Bruce Lee's belongings for sale

Published 11:50 PM ET, Wed December 4, 2013
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Spink auction house vice chairperson, Anna Lee, presents a yellow and black jumpsuit worn by Bruce Lee and his nunchaku used during the filming of "Game of Death" in 1972. PHILIPPE LOPEZ/AFP/Getty Images
Hong Kong-American actor and martial artist, Bruce Lee poses in a fighting stance in a still from the film 'Enter The Dragon'. Hulton Archive/Getty Images
A hand-drawn sketch of a Chinese master monk drawn by Bruce Lee in 1973 goes on sale in Hong Kong on December 5. SPINK
Lee designed this pendant to mark the completion of his film, "Enter the Dragon." He died six days before the film was released and never saw the completed jewel. It features two dragons inspired by the yin-yang symbol. SPINK
Water's fluid and adaptable properties inspired Lee's martial arts philosophy. This hand-drawn illustration by the action star reads: "Motion of water / to fit, to accommodate (sic) itself to stone. Water slips out as a result of the grasping / the faster the grasp, the faster it slips." SPINK
Like many of his fighting props, Lee designed this unique whip to demonstrate that he was not affiliated with any one traditional martial arts style. The weapon appears in the famous pagoda fighting sequence in "Game of Death." SPINK
Bruce Lee in "The Way of the Dragon" with American actor, Chuck Norris. © Fortune Star Media Limited
Fans gather around a statue of Bruce Lee in Hong Kong to mark the 40th anniversary of his death on July 20, 2013. Hailed as cinema's first martial arts hero and a cinematic bridge between the cultures of East and West, Bruce Lee helped put Hong Kong on the world movie map. ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP/Getty Images
A handbill for "The Way of the Dragon", which was written, produced and directed by Bruce Lee, and is considered one of the greatest action films of all time. © Fortune Star Media Limited