Robert Evans’ estate sale garners $486K for Helmut Newton print collection

A Hollywood estate sale over the weekend of late producer Robert Evans’ possessions included a large collection of Helmut Newton prints that sold for $486,972.

The onetime Paramount boss was behind film classics including “The Godfather” movies and “Rosemary’s Baby.”

Also up for grabs was Evans’ 1974 Golden Globe for “Chinatown” — which sold for $83,200 — as well as a draft of the film’s script, and a series of heated telegrams between Evans and “Godfather” director Francis Ford Coppola.

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