The Three Stooges star Moe Howard is seen in the late 1930s.

The Three Stooges star Moe Howard is seen in the late 1930s. Credit: Everett Collection

Three Stooges fans can buy themselves a piece of the legendary comedy team as more than a dozen items from Moe and Curly, though not Larry, are now at auction online.

Nate D. Sanders Auctions, of Los Angeles, announced Monday that among the items from the estate of Moe Howard and son-in-law Norman Maurer are Howard and Helen B. Schonburger's ketubah, or Jewish marriage certificate, for their 1925 Brooklyn wedding, as well as Howard's Actors' Equity union card circa 1939.

Additionally available are Curly Howard's 18-karat gold ring, visible in several of the team's Columbia Pictures shorts, and a 1946 real estate deed the auction house calls "perhaps [the] only extant document signed by Curly with his full birth name," Jerome L. Horowitz, "without his nickname Curly or his stage surname Howard." 

The items are on view for bidding through Thursday at 8 p.m. at natedsanders.com.

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