Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher’s ‘Silver Sparkle’ guitar is set to sell for up to £500,000 in auction and handwritten lyrics of Wonderwall could go for £6,000  

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Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher’s custom ‘Silver Sparkle’ guitar is set to sell for up to half a million pounds at Friday’s memorabilia auction.

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The Gibson Les Paul Florentine Guitar is one of many iconic pieces of music history to go up for sale at the Propstore Entertainment auction in London from 3 to 6 November.

Noel described the guitar as ‘the best in the world’ and it was used extensively during 1997 and 1998 for recordings and live performances.

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Iconic: Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher’s custom ‘Silver Sparkle’ guitar is set to sell for half a million pounds at Friday’s Propstore memorabilia auction.

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It is one of his primary guitars from the Oasis era and is believed to be ‘the most widely used and documented Noel Gallagher guitar outside of his personal collection’. It also comes with a white ‘Oasis’ stencil on the protective case.

The lyrics to her hit ballad Wonderwall, written by 55-year-old Noel, are also up for grabs, which could set the lucky bidder back around £6,000.

The 1995 song is likely to be the most popular of the other handwritten pieces sold by Manchester rock bands.

It includes Champagne Supernova, the final track from the band’s second album (What the Story) Morning Glory.

Legendary: The lyrics to his hit ballad Wonderwall, written by 55-year-old Noel, are also up for grabs, which could set the lucky bidder back by around £6,000.

Legendary: The lyrics to his hit ballad Wonderwall, written by 55-year-old Noel, are also up for grabs, which could set the lucky bidder back by around £6,000.

Various other instruments are also available at the London auction which is going online from Friday afternoon.

One of Liam Gallagher’s iconic olive green parka coats, estimated to sell for around £15,000, during a concert in Finsbury Park, London on 29 June 2013.

There is also various cartoon imagery on the stand-out ‘Fake London Genius’ piece, Cashmere patches are sewn onto the jacket, which includes a trophy, a lion, a crown and a map of the UK.

Sparkle: This is one of his primary guitars of the Oasis era and is believed to be 'the most widely used and documented Noel Gallagher guitar outside of his personal collection'.

'The Best': Noel (pictured in September) described the guitar as 'the best in the world' and was used extensively during 1997 and 1998 for recordings and live performances.

‘The Best’: Noel described the Gibson Les Paul Florentine guitar as ‘the best in the world’ and was used extensively during 1997 and 1998 for recordings and live performances.

A tarnished metal zip fastening runs down the front of the jacket, and the hood also has a similar zip that runs down its center.

Rehearsal notes used by Oasis guitarists to remember the words of their 1995 hit are part of a music and film auction starting this afternoon.

Other bits of the entertainment industry that are up for grabs are the Bedford ice cream vans used by Britpop band Blur on their Magic Whip Tour in 2015.

Elvis Presley’s 1970 license for a Colt revolver and a Beretta automatic pistol are likely to be the most popular.

Frontman: One of Liam Gallagher's iconic olive green parka coats (pictured display) during a concert in Finsbury Park, London on 29 June 2013, estimated to sell for around £15,000

Frontman: One of Liam Gallagher’s iconic olive green parka coats (pictured display) during a concert in Finsbury Park, London on 29 June 2013, estimated to sell for around £15,000

To Catch: There's also various cartoon imagery on the stand-out 'Fake London Genius' piece, with cashmere patches sewn onto the jacket, which includes a trophy, a lion, a crown and a map of the UK.

To Catch: There’s also various cartoon imagery on the stand-out ‘Fake London Genius’ piece, with cashmere patches sewn onto the jacket, which includes a trophy, a lion, a crown and a map of the UK.

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