Madonna and Jimi Hendrix items are expected to fetch thousands
Jimi Hendrix's first recording contract and erotic audio tapes sent by Madonna to her former bodyguard have gone on sale in an online memorabilia auction.
Hendrix's contract, which the musician had signed, is expected to fetch up to $250,000 (£151,287).
The tapes, recorded by Madonna in 1992 and 1993, have been estimated to sell for up to $40,000 (£24,205).
Items once belonging to John Lennon and Elvis Presley are also lots in the auction, which runs until 5 August.
The two Madonna cassette tapes each hold 17 minutes of material.
The messages recorded by the singer were left for James Albright, the bodyguard who eventually became her lover.
An intimate home video featuring Madonna, which she also sent him, has an estimated value of up to $14,000 (£8,461).
A life-size prop of Schwarzenegger's terminator is among the lots
The Gotta Have It! auction house, based in New York, described the video as "very personal and intimate", but refused to say exactly what was on it.
A life-size prop of Arnold Schwarzenegger's T-800 terminator, which was used in various action sequences in the film Terminator 2: Judgment Day, is also up for sale.
It is expected to fetch between $150,000 (£90,644) to $200,000 (£120,871).
Among the other lots in the auction are Bob Dylan's original 1962 working lyrics for his song A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall, jackets worn by Lennon and jewellery once owned by Presley.