Ronnie Wood To Auction Off Rolling Stones Memorabilia

Ronnie Wood is getting ready to auction off a portion of his collection of Rolling Stones memorabilia, according to Reuters.

The rocker, who separated from his wife Jo in 2011 after supposedly cheating on her with a waitress, is now selling some of their shared possessions.

Some of the items included in the auction, which all together are worth between $300,000 and $500,000 (185,000 and 310,000), are custom-painted Fender Stratocasters, tour clothing, backstage passes, as well as portraits painted by Wood. Some of the portraits are of some of rock's greatest artists, such as Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, and Keith Richards.

The auction is scheduled for October 27 at Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills.

Darren Julien from the auction house has predicted that the sale will go "very well," and he insists that Jo and Ronnie are "still very good friends" and had "just decided it was time to simplify and sell some of their property."

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