LOS ANGELES (AP) — The typewriter Hugh Hefner used in college was the top-selling item at an auction of the Playboy magazine founder’s possessions.

 

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Julien’s Auctions says the Underwood Standard portable typewriter sold for $162,500. His complete set of Playboy magazines sold for $76,800, and a gold ring with a hidden compartment containing a Viagra pill sold for $22,400.

 

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Hefner’s iconic smoking jacket fetched $41,600.

 

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Hefner was 91 when he died in September 2017.

 

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The auction took place Friday and Saturday in Los Angeles. Proceeds will benefit the Hugh M. Hefner Foundation, which defends civil rights and civil liberties.

 

(Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Playboy)

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