A grand piano played by rock and roll legend Elvis Presley is expected to fetch a stunning $1 million (£700,000) at auction.
The white Knabe piano, which was installed at the singer's Graceland home in Memphis, Tennessee is among items at a rock and roll memorabilia sale.
The auction also features one of Presley's most famous stage outfits - a gold and blue jumpsuit and cape worn by The King when he thrilled fans at New York's Madison Square Garden in 1972.
It also featured on the iconic cover of the album Elvis as Recorded at Madison Square Garden.
Presley gave the outfit to singer-songwriter Dottie Rambo as a birthday gift a year later in Las Vegas, telling her: I know your favourite colour is blue. I seldom give away a suit, but I want to do this.
Rambo treasured the gift until her death last year (08) - and it is now expected to fetch $150,000 (£100,000) in an online auction by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex in New York on Monday (16Mar09).
Dottie Rambo's daughter, Reba, says of the costume: "Every song he sang in it, every moment he wore it - it's in there.
Other items in the sale include a seventh-degree Black Belt karate card, complete with Elviss signature and fingerprints, worth around $10,000 (£7,000).