Today at 10am, collectors and hoarders alike will get the chance to bid on New York City memorabilia as upscale auction house Sotheby’s partners with lowbrow online marketplace eBay for its first ever sale on the website. The items include art, signs, and even a 9-foot tall Statue of Liberty that is estimated to fetch between $800,000 and $1,200,000. Below are some recommendations for those of you with drug money to spend. (Note: THIS IS NOT AN APRIL FOOL’S STORY.)

#26 UPDATE: Sold for $90,000
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NEW YORK METS BULLPEN CART, CIRCA 1967
Estimate $20,000 – $30,000

#32 UPDATE: Sold for $450
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WEEGEE Naked City. New York: Essential Books, 1945.
Estimate $400 – $600

#36 UPDATE: Sold for $2,400
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MASSIMO VIGNELLI & BOB NOORDA New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual. New York: Unimark International, [1966-]1970.
Estimate $5,000 – $7,000

#39 UPDATE: Sold for $10,000
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HENRY CHALFANT Subway Portfolio
Estimate $5,000 – $7,000

#40 UPDATE: Sold for $11,000
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[ANDY WARHOL] Official Lease For The Artist’s First Studio On 159 East 87th Street, Signed By The Artist. New York: 10 December 1962.
Estimate $8,000 – $12,000

#87 UPDATE: Sold for $150,000
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YANKEE STADIUM SIGN, CIRCA 1976
Estimate $300,000 – $600,000