The Martin D-35 fetched over $1 million in a massive Christie’s auction.
The gray strands date back to the 1820s.
The 1990-era plate features a handwritten setlist and a “distinct pizza stain.”
The garment is expected to fetch more than $50,000 when bidding opens up.
Including his classic Black Strat, used to record Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall.
The 2006 parody saw Banksy and Danger Mouse remix album tracks and reinterpret the album’s artwork.
The auction starts on December 11th, and also features a number of other pieces of rock memorabilia.
A 16-year-old David Jones sang lead on the demo for his band The Konrads.
Producer Chris Moon is selling his ownership stake in “Soft and Wet”.
The auction, hosted by Sean Penn, benefited Haiti relief efforts.
Bidding starts at $1, but an undisclosed reserve price must be met to trigger a sale.
The sauce was sitting in the back of a car for more than 20 years.