, February 8th, 2021
in real time and in lot order for live bidding at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time
Auction Closes In Lot Order Exclusively on www.julienslive.com
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