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A selection of artwork collected by the iconic actor Robin Williams' is being auctioned online by San Francisco-based Clars Auction Gallery. The pieces on offer are expected to fetch over $10,000, and the auction will take place on April 19.

Highlights from the collection include Crystal, a taxidermy monkey that starred in Williams’ 2006 film Night at the Museum, is estimated to go for upwards of $800. Williams also owned a collection of oil paintings by artist Donal Roller, including Shirley’s Friend Waited for Shirley but She Never Came, which is estimated to bring in between $10,000 and $15,000.

Take a look at some of the standout pieces below and head over to Clars Auction Gallery for more information.

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