Bruce Lee's yellow jumpsuit earns $100600 at Hong Kong auction – Livemint

Bruce Lee's yellow jumpsuit earns $100600 at Hong Kong auction – Livemint

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LivemintBruce Lee's yellow jumpsuit earns $100600 at Hong Kong auctionLivemintAnna Lee, vice chairman of Chinese auction house Spink, poses with nunchaku and a jumpsuit, both used by the late kungfu superstar Bruce Lee in his last movie “Game of Death”, as part of the Bruce Lee 40th anniversary collection, at a news conference …

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