Anyone with a taste for soul music and a few dollars to spare can snap up one of James Brown's mementos when Christie's auction house puts hundreds of the late "Godfather of Soul's" personal effects up for sale next month.
Among the attractions that go on the block on July 17: a leather belt with a red-and-silver rhinestone buckle reading "Sex Machine" (estimated value: $2,000-$3,000), a Hammond B-3 electric organ ($15,000-$20,000), sunglasses, rollers, picks, hair products, bow ties and a dome hair dryer from the salon in the late music legend's home.
Just a roller would do for me. Ok, maybe a hairpick.
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