Personal belongings of the late frontman Keith Flint will be going up for auction. The sale of these items is scheduled for November 7th at Cheffins Fine Art auction house in Cambridge, 6:00 PM local time.
Among the lots to be auctioned are personal belongings such as jewelry, furniture, and motorcycle apparel. The auction will also feature The Prodigy memorabilia including gold and silver records that were awarded to the band for their debut album, Experience.
Given the rarity of many of the items up for auction, Cheffins Fine Art, who are representing Flint's estate, commented that they had not yet reached a valuation on many of Flint's belongings.
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Cheffins Fine Art's director Martin Millard commented, "Valuing items with such provenance is almost impossible, and therefore we will not be publishing any pre-sale estimates, but expect there to be lots to cater to most budgets.”
Viewings of the available 170 lots will begin on November 3rd, with viewings each day until the sale begins on November 7th. For more information on viewing times each day, visit Cheffins Fine Art online.