Two Grammy Award trophies won by the Beatles and singer Sir Paul McCartney are to be auctioned in California.
The Beatles won a Grammy for A Hard Day's Night
The Beatles picked up the award for A Hard Day's Night, while Sir Paul's was for the Wings' track Band on the Run.
The Fab Four's award is estimated to fetch up to $60,000 (£32,760), and Sir Paul's about half that sum.
They form part of a memorabilia sale taking place in Monterey on Saturday, which also includes the Golden Globe won for the 1959 film Ben Hur.
The Golden Globe has been given an estimate of $9,000 (£4,910)
A pair of sunglasses worn by John Lennon will also go under the hammer.
A shirt worn by Tom Cruise in the military thriller A Few Good Men will be available for sale at the auction, along with a costume worn by Mike Myers in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.
A pair of boxing gloves donned by Sylvester Stallone in Rocky are expected to fetch up to $3,000 (£1,636).