Indie label Third Man Records has announced an online auction that will include a mix of guitars, amplifiers, stage equipment, studio gear, and other music-related items, some of which were even used by Third Man founder Jack White and the White Stripes over the years. The auction will take place via Online Nashville Auctions beginning next Wednesday, August 26th, at 9 a.m. CT and continues through Sunday, August 30th, at 9 p.m. CT. A portion of proceeds raised during the auction will go to benefit the John Peel Centre, Gideon’s Army, and the Detroit Phoenix Center.

Some of the notable items going up for sale include an acoustic guitar signed by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Rockabilly Hall of Fame inductee Wanda Jackson, a guitar and shoes used and worn by Jack White in his music video for “Over and Over and Over”, stage lights originally used in Third Man Records’ “The Blue Room” venue, a crash cymbal played by Meg White during her time in the White Stripes, Jack White’s used pedalboard, speakers used by the White Stripes on tour and during rehearsals, a vintage Webster Ekotape reel-to-reel tape recorder, the entire red-and-white drum kit used by Meg White in the White Stripes’ “Hardest Button to Button” video, and more.

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A statement shared with Tuesday’s announcement reads, “Third Man Records took the opportunity presented by the necessity of social distancing to comb through the storage vaults and hidden closets at their headquarters and pulled the best of their infrequently used studio gear, furniture, and more, which they hope will be given new life at their next homes.”

Visitors must register an account to bid on any item for sale, and bids of $1,000 or more must be approved by an auction house. Click here to check out the full list of items going up for sale.