Memorabilia from Prince's life and career will be up for auction on Friday. While there is no little red corvette, fans can bid on a replica of the 1981 Honda motorcycle, adorned with purple and pink love symbols, that Prince rode in the film version of "Purple Rain."
FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2016 file photo, a Prince costume and motorcycle are on display at Prince's Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minn. Julien’s Auctions announced Monday, Feb. 5, 2018 that ruffled, sparkly outfits worn by Prince and one of his famous white "Cloud" guitars are among memorabilia up for auction May 18, in New York.
A Yellow Cloud guitar used by the late pop singer Prince is displayed at the Hard Rock Cafe, Monday, May 14, 2018, in New York. The guitar is part of Julien's Auctions of Prince memorabilia to be auctioned Friday in New York.
A blue uniform hat with gold chains, worn by the late pop singer Prince on his 1992 album "My Name is Prince," is displayed at the Hard Rock Cafe, Monday, May 14, 2018, in New York. The item is part of Julien's Auctions of rock memorabilia to be auctioned, Friday in New York.
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Prince's gifted Scecter "White Cloud" guitar and other items are displayed. The items from the life and career of Prince will be up for auction in New York.
A purple long-sleeve turtleneck jumpsuit with purple glitter sequins. Both the top and pants have labels from Jose Arellanes. According to Mayte Garcia, Prince's former wife, the jumpsuit was worn by Prince during his 1997 Jam of the Year Tour.
A purple pearlescent jumpsuit with long-sleeve top and matching pants. No labels present. According to Mayte Garcia, Prince's former wife, the outfit was worn by Prince for several performances during his Jam of the Year Tour.
A group of four color Polaroid photographs and one cutout photograph of Prince from two separate photoshoots.
A pair of custom-made red satin booties with "Andre #1" label and zips with Prince's signature love symbol worn by Prince at the Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic Album Launch Party with Arista Records Founder and CEO, Clive Davis on September 16, 1999 at the Equitable Center in New York City.
A pendant designed in 14K yellow gold, suspending a detachable "LOVE" pendant topped with a round cabochon amethyst gauged at approximately 14.00cts. and terminating with nineteen pave-set full-cut round diamonds totaling approximately 1.90cts., graded G-H color and VS clarity. With a gold rope neck chain. 54 grams gross.
A 1981 Honda motorcycle in purple with pink love symbols, and pink and black diamond-patterned seats. The motorcycle was created as a tribute to Prince, and is a replica of the one that Prince rode in 1984 movie "Purple Rain"). It has 9395 miles on it and a Minnesota license plate that reads "MM88-116."
An electric blue long-sleeve turtleneck and matching pants in stretch fabric, moiré pattern, worn by Prince in his filmed Rave Un2 the Year 2000 New Year’s Eve performance at Paisley Park on December 31, 1999, while performing with Lenny Kravitz; to the MTV Video Music Awards in New York on September 9, 1999; and during a photoshoot with Steve Parke.
A black Remo tambourine with Prince's Love Symbol in gold, used by Prince while performing at the Wembley Arena in London during his 1990 Nude Tour. Accompanied by a signed letter of authenticity from a concert goer who caught the tambourine when Prince threw it into the crowd.
A pair of custom-made purple heeled booties with Prince's love symbol sign on the zipper with a label that reads "Andre #1" designed by Jose Arellanes with glitter, for Prince’s 1997 Jam of the Year tour.
A shirt with an abstract face design by Pablo Lobato who Prince commissioned to create the artwork based on his own image on the front and black worn by Prince at his 3121 Purple Ticket Contest party on May 6, 2006 (size small).
A typed, signed tribute to Prince from Patti LaBelle, reading in part, "Next to my husband, he's my favorite dance partner. Let's face it, boyfriend's just cute all around." Together with a crew pass to LaBelle's Still Fierce at 50 Tour. Prince requested various musicians whom he admired to write tributes to include in tour programs. Acquired from the estate of Paul Pudlitzke, general manager of Prince's Glam Slam nightclubs.
A handwritten letter on a single sheet of paper in purple pen from Prince to Mayte Garcia. The letter thanks her for her dancing tape and apologizes that she did not get the part in his music video because the director Lisa thought that she was "2 pretty 4 the part" and picked a "tall and strange-looking [girl] with short hair." The letter was likely written in 1989.
A single lined paper with handwritten lyrics by Prince in black pen and marker to his unreleased song from 1984 "Miss Understood." The song is titled on the top "'Miss Understood' by Susannah," in reference to Susannah Melvoin, who sang lead vocals for the song and was engaged to Prince, but a piece of white tape partially covers the title. The sheet contains lots of changes, additional annotations, and is marked "chorus" and "refrain." Accompanied by a signed letter of authenticity from Gwen Leeds, Prince's assistant tour manager.