Larry Hagman’s personal items will be going up for auction next month, including a ruby-adorned silver-and-gold belt buckle from "Dallas," on which he played the scheming oilman J.R. Ewing, reports the New York Post.
The buckle is expected to fetch from $3,000 to $5,000 on May 5, according to the auction house Bonhams. The buckle is adorned with four rubies that frame the initials of his character.
Hagman died in November at age 81 of complications from throat cancer.
Also in the auction are Hagman’s director’s chair from "Dallas," which could fetch as much as $3,000, and dozens of cowboy hats, which are likely to sell for hundreds each. An abstract landscape painting by "Silence of the Lambs" star Anthony Hopkins will also be up for bidding, and may fetch between $400 and $600, the story adds.