Alex Trebek property sale brings ‘Jeopardy!’ followers to late star’s former dwelling

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Followers of the beloved late “Jeopardy” host Alex Trebek are lining as much as seize memorabilia of the TV persona.

A four-day property sale is going down at Trebek’s former Studio Metropolis, California, dwelling. Gadgets embrace autographed memorabilia, a writing desk and numerous work and sculptures. 

Pictures from the property present adoring followers eagerly awaiting their flip to buy gadgets as soon as owned by the late star.

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Followers of beloved late “Jeopardy” host Alex Trebek are lining as much as seize memorabilia of the TV persona.
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Kevin MacLean, an animator for Disney, instructed FOX Los Angeles he bought a sculpture of Trebek’s face for $450, saying it was value it.

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“He’s just a TV icon,” MacLean mentioned.

One other fan perusing Trebek’s belongings, like theater room chairs for $750 every, instructed the outlet it is extra about Trebek than cash.

In October, Trebek's widow revealed she wasn't aware of how beloved he was until his cancer battle. 

In October, Trebek’s widow revealed she wasn’t conscious of how beloved he was till his most cancers battle. 
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“Genuine and wholesome,” Sara Drust mentioned. “Just real.”

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Trebek died in November 2020 at age 80 after a prolonged and public battle with stage 4 pancreatic most cancers.

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This picture launched by “Jeopardy!” reveals the late Alex Trebek, longtime host of the sport present.
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In October, Trebek’s widow revealed she wasn’t conscious of how beloved he was till his most cancers battle. 

“We received cartons of mail every day filled with get well cards, etc., at our home address, and I knew that the studio was receiving so much more. It was astonishing,” Jean Currivan-Trebek instructed The Eden Magazine

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