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Keith Flint's personal possessions set for auction

Keith Flint
(Image credit: Kevin Nixon)

The possessions of late Prodigy frontman Keith Flint are being auctioned this week. 

Personal effects taken from the singer's home, including furniture, art and more, have been collected by fine art auction house Cheffins, who will be selling the items from their base in Cambridge on November 7 at 6pm GMT.

There are over 170 lots listed, which Cheffins state "reflect Keith’s personal taste in art and fashion as well as his interests in music and beyond." 

Among the items for sale are pieces of body jewellery, including Flint's iconic double-spike septum piercing; his record collection, which includes records by Sex Pistols, Led Zeppelin and Nirvana; a range of his personalised number plates, all of which are still valid; clothes, including a large range of BAPE gear; furniture from his home, including a three-seater sofa and a decidedly dangerous looking bed; gold discs; artwork; a collection of backstage passes; racing gear; awards and much, much more.

Viewings of the lots are taking place today until 7pm GMT, and on the day of sale (November 7) from 9am. Admission to the auction is by purchase of a catalogue only, which will set you back £15 and you can get direct from the auctioneers.

You can find images of a few of the auction lots below, otherwise, head to the official auction listing (opens in new tab) for the full range and more details on every item to be sold.

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