Elizabeth Taylor didn't make the cut in "The Chanukah Song," but she famously converted to Judaism in 1959, and now ... a couple mementos of her faith are hitting the auction block.
Two menorahs belonging to the iconic "Cleopatra" star will be on display for the upcoming Jewish celebration at the J Greenstein Gallery in New York ... then will go up for grabs in January.
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We're told the menorahs were originally purchased after her death at the Julien's of Hollywood estate sale when they sold her property.
The larger one is expected to fetch $15,000 - $20,000 at the auction, with the smaller one expected to go for up to $8k.
If you aren't aware ... Taylor was one of the biggest movie stars in the world when she converted, and not just because she married a Jewish man. She was reportedly very devoted to her faith for decades until she passed in 2011.
She wasn't the only celeb at the time to famously become Jewish either -- Marilyn Monroe and Sammy Davis Jr. did as well.
Jonathan Greenstein -- founder and president of J. Greenstein & Co. -- says along with Taylor's menorahs, the upcoming auction on Jan. 17 will feature items representing "over a hundred years of Jewish heritage, from 1700s Eastern Europe to Hollywood in the middle of the 20th century."