Alex Trebek estate sale: 'Jeopardy!' memorabilia, paintings, furniture can be yours

A long line of fans of the beloved late ‘Jeopardy!’ host Alex Trebek lined up outside his home in Studio City as a multi-day estate sale began Thursday. 

Running through Sunday, the estate sale at Trebek's home on Fryman Road will have a multitude of items up for grabs, including an extensive original art collection from artists including William fallen and James Lucas. 

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Furniture, such as a director's chair that says "Alex Trebek," awards that were given to him during his lifetime, and memorabilia that he collected – like a Spalding basketball signed by Lakers great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar – are also available for sale.

After waiting in hours-long lines to enter the home, many left talking about the killer cuckoo clock, the awesome pictures and sculptures of horses and great books they got. 

His fans loved him, often times calling him "a genuinely nice person…" and saying "he was entertaining to watch on TV."

But, what was his life like in his Studio city home? Those who went inside called it "lovely, warm and very homey"

Some bought simple things like golf clubs, others purchased Trebek's religious books. One person saying, the TV personality’s embossed Bible meant a lot to him "I think it was pretty cool to see Alex Trebek was a pretty religious guy trying to figure out what he believes and what he believes in and trying to learn as much as he can."

Another person bought a Life magazine from when President Kennedy was inaugurated and a Barbara Streisand album... both under $15.

Many people at the sale said they loved feeling close to Trebek, one fan even calling him a "national treasure."

A TikToker got an early sneak peek at the sale below.

Trebek also had quite the selection of collectibles, like a Japanese Kabuto helmet and sword and a complete set of Indian Tribal Series medallions with matching history book.

Signed memorabilia and Trebek's awards are apparently also included in the sale.

Trebek died at his home in 2020 at the age of 80, a year after he publicly announced he had advanced pancreatic cancer.

The company running the estate sale, C et Cie Estate Sales, say all sales are cash only and final. Permit passes will be issued to buyers that must be returned once the buyer has finished shopping. That means no wandering the grounds after you make a purchase. 

Trebek's estate at 3405 Fryman went up for sale earlier this year. According to Zillow, a sale is pending for the 5-bed, 11-bath home that covers an expansive 9,993 square feet. It's priced at nearly $7 million.

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