The Inflatable Pig That Featured On The Cover Of Pink Floyd's Iconic 1977 Album Animals Is Up For Sale.
Executives at Air Artists, the firm behind the floating porky, are selling off the blow-up pig as part of a rock memorabilia sale, which will also feature items created for the Rolling Stones, Iron Maiden and AC DC.
Inflatables artist Rob Harries, who designed many of the larger-than-life props, tells the BBC, "I'm sad to see them go but they very rarely see the light of day... The clear-out has been quite cathartic and brought back a lot of memories."
The Pink Floyd pig, which was photographed flying above the London skyline, comes with quite the backstory - it grounded flights from Heathrow Airport after breaking free and ended up coming down in a field on the outskirts of the capital.
The inflatable flew again in 2011 as part of a stunt planned to publicise a run the band's remastered albums.
The pig will be sold at an upcoming Durrants auction in the U.K.