(LONDON) — A variety of items that belonged to the late George Harrison will be up for bid as part of a memorabilia sale that will be hosted by Bonhams auctioneers on Dec. in London.
Among the many collectibles going on the block will be the black leather jacket that the Beatles guitarist wore frequently during the band’s early years performing in Liverpool, England, and Hamburg, Germany.
The jacket, which Harrison is seen wearing in many of the famous promo pics of The Beatles taken by Astrid Kirchherr, is estimated to sell for between $140,000 and $190,000. A pair of George’s black “Beatle” boots from 1964, meanwhile, is expected to bring in up to $24,000. Other Harrison-related items being auctioned include an orange Nudie’s of Hollywood shirt he sported at his famous 1971 Concert for Bangladesh benefit, as well as various albums, ticket stubs, photos, posters signed by the rocker and his Beatles band mates.
The auction also will offer an acoustic guitar played by the pre-Beatles group The Quarrymen along with a letter typewritten by Paul McCartney. That lot is expected to sell for as much as $40,000. Other memorabilia up for bid include collectibles from, or relating to, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, Elton John, Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, Queen and U2.
To see a complete list of items being sold, visit Bonhams.com.
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