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The Prodigy frontman Keith Flint's possessions are being sold at auction tomorrow

View a gallery of some of the personal items contained in the lot below

  • Patrick Hinton
  • 6 November 2019

Keith Flint’s possessions are being sold at auction tomorrow, November 7 at 6pm.

The sale is taking place at Cheffins in Cambridge, featuring a large collection of the late Prodigy frontman’s personal items.

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Musical items featured among the lot include presentation discs commemorating the high sales levels of The Prodigy albums and singles, DJ mixing equipment, a collection of vinyl records, vintage copies of Melody Maker magazine, and awards medal and gongs from the Grammy, MTV and NME Awards.

Other possessions on sale include original art by artists such as Romero Britto, Beth Robinson and Ken Hamazaki, a collection of 36 flat caps, 11 trilby hats and 12 Monster baseball caps, a Japanese katana, signed cycling jerseys, hunting gear, a Vivienne Westwood Anglomania Monty duffle coat, personalised number plates, and a large welded steel model ant.

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View a gallery showcasing some of the items below and check out the full listings via Cheffins’ website

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