An unflattering print of Kate Middleton is to be auctioned in a charity sale on Ebay which closes May 27.
The piece, entitled God Save the Future Queen, has been produced and signed by British artist Zoobs (real name Zoran Zarre) in an attempt to raise money for the disability charity, Phab. The auction is being backed by Air New Zealand to celebrate the 30th anniversary of its LA to London route.
The print, which was created before Middleton became the Duchess of Cambridge, draws influence from the Sex Pistols' God Save the Queen album cover. Prior to Kate Middleton's marriage to Prince William, the work was on display at the Opera Gallery in London.
"We'll be starting everything in the auction at 99p which gives everyone a fair chance to get their hands on some cool things for a fantastic cause," said Chris Myers, European general manager at Air New Zealand.
Bids for the print have already reached £360 with three days left before the sale closes.
A high-end replica of Yoda's lightsaber from Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones will also feature in the sale.
Having been signed by the man himself, George Lucas, fans of the Star Wars series are already clamouring for this unique item, with 38 bidders pushing the price to £770. Unfortunately, the lightsaber does not light up or make any of the trademark noises.
Paul Fraser Collectibles is currently offering original props from the first Star Wars film, Episode IV: A New Hope.