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NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 12: A man places a bid on an art piece during a post-war and contemporary art sale, which includes a collection owned by Richard Fuld, Jr., formerly Chairman and CEO of the bankrupt investment bank Lehman Brothers, and his wife Kathy Fuld, at Christie's auction house November 12, 2008 in New York City. Fuld's collection is expected to bring in about $20 million. (Photo by Ramin Talaie/Getty Images)

A collection of memorabilia from the late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, including his Blockbuster Video card from Los Angeles, is going up for auction next month.

Julien’s Live will feature the Cobain items as part of its “Icon And Idols — Rock ‘N’ Roll Auction” taking place at 2 p.m. EST on November 4. Also included in the lot are items from the Grammy and MTV Video Music Awards (the trophy for “Smells Like Teen Spirit” is predicted to fetch up to $70,000), some of Cobain’s original artwork, court documents, music shop receipts, personal correspondence and more.

An unused concert ticket to see Nirvana in Dublin on April 8, 1994 has a starting bid of $50. Of course that concert never happened as Kurt took his life three days earlier.

A full list of the items and details about the auction can be found at


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