Elton John auction to feature singer's '70s platform boots, piano and more

The 'Rocket Man' singer's artwork, costumes will also be listed in $10M auction

Christie's auction house will soon host a sale of $10 million worth of Elton John's items. 

The auction is set to start Wednesday, and Christie's is currently hosting a free exhibit in its New York City location until eight sessions of auctioning begin.

The items were collected from John's former Atlanta penthouse, which he listed for sale last fall for nearly $5 million. The property sold weeks later for more than $7 million, The Wall Street Journal reported in November.

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"Over the years, Elton John assembled a distinctive collection of works of art, objects and memorabilia, many of them crafted specifically for his home on Peachtree Road," Christie's wrote in a press release.

Elton John sits at a piano during his concert at Dodger stadium

Elton John performs during his farewell tour at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles in 2022. One of the singer's Yamaha grand pianos may sell for as high as $50,000 at auction. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images / Getty Images)

"Fans will discover an in-depth look at Elton John’s deep passion for photographs, which he began collecting avidly in the 1990s."

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Split image of Elton John's boots and outfit

Christie's is selling Elton John's 1971 boots, which are estimated to go for $5,000 to $10,000, while his "Captain Fantastic" suit is expected to sell for $10,000. (CHRISTIE'S IMAGES LTD. 2024 / Fox News)

The priciest lot is artwork created by Banksy, which is estimated to sell for a minimum of $1 million. The highest estimate for the piece is $1.5 million.

Two paintings by Keith Haring are projected to sell for between $200,000 and $500,000 each, Christie's says.

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Split image of Elton John's sunglasses and outfit

A 1971 suit worn by Elton John and his 1975 sunglasses are also included in the auction. (CHRISTIE'S IMAGES LTD. 2024 / Fox News)

A pair of platform boots made of silver leather dating to 1971 are estimated to sell between $5,000 and $10,000. 

The "Your Song" singer-songwriter is also auctioning off a Yamaha grand piano, which may sell for as high as $50,000.

"This extraordinary collection not only showcases a diverse array of remarkable objects that encapsulate Elton's unique life, work, and art but also provides our clients with a glimpse into the profound impact that the city of Atlanta had on him," Christie’s Americas Deputy Chairman Tash Perrin said in a press release.

Display of Elton John's clothes for auction

As part of the auction, Christie's is selling six of Elton John's Gianni Versace silk shirts from 1993. (CHRISTIE'S IMAGES LTD. 2024 / Fox News)

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"We take immense pride in presenting this multi-category sale, featuring a refined assortment of photographs, artworks, fashion and costumes — a testament to a man's eclectic vision, artistry and impeccable taste," Perrin added.

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Fox News Digital's Bradford Betz contributed to this report.

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