Items once belonging to Elvis Presley, Prince, Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney are up for bids through Southern California's GWS Auctions.
- The contract to purchase Graceland, signed by Elvis, Vernon and Gladys Presley (and authenticated) is now at $2,000.
- A pair of gold watches given as gifts by the King of Rock and Roll each have $1,000 minimum bid.
- A framed gold record for the number-one hit "Suspicious Minds," given to Colonel Tom Parker, has a current bid of $500.
- A pair of Gianni Versace sunglasses and a pair of gold rings owned by Prince start at $250 each.
- Michael Jackson's aviator sunglasses has a minimum bid set at $500.
- The white fedora (hat) Jackson wore during performances of "Smooth Criminal" carries a $500 minimum.
- A Fender guitar signed by Paul McCartney has a minimum bid of $500.
- The contract signed in 1969 by Bob Seger to appear on the syndicated rock and roll TV series Upbeat starts at $50.
There are also items autographed by William Shatner, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Charles Manson. The bidding continues through May 11th.