Grunge rock star Kurt Cobain carried a gold Visa credit card. On the back is his signature in blue ink. It expired nearly a year before his death in 1994. But according to the Cobain Case site, "One of Kurt’s credit cards was missing when his body was discovered. Someone was attempting to use the missing credit card after Cobain died, but the attempts stopped when his body was discovered." Twenty years later, the card is being sold as a collector's item. It's drawing bids of more than $16,000 according to online auctioneer Paddle8.
Also for sale in the “Legendary: Memorabilia From Rock Gods and Pop Stars” collection is Frank Sinatra’s 1944 driver’s license and a check signed by The Doors’ lead man Jim Morrison. Auction ends February 26 at 5pm ET.
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