JULIEN'S AUCTIONS IS PROUD TO PRESENT OUR “PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN ONLINE ONLY AUCTION” EVENT TAKING PLACE EXCLUSIVELY AT WWW.JULIENSLIVE.COM, CONCLUDING ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30th.
Property from the Collection of Olivia Newton-John honors one of the most celebrated and beloved pop culture icons of all time. The collection includes over 300 lots of career-related and personal items and a special opportunity for a Zoom chat with Olivia Newton-John.
The auction includes career ephemera and awards, handwritten lyrics, artwork created by Olivia Newton-John, stage worn wardrobe, decorative arts, personal items and fashion accessories... all owned and used by the four-time Grammy Award-winning singer and Hollywood film star and one of the best-selling musical artists of all time, who has sold 100 million records worldwide.
All proceeds from the auction will go to the Olivia Newton-John Foundation (ONJ Foundation), an independent charity driving global change through funding cutting-edge research and treatment programs, with a particular interest in plant medicine. These investments in new scientific research and evidence-based wellness programs aim to educate patients and their carers around the globe about holistic care options for people affected by cancer.
“I have been so inspired by the positive impact that the ONJ Centre has made on people’s lives, that I am now expanding my vision to provide global benefit through my own foundation,” says Newton-John. "My dream is to present kinder therapies and preventative measures to see a world beyond cancer.”
Olivia adds: “On my breast cancer journey, I have always found incredible benefit from the use of various natural therapies, particularly with plant-based medicines. Even through my experiences with surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy I’ve always used a range of natural protocols.”
The auction will be online starting on November 9th for advance bidding and the auction will start closing in real time and in lot order for live bidding at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time on November 30th, 2020.