People can bid on some amazing items that Elton John has found in his beautiful Atlanta home and get some of the Rocket Man’s most famous souvenirs.

This month, at Christie’s in New York, a sale called “The Collection of Sir Elton John: Goodbye Peachtree Road” will take place. The singer’s things will be sold from the condo he bought in Georgia in 1992.

If someone bids on a diamond necklace that says “The Bitch Is Back,” it could fetch up to $40,000. On the other hand, they could win $10,000 for a pair of performance-worn silver platform boots with his letters on them.

Elton’s beautiful grand piano is also going up for auction. It’s likely to fetch between $30k and $50k, and we’re thinking that it has a lot of history.

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More of his fancy clothes, photos, a one-of-a-kind 18K gold watch, a painting of Elon by Julian Schnabel (which could fetch up to $300,000), and other works of art are also being sold.

The auction starts next month, and the show will be open to the public at Christie’s in New York City all through February. If you’re a huge fan who wants some of this stuff, start saving now.

But if you’re broke, we don’t think you’ll be able to get any of this for a very long time.


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