Enthusiastic poker fans from around the world will soon have the chance to bid on a piece of memorabilia that could be entirely unique to most collections.
A highly-prized World Series of Poker (WSOP) gold bracelet is going under the hammer at an auction being held by the Internal Revenue Service of the US, reports Poker Network.
Several items belonging to Jerry Yang, who won the 2007 WSOP Main Event, appear to be up for grabs as part of an upcoming sale.
There will also be a chance to snap up a Corum bracelet and a Corum watch, both of which were won by Yang when he topped a field of 6,358 competitors.
With few gold bracelets ever made available in public sales, it marks a rare opportunity for poker fans to get their hands on one of the game's most prestigious prizes and ensure they have a little slice of history forever more.