Auction house Sotheby's says a collection of items owned by the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has sold for nearly $517,000.Image Credit: Google
The online auction of more than 100 lots concluded Tuesday night.Image Credit: Google
All proceeds will go to the American Civil Liberties Union, one of Ginsburg's favorite charities.Image Credit: Google
Among the items sold were a pair of opera glasses that Ginsburg used during performances at the Kennedy Center.Image Credit: Google
Which brought in $4,375; and a replica of the Statue of Liberty that was a gift from her law clerks, which went for $22,500.Image Credit: Google
A set of Ginsburg's beloved "RBG" workout weights, which were given to her by her personal trainer, sold for $16,500.Image Credit: Google
The collection also included a selection of Ginsburg's judicial robes, which went for prices ranging from $2,500 to $11,875.Image Credit: Google
In total, the auction raised more than three times its pre-sale estimate of $100,000 to $150,000.Image Credit: Google
"The remarkable prices achieved for Justice Ginsburg's personal effects reflect both the high regard in which she was held as a champion of justice and equality.
The significant impact she had on American society," said Sotheby's specialist Gabe Weintraub in a statement.