Dick Clark To Auction Memorabilia, Including 50-Year-Old Mike
October 25, 2006 at 1:18 PM (PT)
DICK CLARK is auctioning off a number of items from his personal collection of musical memorabilia, including the microphone he used beginning JULY 9, 1956 -- his first day on "AMERICAN BANDSTAND."
"It's tough to part with that one," CLARK said of the microphone, which was valued by GUERNSEY'S auction house at between $10,000 and $100,000.
Other items to be sold include a bass guitar that PAUL McCARTNEY used as a BEATLE, a beaded glove that MICHAEL JACKSON wore and the harmonica that BOB DYLAN played in "The Last Waltz."
GUERNSEY'S said it would be a no-reserve auction, with everything selling for the highest bid.