Memorabilia from stars including Marilyn Monroe, Sir Elton John and Bono will go under the hammer on Tuesday (16Dec14).

A rhinestone encrusted bike, used by the Rocket Man during his 1974 U.S. tour, is expected to sell for around $8,000 (£5,000) at Christie's auction house in London as part of the 20/21 Pop Culture Sale.

Other items being auctioned off include a harem costume once worn by Monroe for a photoshoot for Life magazine in 1958, which is valued at around $640,000 (£400,000), and an Irish Falcon guitar previously owned by Bono, which is expected to take $240,000 (£150,000).

Other iconic lots include Roman body armour Russell Crowe wore when filming Gladiator, estimated to fetch around $19,200 (£12,000), and a black leather jacket worn by Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which is valued at $33,600 (£21,000).