The Prodigy's late frontman Keith Flint’s personal possessions will go on sale at a Cambridge auction on November 7 to settle the outstanding debts of his estate.

The rave icon was found dead at his Es home aged 49, on March 4 this year. Hundreds of fans flocked to his funeral in Braintree, Es, later that month.

Along with the rest of the award-winning Prodigy crew, Keith found fame in the 90s by presenting a revolutionary take on electronic dance music; fusing punk rock and rave culture with massive hits such as 'Firestarter'.

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His belongings will be divided in to 170 lots, available to purchase directly from the auctioneers at Cheffins, Cambridge on November 7 at 6pm.

The sale features music awards acknowledging the Prodigy’s worldwide success, a collection of music recordings, studio reels and artwork from solo side projects Flint and Clever Brains Fryin', and the cone septum nose piercing that became a memorable part of his image.

Much more of his personal clothing and jewellery, including his motorcycle leathers and helmets will be available with signatures and dedications, starting from £15.

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Speaking on the auction; Martin Millard, Cheffins Fine Art auctioneers Director, said: "The sale is full of interesting items which give an insight into Keith's personal life and highlight the difference between his stage persona and his private life.”

Several pre-sale viewings will be available to attend from November 3.

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The Prodigy paid tribute to Keith Flint on what would have been his 50th birthday last month.


Harry Franklin is a freelance writer, follow him on Twitter

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