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Frank Sinatra, Barbara Sinatra personal belongings auction upcoming

In this July 12, 1988 file photo Frank Sinatra attend an event in Los Angeles. Mrs. Sinatra died Tuesday, July 25, 2017, of natural causes at her Rancho Mirage, California, home. She was 90. | AP Photo/File

NEW YORK — More than 200 items belonging to Frank and Barbara Sinatra ranging from movie scripts to jewelry are going up for auction.

Sotheby’s on Monday unveiled the contents of “Lady Blue Eyes: Property of Barbara and Frank Sinatra,” which will go on the block in a series of auctions in New York in December. Sotheby’s says the items were gathered over the couple’s 22-year marriage and portray their public and private lives.

This image provided by Sotheby’s shows Barbara Sinatra’s 20-plus carat diamond engagement, which Frank Sinatra presented to her in a glass of champagne. Sotheby’s on Monday, Nov. 12, 2018, unveiled the contents of “Lady Blue Eyes: Property of Barbara and Frank Sinatra” which will go on the block in a series of auctions in New York in December. | Courtesy Sotheby’s via AP

Barbara Sinatra’s 20-plus-carat diamond engagement ring, which Frank Sinatra presented to her in a glass of champagne, is among the jewelry up for bid.

Copies of scripts include “From Here to Eternity,” for which Sinatra won an Academy Award, and “Ocean’s 11.”

Paintings, signed letters and personal accessories also are available.

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center in Rancho Mirage, California.

This image provided by Sotheby’s shows a copy of Frank Sinatra's script from the film“From Here to Eternity,” for which Sinatra won an Academy Award. It part of more than 200 items belonging to Frank and Barbara Sinatra going up for auction. | Courtesy Sotheby’s via AP

This image provided by Sotheby’s shows a copy of Frank Sinatra’s script from the film “From Here to Eternity,” for which Sinatra won an Academy Award. It part of more than 200 items belonging to Frank and Barbara Sinatra going up for auction. | Courtesy Sotheby’s via AP