The 58th Grammy Awards have come and gone but the Grammy Foundation‘s auctions have plenty of time remaining on eBay with autographs and memorabilia from some of music’s biggest names of today available — and some big names from the past, too.
Among the more than 100 auctions is the ensemble you see above. It’s the priciest piece of memorabilia as the bidding stands now — three original copies of books self-published by rock icon Jim Morrison, the lead singer of The Doors.
An American Prayer, The Lords: Notes on Vision and The New Creatures were printed in 1969 and 1970 and just 100 copies of Lords and Creatures were made. Just 500 copies of Prayer exist. The copies belonged to a friend of Morrison and are being sold in one lot. Its opening bid is $5,000. (Update: The books sold for $17,755 after 55 bids.)
The most-expensive item so far is a pair of tickets to next year’s Grammys and the after-party. Keep reading for the basics on a few more Grammy auctions.
Hollywood Vampires autographed Gibson Les Paul Electric Guitar signed by Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, Joe Perry, Tommy Henriksen, Duff McKagan, Matt Sorum and Bruce Witkin.
Paul McCartney autographed Rolling Stone cover.
Jay-Z autographed and framed Rolling Stone cover
Bruce Springsteen autographed and framed Cover Me record
Darryl “DMC” McDaniels autographed Skullcandy headphones
Bob Dylan autographed Forever Young book
Stevie Wonder autographed and framed In Square Circle vinyl
Zac Brown autographed and framed Jekyll + Hyde vinyl
Sam Hunt autographed Shure microphone
Chris Stapleton autographed Traveller vinyl
Justin Bieber autographed Purpose vinyl
Click here to see all of the auctions from the Grammy Foundation and the MusicCares Foundation.
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