NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 7: A signed program from Johnny Cash's appearance at New York's Carnegie Hall in 1962 belonging to country singing legends Johnny Cash and wife June Carter-Cash is displayed at Sotheby's, September 7, 2004 in New York City. Property from the estate of the Cashs will be exhibited at Sotheby's September 7 throught 13 and the auction will be held September 14-16. Johnny Cash died September 12, 2003 at the age of 71. (Photo by Stephen Chernin/getty Images)
San Quentin may finally do some good.
Johnny Cash sure as hell wouldn't pay $5,000 for anything to do with San Quentin but that probably won't stop his fans from dropping a few bills for a piece of history.
Along with his jumpsuit, his trust is expected to auction off some of his guitars, a harmonica, his passport, a briefcase and pages of his handwritten notes and lyrics.
A portion of the proceeds will go towards MusiCares. Visit the auction's website for a full list of items.