A black and white motorcycle jacket worn by Prince in "Purple Rain" will go up for auction June 29 via Profiles in History, with bidding opening between $6,000 and $8,000.
The cone puppet used by Prince in his landmark film "Purple Rain" -- OK, one just like it at least, sold on the Purple Rain tour -- can be yours for a mere $1,495. Plus $14 shipping.
A pair of bejeweled handcuffs worn by the Purple One onstage during the performance of "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" fetched $12,500 at an auction held by Nate D. Sanders in March.
At the same auction, a diamond and amethyst Love Symbol pin worn by Prince took in $12,500.
Played at San Francisco's Cow Palace during the Purple Rain tour, this tambourine commanded $590 on eBay this week.
Also offered up at the Nate D. Sanders auction: A plate from Prince's wedding, which took in $1,875.
Couldn't make it to Prince's final concert in Atlanta on April 14? This ticket stub from the show, as well as a CD that was given away after the gig will put you there -- kind of -- with a current bid of just under $800.
A check written to Prince in 1977 that bears his endorsement signature went for $3,326 at the March auction -- even though the original check was only written out for $100.
Prince is probably the only person in the world who could have pulled off wearing this scarf. But somebody paid $1,250 for it during the Sanders auction anyway.