When Anthony Bourdain passed away in 2018, he left behind a rich legacy and a collection of personal treasures. Some of those possessions are scheduled to go up for auction beginning next month. Featuring over 200 lots, the sale will contain items ranging from artwork and books to furniture and vinyl records with highlights that include a Peter Lovig Nielsen teak desk, artwork by Hunter S. Thompson collaborator and friend of Bourdain Ralph Steadman, and the chef's own custom Bob Kramer steel and meteorite knife. The proceeds will be split between the Anthony Bourdain Legacy Scholarship at The Culinary Institute of America and the Bourdain estate. Auctions will start on October 9th and continue through October 30, 2019.