Some of the personal possessions belonging to the late Prodigy frontman Keith Flint are set to be sold at auction.
The singer of iconic dance act was confirmed as dead at the age of 49 after being found at his Essex home. An inquest, which was looking into Flint’s tragic death, initially confirmed his suicide and declared his passing as “not suspicious”.
Flint’s legacy has been felt far and wide and, given his immense popularity within the music industry, the singer was the subject of numerous different tributes—most notably when former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher dedicated his rendition of ‘Champagne Supernova’ to the Prodigy man during Glastonbury 2019.
Now, just seven months after he passed away, it has been revealed that a huge collection of Flint’s personal items will be sold at an auction held by Cheffins in Cambridge on Thursday 7 November at 6pm.
With around 170 items up for sale, which includes a series of intimate photographs, Flint’s MTV Awards, a huge collection of shoes and jewellery, gold and platinum albums and a wide array of obscure and eccentric furniture, fans of the musician will be able to get their hands on something special.
See a selection of the items, below.