Estate attorney Mayer Morganroth says 17 disputed paintings also will be auctioned Friday night, even though the museum has refused to surrender them. One was made in Kevorkian‘s own blood.
Images of the paintings will be displayed instead.
The Armenian Library and Museum of America says the paintings were donated by Kevorkian and they‘ll stay put until the dispute is resolved.
The estate has estimated their value at up to $3.5 million.
Both sides have filed lawsuits.
The assisted-suicide advocate died in June at 83. He left his property to his sole heir, niece Ava Janus of Troy, Mich.