He is one of the markets' best investments, and that's just for a signature - whereas collectors have a chance to acquire something even more impressive at Berkshire, UK, auctioneer Cameo's sale next Tuesday (August 3).
Hendrix's jacket, purchased in London's Carnaby Street circa 1967-68
Auctioning alongside an original charcoal and ink sketch by the folk legend Bob Dylan is a personal green velvet jacket, worn by the guitarist in his '60s heyday.
According to Cameo, Hendrix bought the jacket from Sixth Sense, Carnaby Street, London - the legendary Swinging Sixties district that the rock guitarist famously frequented during the era. It was apparently never used onstage, but worn by Hendrix while in London around 1967-68.
The jacket also has remarkable provenance to match its £5,000-8,000 ($7,800-12,500) price tag. It was exhibited as part of the Jimi Hendrix Exhibition held at The Hard Rock Cafe, New York, for a three years in the early 1990s.
What's more, it will sold at Cameo with a supporting letter of providence from the Jimi Hendrix Experience's legendary bass guitarist, Noel Redding.
Watch this space for more news on the sale.
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