Do you covet the guitar George Harrison played when recording the Beatles hit "I Want To Hold Your Hand" at the iconic Abbey Roads Studios? How about Lady Gaga's Rolls Royce Corniche III?
Items owned by music legends are available to the highest bidder -- whether online or in person at the Hard Rock Cafe in Manhattan -- this Saturday from Julien's Auctions.
The guitar, a rare 1962 Rickenbacker played by both Harrison and John Lennon, is the highlight of the auction, which commemorates the 50th anniversary of the band's first American television performance on "The Ed Sullivan Show." It is expected to fetch between $400,000 and $600,000.
Guitar's provenance: Illinois
According to the auction house, Harrison purchased the guitar in 1963 at Fenton's Music store in Mt. Vernon, Illinois, while on a trip to visit his sister.
The guitar was played in several stage and television performances, including the band's premiere television appearance in October 1963 on the show "Ready Steady Go!"
Other items rounding out the auction sale include several pieces of jewelry from Elvis Presley's private stash, one of the legendary jumpsuits he favored later in his life and some clothing and signed memorabilia owned by Michael Jackson.
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