Marilyn Monroe's CT driver's license up for auction

Marilyn Monroe's Connecticut driver's license and a signed photograph are both up for auction with bidding ending on May 10.

Jay Lederman

May 5, 2023, 3:36 PM

Updated 344 days ago

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Marilyn Monroe's CT driver's license up for auction
Marilyn Monroe's Connecticut driver's license is up for auction.
The item up for bid is an original "State of Connecticut Motor Vehicle Operator's License" signed by none other than the legendary Hollywood actress.
RR Auctions based in New Hampshire will auction off the late icon's legal ID. Monroe was a resident of Roxbury, Connecticut, in the late '50s with then-husband and famous playwright Arthur Miller.
The couple tied the knot in 1956, just two years before the license was issued, and lived in their Roxbury house until 1961. The license was issued on July 8, 1958, and bears Monroe's personal information, including her name, address, height, birth date and operator number.
Bidding had already reached $7,896 by noon Friday. In addition to the license, a separate signed black and white photo of the blond starlet is up for auction. Bidding had reached $4,460 by noon Friday for the photo.
Bidding on both Marilyn Monroe's license and signed photo ends on May 10.


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