Two of O.J. Simpson's California driver's licenses are going up for auction later this year, a California auction house announced Thursday.
Simpson's 1995 driver's license, which was issued while he was on trial in the murder case of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman, will be auctioned off in October.
The license is dated June 8, 1995, four months before Simpson was acquitted of the 1994 double murder.
According to Terry Melia, spokesman for SCP Auctions, the sports memorabilia store received the I.D. cards from the football star's former bodyguard who wishes to stay anonymous.
Simpson's license from 2000 will also be auctioned.
"The one that was issued during the trial, in 1995, should certainly attract more bids and thus go for a higher price," Melia said in an email. He expects the 1995 I.D. to sell for $5,000 or more, and the 2000 I.D. to cap off at $1,500.
Simpson was granted parole on July 20 after serving nearly nine years of a 33-year sentence for a 2008 armed robbery.
Both licenses have since expired, and will be open for bidding on October 4.
"Now that Simpson was just granted parole, he will be released in early October, which is precisely when our online auction begins," Melia said in an email.
In its last online auction, which closed on June 11, SCP Auctions sold one of Simpson's Buffalo Bills jerseys for $5,316, Melia said.