A flurry of Jimi Hendrix signed items are going under the hammer next week including an arrest and fingerprint card for when he was caught with drugs in 1969.
Other items include a café menu, a Woodstock poster and a concert ticket - and the entire collection is expected to fetch more than $31,000.
The most expensive is the signed arrest fingerprint card for the illegal possession of narcotics suspected to be heroin and marijuana.
It is expected to fetch $15,000 when a Boston firm lists them next week.
This is the most expensive lot - a signed arrest fingerprint card from 1969 up for $15,000 for the illegal possession of narcotics suspected to be heroin and marijuana
Personalised pieces by the guitar God, born James Marshall Hendrix (pictured), will be sold by RRAuction.com next week from March 8 to 15
One of the items up for auction is this - Hendrix's criminal record from 1961 when he took a car without permission and a further charge including riding it - both from his hometown of Seattle, Washington
A photograph of the Jimi Hendrix Experience - an alternate cover for their debut album Area You Experienced - autographed by British bassist Noel Redding
The music icon was detained for three days at Toronto International Airport, Canada, but Hendrix was found not guilty and was acquitted by a jury who deliberated for eight days.
The police document details everything from his date of birth and the scar on his right eye to listing musician as his occupation.
A vintage poster from the legendary Woodstock