Strange Signed Kurt Cobain Memorabilia For Sale


Kurt Cobain’s signed home insurance policy is now for sale.

The document, which features Cobain’s full signature — Kurt D. Cobain — as opposed the usual “Kurt” he would sign for fans, is being handled by Goldin Auctions.

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The Chase Bank insurance company letter is dated 74 days before Cobain killed himself in the Seattle house on April 8th, 1994.


According to a TMZ report: “The auction lot is expected to fetch over $100k USD — also includes original photos of what the house looked like before portions of the house burned down in a fire.”

Goldin Auctions is expected to give a portion of the proceeds to a “suicide prevention organization.”

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In June, the 1959 Martin D-18E guitar that Kurt Cobain played on Nirvana‘s iconic 1993 MTV Unplugged performance in set a Guinness World Record as the most expensive guitar sold at auction for a whopping $6,010,000 USD.

The guitar was previously owned by Cobain’s daughter Frances Bean Cobain, who lost it in a divorce settlement with her ex-husband Isaiah Silva in 2018.