The iconic white dress Monroe wore in The Seven Year Itch was a big seller at a Reynolds' Profiles in History event earlier this year (11) when it shattered records for a film costume sold at auction, and now more of the actress' costumes are to be sold.
The second part of the auction will feature four Monroe gowns from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Bus Stop, Niagara and Let's Make Love.
The items include a aubergine grey evening dress and Bolero jacket, designed by William Travilla, which the actress wore in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. The two-piece outfit is expected to fetch upwards of $150,000 (£93,750).
A second Travilla dress, which the actress wore for her performance of That Old Black Magic in Bus Stop, is expected to sell for between $200,000 (£125,000) and $300,000 (£187,500).
Also going under the hammer are Monroe's Dorothy Jeakins dress from Niagara and the Jeakins strapless pale green pleated silk empire gown with a rhinestone trim the actress wore in for Let's Make Love.
The auction will be held at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California on 3 December (11).
Much of Marilyn Monroe's personal collection--including clothes, jewelry and accessories--went on sale Wednesday at the Bel Air Gallery in London, and fans and collectors are expected to spend a plentiful amount of money for the items.
Among the collection is a black, lacy bustier worn by Monroe in the film Some Like It Hot, Reuters reports. Exhibit director Tony Wynbourne purchased it from Monroe's New York neighbor Elaine Barrymore and is now selling it for about 8,500 pounds (about $12,800).
Wearing the black beauty isn't an option, though. The new owner will get the lingerie framed with a letter of authenticity from Barrymore.
A William Travilla white cocktail dress, designed for the film There's No Business Like Show Business, is also available, although the scene in which Monroe wore the dress was cut from the film. It is priced at 9,500 pounds.
Other items include four pairs of crystal ball earrings, which start at 2,200 pounds, and a pair of sunglasses for the pretty price of 5,000 pounds.
The exhibit runs through March 17.