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Hugh Hefner was an American businessman, magazine publisher and most famously popularized the term playboy. Hefner began his career as a copywriter with Esquire and may have stayed there had they conceded to his demands for a $5 raise. Since they didn’t, Hefner decided to mortgage everything he had in his life, relationships, property and all, to start his own magazine called Playboy. The first issue featured Marilyn Monroe from her own 1949 nude calendar shoot and sold over 75,000 copies.
Hugh Hefner not only built up a successful magazine and empire with Playboy, but he engineered an entire lifestyle around the ideals of his magazine. During Hefner’s run, the best parties in the world were hosted at his Playboy mansion with the beautiful women that appeared in his magazines, the Playboy bunnies, always seen around the mansion. There was always a few of the Playboy bunnies on Hefner’s arms as he created the persona of the Playboy, which is a wealthy man living a lavish lifestyle with beautiful women.
Many men idolized Hugh Hefner for the lifestyle that he lived and the magazine that he produced. There are few magazines and brands with more name recognition than Playboy. While he was most known for his magazine and lifestyle, Hefner also did a lot of great work as a philanthropist. Fans of Hugh Hefner can now get rare autographed memorabilia from the magazine mogul. All of our unique autographed collectibles come 100% guaranteed authentic and will increase in value over time.
Collecting Hugh Hefner Memorabilia