Robin Williams' spacesuit from 'Mork & Mindy' going up for auction

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Robin Williams' Spacesuit From 'Mork & Mindy' Going Up for Auction

A costume worn by the late Robin Williams is going up for auction.

It's one of the red spacesuits Williams wore in the 1970s sitcom "Mork & Mindy."

The spacesuit features silver gloves and boots and chain link around the collar and cuffs.

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UNITED STATES - JUNE 12: MORK & MINDY - 'My Dad Can't Beat Up Anyone' 11/12/81 Robin Williams, Jonathan Winters (Photo by ABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - SEPTEMBER 14: MORK & MINDY - Pilot, part I & II - 9/14/78, Part I and II of this pilot episode originally aired as an hour-long show. In a flashback sequence, Mork (Robin Williams, right) recalled a previous visit to Earth when Fonzie (Henry Winkler, of 'Happy Days') arranged a date for Mork and Laverne De Fazio (Penny Marshall, of 'Laverne & Shirley')., (Photo by ABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - SEPTEMBER 14: MORK & MINDY - gallery - Season One - 9/14/78, The character of Mork, an alien from the planet of Ork, became so popular from an episode of 'Happy Days' that it was spun-off into this series starring Robin Williams in the lead role (his first major acting break). The misfit alien was sent to study Earthlings by his fellow Orkans. Landing in a giant eggshell, near Boulder, Colorado, he was befriended by Mindy McConnell, who helped him adjust to Earth's strange ways., (Photo by Jim Britt/ABC via Getty Images)
This photo taken on on September 18, 2014 shows auctioneer Brian Chanes with the original Robin Williams iconic 'Mork' spacesuit from the 1970's comedy show 'Mork and Mindy' that will be sold next month by auctioneers Profiles in History's at Calabasas, California. The suit is estimated to sell for more than USD$20.000 in the company's Hollywood auction that will take place from October 17-20. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
This photo taken on on September 18, 2014 shows the original Robin Williams iconic 'Mork' spacesuit from the 1970's comedy show 'Mork and Mindy' that will be sold next month by auctioneers Profiles in History's at Calabasas, California. The suit is estimated to sell for more than USD$20.000 during the company's Hollywood auction that will take place from October 17-20. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - JUNE 12: MORK & MINDY - 'My Dad Can't Beat Up Anyone' 11/12/81 Robin Williams, Jonathan Winters, Extras (Photo by ABC Photo Archives/ABC via Getty Images)
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It's being put up for auction by the Profiles in History auction house in Calabasas, California, next month.

If you're interested in owning the iconic spacesuit, ABC's Lara Spencer has some details on how much it'll set you back.

ABC's Lara Spencer reported: "It has a presale estimate of $15,000 to $20,000. But it's believed to go for much more given the actor's recent passing."

Daily Mail reports that the the auction house's consigner said, "This was part of Paramount's wardrobe for years, and it went into a collection and now it's being released to the pubic."

The auction is also featuring the egg Williams' character Mork flew in from his home planet of Ork to Earth in that pilot episode.

The Washington Post reports the egg is predicted to sell for as much as $6,000.

This is the first piece of memorabilia worn by Williams to go up for auction since the actor's death in August.

An Aladdin-themed skateboard signed by Williams was put up for auction shortly after his death.

The bidding process is still going on through September 27 according to Decatur Metro. The publication reports that the highest bid so far is $11,000. The proceeds will go to"support families who are dealing with pediatric cancer."

A bicycle the actor donated just fetched $20,000 at auction at the end of August. Page Six says the money went to a California education charity.

The auction featuring the spacesuit and the "flying" egg will take place Oct. 17-20.

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