How would you like to own Michael Jackson’s Fedora?

Michael Jackson's fedora

HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO try on Michael Jackson’s fedora or perhaps you’d like to wear Jon Bon Jovi’s cowboy hat?

At the end of the month, Whyte’s Auctioneers in Dublin is holding a ‘Rock and Pop’ auction, putting a whole host of great memorabilia from the music greats up for grabs.

Michael Jackson material is also going to the highest bidder with his black Fedora hat up for grabs at an estimated €1,500-€2,000 or if Michael Jackson’s hat isn’t for you, what about Jon Bon Jovi’s? It’s worn and signed and selling for an estimated €200 – €300.

Michael Jackson's fedora
Michael Jackson’s fedora. Source: Whyte’s Auctioneers
Jon Bon Jovi's hat
Jon Bon Jovi’s hat. Source: Whyte’s Auctioneers

Among the big items will be an original Rory Gallagher amplifier, as well as a replica of his first Strat which is estimated value €5000-€7000. Madonna’s Live Aid jacket is also for sale at an estimated €500.

For Elvis fans, for an estimated €800, you could own a signed postcard from ‘The King’ himself. Followers of The Beatles can buy the 1963 concert collection, which is signed by all members for an estimated €1,500 to €2,000.

An electric guitar from one of the best guitarist’s in the world – Slash, formerly of Guns N’ Roses, is also for sale for €300-€500. A photo of Art Garfunkel taken at Dublin Airport with Laurie Bird is also up sale, with the starting bid of €100.

Other items include memorabilia from U2, The Cranberries, Phil Lynott, Queen and the Boomtown Rats.

If you want to check out what is up for sale Whyte’s Galleries on 28 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2 will be holding viewings on Wednesday to Friday 28-30 May, 10am-6pm daily and also Saturday 31 May, 9am to 12 noon only.

The auction will take place 31 May at 4pm.

Here some more lots you can get your hands on:

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