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Exene Cervenka's Estate Sale

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Exene Cervenka of the iconic punk band X is having a giant estate sale. According to Donnaland Estate Sales, this is a very unique estate sale, ‘filled with vintage treasures and lifelong collections of a talented artist, poet and musician with a passion for the unusual’. According to the very long list, Exene will also sell her own art as well as some punk rock and roll memorabilia, antique furniture and other household items. The list includes some original artwork, vintage jewelry, Victorian and vintage clothing, glass collection, antique furniture and furnishings, mid-century modern décor, vintage alligator bags, vintage lamps, vintage curtains, Vintage toys and dolls, 1960s posters, records, movie posters, vintage magazines and books, religious ephemera and art, punk rock memorabilia , funky Americana knick- knacks, vintage kitchenware gadgets, utensils, vintage guitars (Windsong les Paul copy, squire Stratocaster, Dean DBD-T, Yamaha keyboard PSR-170, 
Luna small girl guitar,…). If you are living near Santa Ana, any of the these things could be yours, and at the top of this, Exene will be signing items for one hour each day of sale (Thursday 13th to Sunday 16th).

Looking at all these pictures posted on the estate page, I was wondering, why is she selling all this stuff? This seems to be very personal items, even clothes she has worn… It seems she is selling her whole life right there… and lets hope it’s not for economic reasons? It’s always extremely sad when musicians and artists end up doing this. Digging a bit the story, it turns out that it’s a moving sale, Exene is downsizing her belongings and half of the proceeds will go to Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls Los Angeles, (a camp dedicated to empowering girls through music education) whereas the other half will go to her moving fund. So it is for a very good cause! Come early if you want a piece of this insane doll collection, some vintage silver belt or one of these old Creem magazines.

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