No word on whether or not this iconic print of Farrah Fawcett will be on the auction block.
Farrah Fawcett's nephew Gregory Walls inherited much of the late actress' personal items, and now he's apparently looking to get rid of some of them.
Walls listed 67 of Fawcett's items — including her People's Choice Award and her driver's license — with a Dallas-based auction house, according to Radar Online.
Walls insists he's unloading the goods for the sake of her fans, writing in the auction catalog that he decided to list the items after reading thousands of cards and letters they'd sent her.
"It was at that moment that I felt that I would do my best to give her fans a chance to possess some of the things that were special and dear to Farrah."
A portion of the proceeds will go to the Farah Fawcett Foundation, a cancer research and prevention charity.