The popular auction house, GottaHaveRockandRoll, is launching a new Pop Auction on Wednesday, and two rare and exclusive items with a Musk-themed focus are up for grabs. It’s the perfect chance for fans to bid on a slice of the genius entrepreneur’s past and own a piece of his legacy.

According to TMZ, a spokesperson for the auction house revealed that one of the collectibles is the original business card for Musk’s first-ever company, Zip2. In 1995, together with his brother Kimbal and Greg Kouri, Musk founded the company which provided city guide software to newspapers. The rare business card is expected to fetch upwards of $20,000, a small price to pay for a piece of tech history.

The second piece of history on offer is a signed dollar bill, which Musk himself personally signed with the phrase “To the moon.” As an enthusiastic supporter of space exploration and space travel, the phrase is particularly significant and has been used on various occasions to promote crypto such as Dogecoin.

It is an ironic nod to the famous phrase “To the moon” used in reference to the growth of cryptocurrencies. The unique signed dollar bill is also expected to sell for a similar amount, over $20,000.

With the auction already underway and set to conclude on April 14, those who are truly devoted to all things Elon Musk must act quickly. For die-hard fans, owning these two exceptional items would be the ultimate addition to their collection, and a symbol of their admiration for one of the most influential entrepreneurs of our time. Keep checking back at Thirsty For News for more.

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