As CNN reports, those two artifacts, along with 283 other pieces of presidential history, are currently up for grabs via RR Auction. The collection doesn’t only include the well-preserved tresses of past executives—there’s also a variety of signed documents, pictures, books, personal letters, and novelty items that span Washington’s era all the way up to Joe Biden’s.
The auction’s crown jewel might be a red knit sweater with an H over the left breast, mother-of-pearl buttons down the front, and a hand-stitched tag bearing the name Kennedy—a relic from John F. Kennedy's Harvard days, though it hasn’t stayed in the family this whole time. During a CBS interview with Jacqueline Kennedy in May 1964 (just six months after Kennedy’s assassination), a household staff member lent the cardigan to a chilly cameraman named Herman Lang. When Lang later tried to give it back, he was encouraged to hang onto it as a keepsake. It’s now expected to fetch $35,000 or more at auction.
Other Kennedy memorabilia include a rosary and religious medal gifted to the couple when their son, John F. Kennedy Jr., was born; a brooch that Jacqueline gave her secretary for Christmas in 1960; and a number of documents, photographs, and books. But those items are practically new compared to a 1789 letter that Thomas Jefferson wrote while trying to make travel arrangements to return to the U.S. after his years-long stint in France. It’s estimated to sell for at least $25,000.
If you’re interested in taking home anything mentioned above—or just curious about the other offerings—you can browse the whole auction here. Online bidding is open through this Thursday, February 18.