These vintage Martin's Margins specs, found in a landfill in New Zealand, date back to 1756.
The lyrics to the classic Beatles song sold for nearly a million dollars during an auction.
The auction donated all proceeds to the MusiCares Foundation, a non-profit that helps musicians in times of financial, personal and medical crisis.
BTS, Aerosmith and several big-name stars are donating autographed tour items for an online charity event to take place Friday, January 24.
A Rolls-Royce belt buckle worn by the King is for sale, along with a gold-and-diamond wristwatch valued at nearly $500,000.
Elizabeth Taylor's 1960 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II, dubbed "The Green Goddess", will be up for auction in August.
Sophie A. Nelson called the incident "the most ridiculous thing I've seen the Republican party do in a really long time."
The controversial auction is set for Saturday.
"They're very collectible and it is strictly historical," said auctioneer Dawn Miller.
The Lion Emerald will be placed for sale later this month.
Manuscript will be auctioned in New York in December and is expected to sell for up to $1.5m
"We didn't like the vase too much, and my grandparents didn't like it either," the owner said.
The one-page document pre-dated Apple by three years and was initially valued at $50,000.
The rare one-page document dates back to 1973, three years before the launch of Apple.
"The painting is not very inspired—high school students have doodled better artworks during trig class."
The rare letter discusses topics only known in one other letter from the famous biologist.
The proposal, he said, would be a more humanitarian option for the European Union.
It could be yours for about the price of a small apartment in Brooklyn.
A shocking investigation has revealed how men are sold for manual labor in the North African country.
A previous drawing by Trump sold in July for more than $29,000.
An old copy of Newsweek with the autograph of Steve Jobs on its cover will soon be up for auction and consignor Diane Williams is hoping for big money.
In a handwritten letter from prison, the rapper explained why he had to break things off with the "Material Girl."
"From your native country one cannot expect—in the foreseeable time—a more reasonable political attitude," he wrote of the U.S.