Raymond Boyd/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesYou can own a piece of Motown history, if you’ve got the cash.
The contents of Motown Records founder Berry Gordy‘s Detroit mansion — known as “The Motown Mansion” — are going up for auction, beginning on Thursday and running through Saturday, according to Rolling Stone.
Noteworthy items on the block include a vintage 1968 Diana Ross & the Supremes concert program, as well as a 1927 Steinway & Sons grand piano — played by the likes of Smokey Robinson. Starting bids will range from $50-$10,000.
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