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Weirdest and rarest celebrity memorabilia ever auctioned

StarsInsider Logo By Stars Insider of StarsInsider | Slide 1 of 33: Celebrity memorabilia has always fascinated the masses. The once private and personal possessions of movie stars, singers, and sports personalities suddenly becoming available at auction invariably creates a buzz, especially if items are autographed or annotated. And among some truly rare and remarkable collectibles are those that stand out simply for their unusual novelty value.Like, for example, the guitar that was involved in the breaking up of the English rock band Oasis. Artpèges announced that Noel Gallagher's 1960 Gibson ES 355, which Liam smashed at the Rock en Seine festival in Paris in 2009 on the night the band broke up, sold for US$405,000, after a starting bid of $190,000. The guitar was repaired in 2011 but remains part of a cult-music-history moment. The rare piece of music memorabilia was accompanied by an original note from Noel stating that it was his favorite guitar used for shows and recording, Hypebeast reports. Click through and take a look at some of the weirdest and rarest celebrity curios ever to go under the hammer. 

Weirdest and rarest celebrity memorabilia ever auctioned

Celebrity memorabilia has always fascinated the masses. The once private and personal possessions of movie stars, singers, and sports personalities suddenly becoming available at auction invariably creates a buzz, especially if items are autographed or annotated. And among some truly rare and remarkable collectibles are those that stand out simply for their unusual novelty value.

Like, for example, the guitar that was involved in the breaking up of the English rock band Oasis. Artpèges announced that Noel Gallagher's 1960 Gibson ES 355, which Liam smashed at the Rock en Seine festival in Paris in 2009 on the night the band broke up, sold for US$405,000, after a starting bid of $190,000. The guitar was repaired in 2011 but remains part of a cult-music-history moment. The rare piece of music memorabilia was accompanied by an original note from Noel stating that it was his favorite guitar used for shows and recording, Hypebeast reports. 

Click through and take a look at some of the weirdest and rarest celebrity curios ever to go under the hammer. 

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