Twenty-four years after her death, the enduring appeal of the 20th century’s best loved actress is set to be proven once more in an exhibition and auction of her personal archive.

A collection of personal items that Hepburn possessed at the time of her death in 1993 from abdominal cancer will go under the hammer at Christie’s this month. All manner of items are up for sale, including letters between the actress and friend Truman Capote, her personal photography, her telephone, jewellery and clothes. Estimates range from £100 to £80,000.

You can see the exhibition at Christie’s London from 22–26 September, including the Audrey Hepburn Christie’s Late, an evening of special events including a screening of one of Hepburn’s best-loved films on the 25 September.

For more information and to preview the auction, head to the Christie’s website.