Lady Gaga Super Bowl 2017 Stage Worn Costume, Michael Jackson Worn Gold Surgical Mask with His Make-Up On It, Tupac Shakur Handwritten and Signed Controversial “Makaveli” Liner Notes, Justin Bieber “One Less Lonely Girl” Video-Used Scissors & Comb Used for His Iconic Sweep Hairstyle are up for auction. Legendary New York City auction house, Gotta Have Rock and Roll, owned by Ed Kosinski and Pete Siegel, will be hosting this highly-anticipated online auction on GottaHaveRockandRoll.com from April 11th – April 20th of over 1,000 lots, featuring many unique celebrity items including Jean-Michel Basquiat Original Indian Head Painting Circa 1984, The Farley Granger Collection Including Love Letters Written by Montgomery Clift, and much, much more!
Brooklyn-based celebrity chauffer, Ronny Sunshine, dug through garbage to obtain original paintings from Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring.
GottaHaveRockandRoll.com, is an online auction site devoted to rock and roll and pop art, was launched in 2008. Since its launch they broke the world record for the highest priced Elvis Presley item ever to be sold at auction, his famed Peacock Jumpsuit! The sale of this jumpsuit is to be included in the new edition of Guinness World Records. Another highlight of that auction was John Lennon’s Talisman necklace; the very same necklace worn by Lennon in the infamous nude cover photograph for John & Yoko’s “Two Virgins” album in 1968 and worn by Lennon constantly in ’67 and ’68. This necklace was sold for $528,000! Following on the heels of this auction was the Rock and Roll Photography Auction that featured over 250 original, many never-before-seen, rock and roll photographs. Subsequent auctions include the Rock & Roll auctions of 2009 and 2010 as well as a huge rock concert poster auction featuring posters from all over the world! Their auctions, have featured Princess Diana’s worn dresses from the famed 1997 Christie’s sale, Bruce Springsteen’s first car, Michael Jackson’s stage worn crystal glove and Japan MTV Award, and much, much more!